Australian Native Bush Foods
Experience the richness and variety of Australian native bush food and cuisine. Outback Pride
brings you a range of native herbs and spices, as well as a vibrant
selection of sauces, dressings and relishes.
This is native bush food from the heart of Australia, shared with
traditional Aboriginal communities
and now available for you to enjoy at home.
A New Year for Native Food
We are back in the office for 2016 and looking forward to a
vibrant and inspiring new year, continuing to bring native food
products to the Australian table!
online for native herbs, sauces and relishes, among other
delicious native food products. Become part of our community
on Facebook for the latest news and ideas.
For a Sustainable Table
With growing awareness of our eco footprint with food choices,
Australian native foods are a sustainable choice for your table. As
well as being innovative, with an inspiring range of species and flavours,
Outback Pride bush foods are organically grown and
As a nation of foodies, we have a uniquely vibrant food culture
right in our (out)back yard. Not only are these fruits and herbs
delicious, but they also outshine all others when it comes to
nutritional value. Why not make room on your plate for Australia's
very own superfoods?
Fresh and Frozen Native Foods have moved
Food service supply of fresh and frozen native foods now have a
new home at Outback
Pride Fresh - click
here for distributors, species lists and contact details. Mike
and Gayle Quarmby, the originators of the Outback Pride project and
brand, will continue to run Outback Pride Fresh,
supplying weekly fresh and frozen native foods to Australian
restaurants and other customers in the hospitality industry.
From early 2015, the grocery lines and dried food service - and
this website right here! - are still under the banner of Outback
Pride, and have been taken over by Cobb & Co, an exciting
development for Penola in South Australia - read more here.
Simon Bryant Cooking Demonstration
We recently enjoyed the 2015 Penola and Coonawarra Arts Festival! On the
22nd May, celebrity chef Simon Bryant (known for The Cook and the
Chef tv show) gave two demonstrations cooking with Outback Pride
native foods at Cobb & Co, Penola, South
For more highlights from the weekend, click here.