Australian Essentials Collection – Essential Oil Gift Pack
Regular price $49.95
Three 12ml essential oils in a dropper bottle
Lemon Iron Bark
Use to freshen or purify you home and disguise bad odours. Use in cleaning preparation for the laundry or bathroom.
Add a few drops to an oil burner, vaporiser, massage oil or skin care. This oil can be used to freshen and sooth the atmosphere and is great for relaxation or meditation. This oil is praised for its antibacterial prowess.
Australian white Cypress
Add a few drops in an oil burner, vaporiser or potpourri. This essential oil can be used to freshen the spirits and clear negativity. Perfect for meditation and relaxation.
Bring Australia’s signature aromas into your home with this collection of iconic Australian essential oils. A great gift or souvenir to take home after travelling.
Australian Essentials Collection
Bring some of Australia’s signature aromas into your home with this collection of iconic Australian essential oils. A great gift or souvenir to take home after travelling.
This box design represents the Australian continent. The red earth on the front is the rich red volcanic soil from several volcanos along various parts of the east coast (eg. Mt Warning produced red lava flows and made the Byron hinterland and other east coast places very rich and lush for plant life).
Australia is an island continent with thousands of kilometres of sandy beaches. The yellow sand on the side of the box is a typical beach with a meeting area where to cook delicious seafood. On the yellow sand are circles which are a meeting and eating places for groups of people.
There are leaves and ‘U’ shapes which are womens meeting places.
The red on the rear of the box represents the outback, the ‘red centre’.
The 3 black circles are waterholes, connected by a waterway, below the waterway artowrk are some emu tracks to the waterway.
This artwork was produced in collaboration with Kagaru (Scott), a local indigenous artist based on coastal northern New South Wales.
His ancestry traces directly back to the Mynjungbal (Minjungbal) people, his ancestors lived from the Brunswick River (Byron Shire) to Beaudesert (Gold Coast hinterland). Today his home is in Bogangar which is also known as Cabarita.
Kagaru (Scott) has been professionally painting traditional and contemporary indigenous artwork since 1993.
His ancestry traces back to the Mynjungbal (Minjungbal) or Tweed Coast region. His home is in Bogangar or also know as Cabarita, the area he still lives in today.
Kagaru means ‘Kookaburra’.