Napunyah and Turpentine Bush


Honey from the Napunyah trees which grow in the outback river channels of Queensland.

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What happens when two varieties of flowers bloom at the same? The bees collect honey from both species and the honey combines in the hive. Napunyah is a eucalyptus tree which grows in the far outback regions of western Queensland in the channels of the Paroo River. The turpentine bush grows in outback Queensland and produces light yellow coloured honey. The ranges of these two flowers overlaps and when they are both in blooms the honey is a pale yellow and crystallises into a fine creamy texture. The honey is floral and sweet perfect for anything.

Apologies for low stock, being winter the honey flows have slowed down. At present the outback bush honey is the only available. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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