Native Plum Pine

Native Plum Pine that produces delicious fruits with a variety of uses

First Nations Cultural and Native Food Experiences

We work with First Nations knowledge holders and cultural guides to create meaningful experiences and share powerful stories. Join our next tour with proud Dharawal Knowledge Holder and Language Teacher Drew Longbottom. 

First Nations Strategy and Native Foods Consulting

Get in touch about how native foods can form an integral part of your organisation's Indigenous Strategy, Decolonisation Strategy, Reconciliation Action Plan, Corporate Social Responsibility Plan or Environment, Social, and Governance Plan. We can show you how native foods can support your company to achieve social, cultural, and environmental outcomes while boosting employee engagement and retention. Partner with us and play a meaningful role in supporting First Nations people to practice and share Culture, heal and regenerate Country, and feed and nourish Community. 

Native Foods Landscaping

Get in touch to discuss how we can create a beautiful and edible landscape for your residence or business. See our Fieldnotes here about our latest project. 

Native Foods Food Service 

Get in touch about how we can supply your business with native foods at wholesale prices. We currently supply a range of cafes such The General Cafe (Kangaroo Valley) and Caterina with a variety of native foods. Ask for a Price Guide via email or chat and we'll send one through as soon as we can. 

Native Foodways is a First Nations owned and led social enterprise collaborating with people from all communities across Australia.

Native Foodways is owned and led by Kubin woman Carla McGrath (Moa Island in the Torres Strait), Pitta Pitta woman Cristilee Houghton, Wiradjuri man Jason Glanville, Wiradjuri man Lachlan McDaniel, and Australian-Hungarian man (born and raised on Gadigal Land) Mickey Kovari.

We work alongside a range of collaborators to strengthen the native food system in a way that is regenerative, culturally respectful, and benefits First Peoples.

We have a growing network of First Nations-led native food farms, kitchens, and marketplaces. We grow, harevst, process, cook, and share native foods with everyone.