Welcome to WA Sandalwood Nuts
WA Sandalwood was noted in 1832 during exploration for suitable pastoral land east of the fledgling but growing Perth colony by Ensign Robert Dale.
Historic records suggest Indigenous Australians have used the wood as a native food, medicine, healing balm and in smoke cleansing ceremonies. There is no part of a WA Sandalwood tree which cannot be used which makes it highly desireable.
WA Sandalwood Nuts embraces the versatility of this historic food source, bringing you traditionally prepared products as well as making use of the nuts in modern cooking. WA Sandalwood Nuts are also a great local ingredient for inclusion in vegetarian, vegan, paleo or raw food meals.