In the picturesque rainforest of Bungawalbin Valley, Australia's Northern New South Wales, you will find our certified organic farm where thousand-year-old tea tree Mother Trees thrive in an untouched, pristine and completely organic environment. The majestic tea tree's natural healing properties provide inspiration and drive our spirit of innovation to create delicious products to help you stay healthy and rejuvenate your wellbeing for modern living.
Bungawalbin Valley has been identified as the birthplace of the Melaleuca alternifolia species of tea tree. For over 35,000 years, the species has flourished at Meluka Australia’s home, two thousand acres of pristine rainforest wetlands. They provide the spiritual pulse to our sustainable practices, commitment to bee health and focus on customer wellbeing.
Today, tea tree is cherished for its purifying anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-septic properties. Tea Tree has an abundance of uses in health products including:
Its antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiseptic properties make it a popular ingredient in anti-acne treatments.
With natural antiseptic, antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties, tea tree has been used to help reduce the risk of infection and bacteria.
Tea tree oil helps to moisturize the hair and scalp, helping to reduce dryness, flakiness and itchiness.
The antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties of tea tree make it perfect for household cleaning.
Add a few drops of tea tree oil in your diffuser to help purify and neutralize odors.
The Bungawalbin Valley provides our bees with some of the cleanest bush to forage. Across our organic farmland, they are drawn to the natural healing benefits of tea tree. Studies show that foraging on the tea tree help bees maintain a healthy immune system, providing a natural probiotic for their digestive system. This helps them produce honey that shows strong, immediate antioxidant and sustained anti-microbial and anti-bacterial activity.
Sustainable beekeeping practices for healthy bees
Our honey is Australian and USDA Certified Organic. Foraging in the pristine environment of the Bungwalbin Valley keeps our bees healthy and producing superior honey.
Single origin & traceable
Our delicious raw honey is single-origin, and fully traceable back to our master beekeeper in the pristine Australian Bungawalbin Valley.
No added sweeteners
100% Aussie honey that captures the taste of seasonal botanicals in the pristine Australian Bungawalbin Valley- liquid gold goodness with no added sweeteners.
Raw honey retains beneficial enzymes, nutrients and antioxidants found in bee pollen that can help support your immune system.
Our unheated and unpasteurized raw honey retains the all the natural goodness, just as nature intended!
We are committed to sustainable farming practices that keep our soil strong and our bees healthy. In our organic certified farm, we avoid the use of manmade chemicals. The lost art of ‘wild-crafting’ is practiced in our old growth forest, hand harvesting tea tree leaves to stimulate the biological defense system of the area, leaving it unspoiled. Looking after our bees is key for our beekeepers, prioritizing their well-being to ensure they produce sustainable, natural honey.
We are committed to sustainable farming and harvesting, keep our soil strong while ensuring the natural environment remains as nature intended.
Here are some of our sustainable practices at Meluka Australia
We take care to protect the natural ecosystem of our farm. When harvesting in our old growth forest, we gently hand harvest to minimize our impact in the area.
Protecting our Bees
We adopt sustainable beekeeping practices to ensure our bees are well looked after so they can produce honey that is superior in both taste and quality.
Our farm is Australian Certified Organic, free from the use of manmade chemicals. The Tea Tree products and organic raw honey range is ACO and USDA certified.
We ensure our raw honey is single-origin and traceable back to the master beekeeper. Our tea tree is harvested and traceable to our farm, here in the Australian Bungawalbin Valley.