Learn about Australian bush tucker in the real outback with true locals who have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to living off the land.
Bush tucker or native food includes both animals and plants native to Australia and has been eaten by Aboriginals for an estimated 60,000 years.
Some varieties of this native food was exported by the early settlers back to their native countries because of its health benefits and ability to withstand extreme conditions.
A range of bush tucker can be seen around Cunnamulla and surrounds of Eulo, Yowah and Wyandra.
Out the Back Australia adventure tours provide the chance to seek and try various native trees, seeds, plants and fruits all growing in abundance in the Australian Outback.