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Batch No. A10

Marri Honey, or Redgum, the lightest coloured honey in our range - is a heavy-hitter when it comes to health benefits. Harvested from the flowers of the Corymbia Redgum, our Marri honey is highly antimicrobial and is a powerful prebiotic - very good for gut health. This honey tastes of delicate warm toffee and is an all time favourite. 


Total Activity (TA+)

Many people are familiar with Manuka Honey and its associated bioactivity markers. What is not common knowledge is that our Australian native honeys are very comparable to the most bioactive Manukas. Research has found that Jarrah Honeys (TA 35+), have up to 90% greater activity than average levels found in Manuka honeys.  See the table below which provides a comparison between MGO found in Manuka honey to Total Activity found in honeys from Western Australia. 


Total Activity is a measure of the bioactive properties of the honey and indicates the antibacterial strenght. This test is currently accurate on a scale of 0-35+ 

Download the lab results here (PDF).

TA Comparable Table
Lab test results
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Your honey was harvested from the Dwellingup State Forest  in  Western Australia in March 2024.


A one-and-a-half-hour drive south of Perth, the Adventure Trail town of Dwellingup is a delightful location that the Murray River snakes through and adventure seekers walk, mountain bike and four-wheel-drive. The pristine Jarrah forests of the Dwellingup State Forest provide a perfect backdrop for camping beneath a canopy of stars.  

This timber-rich area boasts a beautiful section of the Munda Biddi Trail – spanning 1,000 kilometres from Mundaring to Albany, it’s the longest continuous off-road cycling trail on the planet. Visitors to the area are spoiled with 
colourful wildflowers, ancient rocks and towering Red gums and Blackbutt trees.




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