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Bush Fruits

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Australian native bush fruits are becoming globally recognised as having unique health properties and are widely sought after not only by chefs intent on producing interesting and healthy local cuisine but also international pharmaceutical and nutraceutical companies wanting an edge in fighting diseases such as cancer, diabetes and alzheimers disease

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Image #1. Bush Fruit Women at Wadeye collect Kakadu plum, or mimarral as it is known in the region. The fruit is processed at Wadeye. Althea Jabinee pick the fruit

Image #2. Bush Fruit Warddeken IPA - Arnhem Land - survey of rock art from the Contact Period - landscapes from air - Liverpool River near Havelock Falls - Keith Nadjamerrek, his son Ray and grandson Richard, with Ray's partner Eliza Nawiriddj - Keith is a traditional owner, and a Warddeken ranger - they are gathering and eating berries, bush tucker

Image #3. Bush Fruit 542096 syzygium suborbiculare - the red bush apple. fruit is eaten raw by Aboriginal people as a favoured bush tucker.

Image #4. Bush Fruit Women at Wadeye collect Kakadu plum, or mimarral as it is known in the region. The fruits is processed at Wadeye

Image #5. Bush Fruit Women at Wadeye collect Kakadu plum, or mimarral as it is known in the region. The fruits is processed at Wadeye

Image #6. Bush Fruit Warddeken IPA - Arnhem Land - survey of rock art from the Contact Period - landscapes from air - Liverpool River near Havelock Falls - flora

Image #7. Bush Fruit Bawinanga AC, Maningrida. Horticulture project -cultivation of marinda, or rotton cheesefruit for French company, Jurlique

Image #8. Bush Fruit Women at Wadeye collect Kakadu plum, or mimarral as it is known in the region. The fruit is processed at Wadeye. Althea Jabinee (right) and JoanneTchemjirr pick the fruit

Image #9. Bush Fruit Warddeken IPA - Arnhem Land - survey of rock art from the Contact Period - landscapes from air - Liverpool River near Havelock Falls - Keith Nadjamerrek, his son Ray and grandson Richard, with Ray's partner Eliza Nawiriddj - Keith is a traditional owner, and a Warddeken ranger - they are gathering and eating berries, bush tucker

Image #10. Bush Fruit Warddeken IPA - Arnhem Land - survey of rock art from the Contact Period - landscapes from air - Liverpool River near Havelock Falls - Keith Nadjamerrek, his son Ray and grandson Richard, with Ray's partner Eliza Nawiriddj - Keith is a traditional owner, and a Warddeken ranger - they are gathering and eating berries, bush tucker

Image #11. Bush Fruit Significant rock art sites from the contact period (between Europens and Aboriginal people) in western Arnhem Land in the Warddeken IPA - stone country Arnhem Land plateau - flora

Image #12. Bush Fruit Lisa Carroll and Ross Macdougald operate Native Extracts, a business in northern NSW, that extracts essential oils and active ingredients from native plants. They source their plants from indigenous communities (such as the Githabul community - Rob and Gloria Williams) and small plantation growers like Sheryl Rennie of Possum Creek Bush Foods

Image #13. Bush Fruit Lisa Carroll and Ross Macdougald operate Native Extracts, a business in northern NSW, that extracts essential oils and active ingredients from native plants. They source their plants from indigenous communities (such as the Githabul community - Rob and Gloria Williams) and small plantation growers like Sheryl Rennie of Possum Creek Bush Foods

Image #14. Bush Fruit Lisa Carroll and Ross Macdougald operate Native Extracts, a business in northern NSW, that extracts essential oils and active ingredients from native plants. They source their plants from indigenous communities (such as the Githabul community - Rob and Gloria Williams) and small plantation growers like Sheryl Rennie of Possum Creek Bush Foods

Image #15. Bush Fruit Venture North tourism on Cobourg Peninsula and through Arnhem Land. The tour takes visitors to the Garik Gunak Barlu national park, Oenpelli rock art sites at Karnbalunya and Mamukala in Kakadu NP. escarpment near Karnbarlunyah (Oenpelli) - native plums, bush tucker

Image #16. Bush Fruit Lisa Carroll and Ross Macdougald operate Native Extracts, a business in northern NSW, that extracts essential oils and active ingredients from native plants. They source their plants from indigenous communities (such as the Githabul community - Rob and Gloria Williams) and small plantation growers like Sheryl Rennie of Possum Creek Bush Foods

Image #17. Bush Fruit Aerial views of the Warddeken IPA in western Arnhem Land, following the route of explorer and surveyor David Lindsay Flora from the area and the high reaches of the Liverpool River. Aboriginal and indigenous country and economy - Cuthbertson Falls area - flora

Image #18. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes at Possum Creek bushfoods. bush tucker native food

Image #19. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes at Possum Creek bushfoods. bush tucker native food

Image #20. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #21. Bush Fruit Aerial views of the Warddeken IPA in western Arnhem Land, following the route of explorer and surveyor David Lindsay Flora from the area and the high reaches of the Liverpool River. Aboriginal and indigenous country and economy - Cuthbertson Falls area - flora

Image #22. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes at Possum Creek bushfoods. bush tucker native food

Image #23. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #24. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #25. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #26. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #27. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #28. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #29. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #30. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #31. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #32. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #33. Bush Fruit Smirnoff Black Copper Cup final - A high end bartending competition where 9 bartenders go head to head to compete for the chance to be crowned Australia’s Copper Cup Champion This comp is unique in that the bartenders never know where they are going and are forced to rely on ingenuity and inventiveness to create their drinks. F10 final will be in the Australian Bush using local ingredients. Collecting rosellas by the Stuart Highway

Image #34. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #35. Bush Fruit EcoLink program - Catherine Orm from Greening Australia conducts an audit on a property at Humpty Doo under the NT Government's EcoLink program. Catherine Orm (skirt) with Alison Worsnop (blue) owner of the property, and Diana Rickard, another Land for Wildlife property owner. White native apples

Image #36. Bush Fruit Fire workshop at Ngaliyindi in eastern Arnhem Land hosted by Gurruwiling rangers, SE Arafura rangers and traditional owners. Ngaliyindi is on the escarpment overlooking the Arafura Swamp (Gurruwiling) from the eastern side. Indigenous land management Aboriginal rangers

Image #37. Bush Fruit Smirnoff Black Copper Cup final - A high end bartending competition where 9 bartenders go head to head to compete for the chance to be crowned Australia’s Copper Cup Champion This comp is unique in that the bartenders never know where they are going and are forced to rely on ingenuity and inventiveness to create their drinks. F10 final will be in the Australian Bush using local ingredients. Collecting rosellas by the Stuart Highway

Image #38. Bush Fruit Fingerlimes are a native fruit found in northern NSW and southern Queensland. It is a bush tucker food eaten by Aboriginal people and now farmed for the gourmet food market and export.

Image #39. Bush Fruit EcoLink program - Catherine Orm from Greening Australia conducts an audit on a property at Humpty Doo under the NT Government's EcoLink program. Catherine Orm (skirt) with Alison Worsnop (blue) owner of the property, and Diana Rickard, another Land for Wildlife property owner. White native apples

Image #40. Bush Fruit Djelk female rangers Felina Campion and Sandra Richards harvest billy goat plums (also known as kakadu plums) at the end of the wet season. The native fruit is extremely high in Vitamin C and are sold to pharmaceutical companies.

 

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