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Dancing in Park

“My love of food comes from knowing that it unifies and sustains. And the traditional methods of getting food always meant a time of family bonding.


Foraging native food is a United Nations and First Nations right. The reason [Currie Country] is in the foraging business and why we got into foraging native foods as a family is not for the cheffing community. It's because it is our right.”

— Arabella Douglas,

Currie Country founder

The Yana

Currie Country is a leading First Nations organisation that offer Cultural Immersion Experiences - Education - Environmental Expertise - Native Food and much more.


Currie Country's extensive services includes the popular (and often sold out) cultural cruises and full moon ceremonies, foraging and farm tour, native food and native ingredients and products, as well as online education programs.


You are welcome to explore Currie Country and invite that you encourage others too!

First Nations Food Principles

Currie Country practises First Nations Food Principles and First Nations Sovereignty.

Native Food Foraging and Farm Tour

Currie Country Cultural Experiences Presents: Native Food Forage + Farm Tour

Are you a chef or work in the field of hospitality? Interested in learning more about Indigenous native foods and ingredients, preparation, growing and usage? Perhaps just a keen food enthusiast that’s a visitor or local in the area?

Why not join Currie Country for a day of native food and foraging plus a farm tour at Pocket Herbs!


Alternatively, you can book in for the farm tour only.

You will be treated to a day of exploration, demonstration and tastings!

This is a very exciting time with the aim to provide a deeply enriching experience for Currie Country's brilliant 'alchemist' chef creator community of Tweed, Byron, and Gold Coast.

The focus is on creativity, history, Aboriginal lores and systems to influence what chefs bring to their diner, and the Australian palate, combined with principles to create a thriving cooperative community between Aboriginal people, local communities, and curated dining experience which speaks to nuance and beauty of Native Foods.

'We are creating a knowledge base that will enhance the use of Native Foods and bring a new awareness of texture and taste to tables'.

We are setting the standard with ethical practices, between First Nations foraging rights, paying 'black tax' to other sovereign nations in distribution, and elevating hand foraged food for the exquisite dining experience.

Currie Country is leading educating, and inspiring our local Chefs to ensure Aboriginal knowledge systems are at the heart of understanding, practice principles.

Private tours and a more comprehensive field day for chefs and their team also available, please send an email to chat.

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