New Team Member – Tristan

Welcome to the team Tristan!

We would like to introduce you to our son Tristan, after 12 years of building on KI and in Darwin, we are proud and excited to have him back working with us in our family business at Emu Ridge . He will be doing a whole range of things including maintenance, tours, cider tasting, lunches/functions, serving customers, making Eucalyptus Oil and everything else!

Eucalyptus and Honey Sweets for Coughs or Colds

At Emu Ridge, our Eucalyptus and Honey Sweets are a delicious natural product that is 100% Australian Produced. We send our Eucalyptus Oil and Honey off to the Blackeby Sweets factory in Adelaide, and then the sweets are sent back to us so we can package them here at the shop.

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Annie and Elin hard at work packing our most popular item, Eucalyptus Sweets

Our Eucalyptus and Honey Drops are very popular. They are great to have handy for anytime but are also handy for a sore throat or annoying cough..

You can make your own if you like, the recipe is below using our Eucalyptus oil and Honey. If you don’t want to make them, there is also the option of buying them, as well as many of our other great natural products, on our Online Store.

Eucalyptus and Honey Toffee Recipe

Ingredients:

3 tablespoons pure Kangaroo Island Honey

1 cup sugar

85gm butter

3 or 4 drops of Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Oil

Place the sugar, butter and honey in a saucepan. Stir over a low heat until the sugar dissolves. Bring to the boil and cook for 10 mins or until a little toffee dropped into cold water forms a hard ball. When ready remove from the stove and add the Eucalyptus Oil. Pour into a greased shallow tray or patty pans and chill. Break into pieces when set.
This recipe is from Bev Turners Recipes and Uses Book as was given to her by M. Wilson. The recipe book has lots of hints tips and recipes and is available online or phone Emu Ridge.

How to rid your dogs of Fleas and Ticks, and it works for us too! 100% Australian Eucalyptus Oil

Flea and Tick repellent for your pets:

One of the most common problems your pets may be dealing with is annoying fleas and other parasites. They can cause great discomfort for your pets as well as health problems such as skin irritations, allergies, anaemia and even death if not treated.

Chemical treatments may get rid of fleas, but they can also cause side effects such as breathing problems, tremors, vomiting, skin irritations and permanent nerve damage. Using natural remedies such as Emu Ridge eucalyptus oil is a safe alternative to chemicals, as well as keeping your pet’s coat healthy and vibrant, because the fleas and other insects hate the smell of eucalyptus oil. You may need to apply the oil more often than you would chemical formulas, but it will effectively and safely repel fleas without hurting your pet.

What To Do:

  1. Begin by shampooing your pet. Mix 5 drops of eucalyptus oil into approximately 250 ml of a natural, no-tear pet shampoo. Use an eyedropper to measure the oil and mix well.

  2. Start the bath water to get it to a good warm temperature. Place a cotton ball into each ear of your pet to avoid water and soap getting in, and then wet your pet’s coat thoroughly and completely.

  3. Bathe your pet as you normally would with the eucalyptus shampoo, creating a nice rich lather from head to toe. Be careful not to get shampoo in the eyes. Rinse your pet and repeat with the eucalyptus shampoo. This time, rinse extremely well.

  4. Towel-dry your pet from excess water and follow with a thorough blow-drying.

For added protection after and between baths, you can make a repellent:

1 cup of water, 2 cups of distilled white vinegar, 2 teaspoons of vegetable or almond oil and 3 drops of eucalyptus oil  then put the mixture into a spray bottle. Mist your pet lightly with the mixture every so often and let it air-dry. You can also mix in a few spoonfuls of lemon juice, which will repel ticks and fleas.

HINT- This deterrent also works for flies and other insects as well. Spray onto the pet’s dry coat, staying away from sensitive areas including eyes, nose, mouth, and genitals. When outdoors for an extended period, spray this solution on 2-3 times per day. Don’t add the eucalyptus oil for cats, it is great for horses, dogs, goats etc. This recipe below is tried and tested to.

You can also use a cotton wool ball soaked in Eucalyptus oil and gently dab behind your pet’s ears, along their back and under there arms, and then groom, this is a great deterrent.

Keeping your carpets parasite free. Make a simple flea repellent carpet powder by mixing 1 cup of cornstarch with 15 drops of eucalyptus oil and dust this powder all over the carpets, leave for 15 minutes and then vacuum. A parasite free home  will help your dogs be safe from further reinfection of fleas.

Eucalyptus oil can also be rubbed into your pet’s collar to work as a natural flea collar. Below is a great recipe to deter fleas with this natural flea collar. Reapply approx every 2 weeks.

The eucalyptus oil has been proven effective in most cases, but you may have to alter the recipe to find the best solution to meet your pet’s particular needs.

DETERRENT FOR BEDDING & THE HOME: Use a eucalyptus or tea tree dilution in watering can to wash floors, soak pet’s kennel and favourite sleeping patches on sand or paving or doormats etc.

Rinse all bedding after washing with strong dilution of eucalyptus or tea tree oil (with a dash of vinegar to

mix the oils into the water) and dry without rinsing. Repeat at least monthly.

Remember to vacuum carpets well and frequently. The flea life cycle is about a month in the summer, so keep up intensive treatment for at least a month.

Eucalyptus oil is also handy for your dog in other areas to:

  • Skin therapy: It can be useful to help soothe skin after insect bites, stings, and skin rashes.

  • Antiseptic qualities: Its disinfectant properties can be useful for skin problems and also when cleaning bedding. Add a few drops of oil in the wash works wonders.

  • Antiviral and anti-inflammatory.

  • Works as an expectorant.

  • Respiratory therapy: Good for relief of chest congestion.  Its inhalant properties help to combat respiratory problems such as sinus infections and bronchitis.

  • Fragrance: Eucalyptus can also be very effective against pet odor.

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Repellent of ticks for you and your family:

Ticks are terrible as these creatures can be as lethal as a venomous snake in the wrong scenario! If your camping, hiking and getting outside to play, then don’t let these pesky parasites stop you. Here’s how to make a simple and home-made repellent!

FOR YOU & YOUR FAMILY:

In a spray bottle mix 2 cups of distilled white vinegar (you can also use apple cider as it doesn’t smell as strong), 1 cup of water and 20 drops of Eucalyptus oil (Eucalyptus oil is a calm, soothing scent that also works as a tick repellent).
After mixing the solution, spray onto clothing, skin and hair before going outdoors. Re-apply every four hours to keep ticks at bay, and examine your skin and hair when back inside to make sure no ticks are on the body.

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You can order Emu Ridge Eucalyptus oil right here – we can post Eucalyptus Oil nation-wide within Australia.

Did you know Arthritis/Joint pain

Eucalyptus Oil soothes and penetrates the skin to bring quick relief to inflammation sufferers.Eucalyptus Oil relieves pain in joint and muscles pain, it can help arthritis, chronic pain, injuries and rheumatism.  Very effective on both dogs and humans, but should not be used on cats. This essential oil increases circulation and dilates blood vessels, bringing a feeling of warmth to the area where applied and encouraging healing with improved oxygenation of the blood. Mix it with Emu Oil and you will find amazing results. This link with take you do all the amazing uses for Emu Oil and how to use it. It can be used exactly the same as its used for human use its moisturising, great for itchy dry skin and eases pain. It can also be taken orally. This is another pure natural Australian product, I swear by!

Risks of Using Eucalyptus Oil on Your Dog

  • Only use 100% pure, not all oils are equal!

  • Be aware of the label, its the same rules for dogs as it is for us. Dogs are more sensitive. Keep essential oils out of their reach, and when applying essential oils avoid the mouth region, eyes and mucus membranes.

  • Its advisable to be careful using eucalyptus oil or any essential oil undiluted for your pet. In its pure form it can burn sensitive areas the same as people.

  • Do not use eucalyptus oil for cats the same as you would for dogs, cats LICK their fur so it can get straight into their digestive systems and cause toxicity.

  •  Introduce any oils slowly, and always be sure to monitor your pet’s behavior and symptoms for any signs of distress or discomfort.

  • Remember smaller dogs need alot less than a larger dog.

We have used it on all of our dogs over the past 26 years, it has been very successful and our dogs never had any side effects.

~Bev~

Clove Oil Uses

You’re probably familiar with clove, an aromatic spice that is commonly used in Indian and Chinese culture as seasoning and for medicinal purposes. Cloves, also known as clove buds, gained popularity all over the world, especially in the western hemisphere, during the 7th century because of their health benefits.

Like other spices, cloves can also be used to make an essential oil. While it is not as popular as other plant oils, I believe there are numerous reasons why you should consider having clove bud oil at home. It can be used for killing mould and for the body.

What Is Clove Bud Oil?

Clove bud oil is derived from the clove tree, a member of the Myrtaceae family. This tree is native to Southeast Asian countries like Indonesia. From the evergreen, you can derive three types of clove essential oils: clove bud oil, clove leaf oil and clove stem oil.

Out of the three, clove bud essential oil — also known as Eugenia carophyllata — is the most popular in aromatherapy. Because the oils produced from the leaves and stems have stronger chemical compositions than the buds, they can easily cause skin irritations, which makes them unfit for aromatherapy.

During the time of ancient Greeks and Romans, this plant oil was used to relieve toothaches and to combat bad breath. Its presence was also found in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine with the same purpose.

Today, clove bud oil is known for its benefits to oral health. This essential oil, which has been approved as a dental anesthetic mouthwash and gargle, can help relieve toothaches, as well as help fight mouth and throat infections. It is also added to pharmaceutical and dental products.

Uses of Clove Bud Oil

The oil of clove buds is known for its antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac and stimulant properties. Apart from its positive effects in the field of dental care, it can also be used as a treatment for minor health concerns. Below are some of the most common uses of this plant oil

Things to Know About Using Clove Oil for Mould Removal

During the wet summer months, high humidity and heavy rains can lead to mould in any areas of your home that are affected by moisture. A popular natural cleaning remedy for this is clove oil. But before you get to work mixing up your own clove oil solution, here are six things to know.

FOR THE BODY

Digestive aid — Cloves possess beneficial properties that help relax the smooth muscle lining in your gastrointestinal tract. When used as an oil, it can aid in halting digestive problems, like nausea and vomiting.

Skin care product — When applied topically, clove buds can help address skin problems like warts, acne, sagging skin and wrinkles.

Insect repellent — When used together with citrus essential oils, this plant oil can help ward insects away.

Expectorant — Clove bud oil is also used to help ease respiratory problems, such as cough, colds, sinusitis, asthma and tuberculosis. In fact, chewing on a clove bud is said to help sore throats.

Antiseptic — It is applied topically to assist in addressing fungal infections, wounds and cuts. It is also a common treatment for athlete’s foot.

Perfume ingredient — Bud oil, with its strong and unique scent, is used in carnation, rose and honeysuckle perfumes. It has a strong and unique scent.

Flavoring agent — This is because of the oil’s unique flavor and aroma.

Soap ingredient — Clove bud oil is used in soaps not just for its fragrance, but also because of its relaxing and antiseptic qualities.

Massage oil — It can be used to relieve pain and stress.

Composition of Clove Bud Oil

The predominant chemical constituents found in all three types of clove oils are eugenol, eugenyl acetate and caryophyllene. However, these three types all vary in their eugenol content. For instance, clove leaf oil contains very low levels of eugenol, compared to clove bud oil. Oil derived from the clove stem contains the highest amount of the compound, which makes it unsuitable for external applications.

Benefits of Clove Bud Oil

Clove oil owes much of its health benefits to eugenol, which make up to 90 percent of the oil. This compound provides potent antiseptic and anti-inflammatory benefits and is also responsible for preventing cloves from spoiling.

Thanks to this chemical compound, this plant oil is very effective against dental pain, sore gums, mouth ulcers, cavities and bad breath. It is because of the compound that clove oil, as well as other spice oils that contain eugenol (like cinnamon, basil and nutmeg oils), are added to dental products, insect repellents, perfumes, foods and even pharmaceutical products.

Eugenol also causes clove oil to have stimulating and warming properties, which make it a popular choice among aromatherapy practitioners. Part of its list of benefits is its ability to aid in stimulating your metabolism by helping improve your blood circulation and lowering your body temperature.

It can also contribute to your digestive health and help address problems like hiccups, indigestion, motion sickness and excess gas. Apart from helping support your metabolism, clove bud oil can also help relieve stress and help lessen mental exhaustion. Some use it to tackle neural health problems, such as depression and anxiety. The oil can also work as an aphrodisiac and treatment for insomnia.

How Does Clove Bud Oil Work?

Clove bud oil is meant to be applied topically. When mixed with other oils like , emu, coconut and olive oil, it can function as a massage oil. To help treat respiratory illnesses, clove oil can be used in steam inhalation. It may also be mixed in skin care products to enhance their benefits. Here are some specific ways on how to use this plant oil:

Mix two drops with a carrier oil and massage onto your abdomen to assist in relieving digestive discomfort. You may also add three to five drops in lukewarm bath water to help address bowel issues.

Use two drops of clove bud oil in steam inhalation to aid in relieving mucous and loosen phlegm. You may also add two drops to your decongesting ointment or gel and rub onto your chest, back and throat.

Add two drops of clove oil to your skin care products or 1 milliliter of jojoba oil. This can help hasten the healing of wounds, cuts, bruises and even athlete’s foot.

Massage three drops of clove oil with 2 milliliters of carrier oil to experience the oil’s painkilling action.

Add one drop of diluted clove oil onto a small cotton ball to relieve tooth or gum pain. Press the cotton ball onto the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes. You may also add two drops of clove bud oil to a cup of warm water and use this as a gargle.

Two drops of clove bud plant oil used in a diffuser or vaporizer can ward off insects. Blending two to three drops to your skin care product can also produce an insect repellent.

I advise you to practice extra caution if you decide to try clove bud oil internally, as too much can cause certain side effects (see section on side effects below). I recommend using clove bud oil, or any essential oil for that matter, under the supervision of an experienced aromatherapy practitioner.

Is Clove Bud Oil Safe?

Using this oil undiluted can lead to serious skin problems. To prevent this from happening, I suggest you dilute clove bud oil with a carrier oil such as jojoba oil, coconut oil or olive oil. If you’d like to apply it topically, check first for allergic reactions. Perform a skin test or apply a drop on your skin and observe for any side effects.

Clove bud oil, as well as the other forms, is considered a dangerous sensitizer in some individuals. High concentrations of eugenol may irritate your mucous membrane and may cause dermatitis and other skin problems. It should never be used on damaged skin. In some cases, the oil may lead to photosensitivity. For instance, exposure to sunlight after the application of unadulterated clove bud oil can lead to severe burns or the spread of viral sores.

People using anticoagulants and aspirin should avoid clove oils as they can slow down platelet activity. The oil can also cause blood glucose to plummet, so diabetics should be extra careful when using it. Individuals with liver or kidney disease should also refrain from using this oil because it can cause damage to both organs.

Pregnant and nursing women should use caution when using clove bud oil. Children should be kept away from this oil because of potential intestinal discomfort. It is best to steer clear of any clove product if you are allergic.

Side Effects of Clove Bud Oil

Despite its many health benefits, I advise everyone, especially beginners, to use clove oil in moderation. Eugenol, while it offers many beneficial properties, may induce allergic effects. It should be taken gradually in small amounts. For instance, taking the oil orally in its undiluted form can result in nausea, vomiting, sore throat, seizure and even blood problems. It may lead to shortness of breath, even rashes and itching.

Repeated use of clove bud oil to address acne problems can cause skin damage, which may leave permanent marks. If you’re thinking of using clove bud oil to address a dental problem or any health concern, I recommend that you seek the advice of a holistic healthcare practitioner or an experienced aromatherapist first.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Ingredients: Eugenia Caryophyllus Bud Oil

Botanical name: Eugenia caryophyllata thunb

Common name: Clove bud

Plant part: Buds

Extraction method: Steam distilled

Common uses: Clove essential oil has been known to be a great antiseptic and has traditionally been used to relieve symptoms of cold and flus.

Note: Top

Strength of aroma: Medium to Strong

Aromatic scent: Spicy and rich like actual cloves.

Caution: Possible dermal sensitiser and irritant. Avoid during pregnancy.

Difference between Clove Bud, Leaf and Stem Oil:

Cloves anti-septic and pain relieving properties are attributed to its eugenol, eugenyl acetate, b caryophyllene and a humulene content.  These components are found in all cuts of Clove oil but are most balanced in the Bud. 

Source – Dr. Mercola

Biome.com.au

#cloveoil, #petrochemicalfree, #toxinfree #naturalcleaning #naturalhealing

 

 

KANGAROO ISLAND PRODUCE SALE ENDS 31ST AUGUST

15% OFF EVERYTHING AT EMU RIDGE

We are so pleased with the support we receive from our online shop. To thank you we would like to offer 15% Discount on any of our online products, including the special! So stock up on this great offer it ends on the 31st of August. Just pop emu15 in the coupon code at checkout to receive your discount! https://www.emuridge.com.au/shop/

**SPECIAL** 

We would love to offer you a fantastic price on the KANGAROO ISLAND Eucalyptus Hand & Nail Cream, until stocks are sold. Get in quick, we dont have many left at this price! If you love this product, it’s a great time to stock up for yourself or friends? If you haven’t tried it now is the time!

 

Buy Australian And Support Local Producers

At Emu Ridge we are a proud, family owned business that produces and sells 100% pure Australian Eucalyptus Oil, as well as many other associated natural products.

Australian manufacturers, farmers, fishermen and processors make some of the best products in the world. By purchasing our goods, you’re not only supporting local jobs and our economy, but also getting great products you can trust.

The best way to identify genuine Australian goods is looking at the label. If the label says “Product of Australia” this guarantees that what you are purchasing is something that is truly Australian. Slogans such as “Made in Australia” and many others can quite often be very misleading. Buying locally produced products means you can have the confidence of knowing  that the products have had to meet high Australian standards, so they are of a superior quality and it is also nice to know that we are always only a phone call away if you have any questions.

We are proud to say that all of the eucalyptus oil we supply is 100% pure and 100% produced in Australia. It is produced in an environmentally sustainable manner, in a pristine environment. Did you know that 90% of the worlds eucalyptus oil these days is produced by countries like China and Brazil? They use an Australian species called The Tasmanian Blue Gum or ‘Eucalyptus globulus’and Radiata’. Unfortunately, if you buy your Eucalyptus oil from a pharmacy  or supermarket, it is more than likely not 100% pure and certainly not Australian produced. We don’t use any sprays or chemicals on our trees as they are native to our area, they are called the Kangaroo island Narrow Leaf Mallee or Eucalyptus cneorifolia. We can re-harvest our trees every one to two years, due to the fact that Eucalyptus Mallee trees always coppice new shoots, so  they are always generating new growth which is great for the environment.

So look on the side of the label for Product of Australia, and with Australia’s strict labelling regulations we must also have how many mLs per litre are in 1 litre of Eucalyptus oil, so our label also says 1000mL/l  (per litre) that way you know that it is 100%  pure. If its not on the label who knows what it is, or where it comes from!

Some deceptive brands even go as far as to write Produced by Australian Eucalyptus Trees!!! Yes but where!!

We hope this has helped you understand Australia’s labelling laws and we look forward to you supporting our business.

Click on these links if you would like to know more about Emu Ridge and our Eucalyptus oil Distillery History or our range of pure natural Australian produced products.

Keep Your Farmers Close

Sensory Play with Eucalyptus Rice

Sensory Rice is a great learning tool and its fun to make and play with! Add some coloring to the rice to make it interesting and attractive. If you like you can then add some Emu Ridge eucalyptus oil, it will help keep their sinuses clear.  Learning, fun & healthy natural remedy all in a one-stop-shop!

1. Just add a small amount of water with the rice add some food coloring

2. mix it in and put it in trays to dry, if the weather isnt warm  you can dry it in a low heat in the oven.

3. Once dry add a few drops of oil and put it in a jar ready for play

 

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4. Don’t forget to buy 100% Australian Eucalyptus Oil from Emu Ridge Online Store!

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SENSORY PLAY WITH RICE  HAS MANY LEARNING BENEFITS:

  • Sensory play encourages children to manipulate and mould materials, building up their fine motor skills and coordination.
  • Sensory play uses all 5 senses, but the sense of touch is often the most frequent. Toddlers and children process  information through their senses. They learn through exploring these.
  • Sensory play is unstructured, not  product-oriented; it is the purest sense of exploratory learning.
  • Self-esteem: sensory play offers kids the opportunity for self-expression because there is no right answer and children feel safe to change or experiment with what they are doing.
  • Language development- experimenting with language and trying new words.

 

Kangaroo Island hosts Small Islands of the World Conference No 15

Kangaroo island hosted the 15th Small Islands of the World Conference and we were honoured to  hold one of the functions  at Emu Ridge.

The Conference was opened by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le, Governor of SA. The conference was on July 2-7

Left to right – Larry Turner, Mayor Peter Clements and his wife Betty and His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le , Bev Turner

This multi-disciplinary Conference explored how small island communities are seeking to contribute to global survival, by: empowering communities for peace and productivity; preparing people for the world of to-morrow; nurturing the human spirit; protecting nature and feeding the world; and developing solutions for self-sufficiency.

We supplied our rustic venue in the bush at Emu Ridge complete with a bonfire in our old eucalyptus still pot. We delighted our guests with our Potato and Vegetable Soup Bread Bowls, followed by our Homemade Rosemary Damper, and Chef Tony Nolan cooked up a traditional  delicious Aussie Roast for Mains and Apple Crumble and Honey Iceream for Dessert.

The Kangaroo Island Wool Company also gave the guests a special treat with a fashion parade.

If you would like to see the pics from the night click on this link.

The Kangaroo Island Wool Company also gave the guest a special treat with a fashion parade.

 

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The Conference  offered participants the opportunity to be connected with and immersed in an island community and environment.  The aim was for our Conference to leave a lasting legacy for our community from the wealth of expertise attending, but conversely to also share our Island story, heritage and learnings with those attending from afar. The theme of the conference is Small island communities: models for global survival.

We were thrilled with the variety of presentations at the conference.

Please CLICK HERE to download a 32 page PDF of the full list of abstracts for the papers that were presented during the conference.

Source  https://kangarooisland2017.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT SHOWCASES KANGAROO ISLAND PRODUCE

KANGAROO ISLAND PRODUCE COMES TO THE CITY!

We are excited to be a part of this event. Did you know our 100% pure eucalyptus oil is also edible. We use it to flavour our  popular Eucalyptus and Honey Sweets and on the 19th of July you can enjoy a sublime six-course Degustation Dinner crafted by InterContinental Adelaide’s Executive Chef Tony Hart. Tantalise your tastebuds with the Taste of Kangaroo Island Degustation at the Riverside Restaurant in Adelaide.

Emu Ridge Eucalyptus oil is part of the first course on the menu :-

Kangaroo Island Olives smoked olives
Fig and fennel bread with The Figgery fig syrup
Sour dough and Emu Ridge distilled eucalyptus butter
paired with Hazyblur Blanc de Noirs  – Sounds devine!!

(Our Emu Ridge natural products are only available in our retail shop or online)

UPDATE – The event was a great success we have this pic sent into us of our Eucalyptus Butter 🙂

Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Butter

 

The delicious MENU can be VIEWED here

Executive Chef Tony Hart is pleased to be presenting Kangaroo Island produce in a indulgent gourmet menu at Riverside Restaurant and enjoy a carefully crafted degustation combining the freshest seasonal flavours and local Kangaroo Island food and beverages.

Enjoy sparkling wine and canapes on arrival followed by 6 courses perfectly matched with 6 Kangaroo Island beverages before you end the night with KIS O Gin from award winning Kangaroo Island distillery Kangaroo Island Spirits.

Kangaroo Island produces food as it was intended. With purity, quality, and sustainability the key. Kangaroo Island is a pristine wilderness – a place of beauty and a place of escape. Plan your visit to Kangaroo Island today. Visit the Kangaroo Island Food and Wine Association to discover what experiences await.

Call +61 8 8238 2400 now to enquire, or make a reservation with our dedicated staff today.

Learn more: https://goo.gl/D2QhaB
Dinner: https://goo.gl/xB1Mxn
Book now: https://goo.gl/sanf1p

Riverside Restaurant
Wednesday 19th July
6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
$159 per person

Emu Ridge Newsletter July 2017

Below is a little about whats been happening at Emu Ridge and we look forward to hearing from you in the future and thank you for your continued support.

(Please let us know if you have already recieved this email, it will be interesting to know, thanks?)

Kind regards Larry, Bev & Staff

SPECIAL

We are so pleased with the support we recieve from our online shop, so due to our failed newsletter we would like to offer you 15% Discount on any of our online products, including the special! So if you didnt recieve the newsletter of the price increase that took place on the 1st of August we would like to offer you our SPECIAL, to give you a chance to stock up. Special ends on the 31st of August. We are looking forward to your continuing support.


We are proud to announce that we won the BEST FARM GATE EXPERIENCE at the Kangaroo Island Food, Wine & Tourism Awards recently, for the second year running.  We thank our great team for always putting our customers first to deliver a great experience. Well done to all involved & we thank SeaLink Kangaroo Island the sponsors of this category.

 

Photo courtesy of Black Stump media – Donna Gauci General Manager at Sealink, Emu Ridge staff Mel Holman, Ella Johnson

Kangaroo Island Eucalyptus Maine Beach Bodycare Range.

**SPECIAL** 

We would love to offer you a fantastic price on the Eucalyptus Hand & Nail Cream. Get in quick, we dont have many left at this price!. If you love this products, it’s a great time to stock up for yourself or friends? If you haven’t tried it now is the time!

The bodycare range is paraben, mineral oil, sulphate and colour free.


Its official Qantas are going to be flying to Kangaroo Island at the end of the year once our new airport is complete, very exciting! From Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane! We hope to be seeing more of you!

 

Eucalyptus Oil

We are proud to have been producing our 100% Pure Emu Ridge Eucalyptus oil since 1991. Did you know that 90% of the worlds Eucalyptus Oil is now produced overseas, with different species of tree to ours.

With a multitude of uses Eucalyptus oil is antibacterial and antifungal, removes oil based stains and sticky things, it’s a penetrating oil as well as having medicinal properties. Therefore it’s an ideal natural product for in and around the house, for the body and in the workshop.

So much has happened in the past year and you can  view it all on our Facebook

 

We dont only sell a great range of natural products. We have enjoyed some great events at Emu Ridge too.

The most recent was hosting the Small Islands of the Worlds Conference.

We have had some lovely international volunteers helping us out, including a Tourism student from Canada, you can view these and much more  in our Facebook Albums.

 

Our Eucalyptus oil harvest season is over, we produce our oil at the end of Spring and through Summer, it’s maintenance time now. Larry is doing some maintenance on his mechanical harvester and is building a new still ready for next season, so exciting times ahead. 

We hope you enjoy discovering about our wonderful range of natural products and their uses. Our products are only available ONLINE and of course in our retail shop. 

 

Handy Hint – If you are ordering products remember that Australia Post have a minimum charge for orders that are 500gms or less, so try to get your order as close to the 500gm’s to get the best value. An example is the small Hand and Nail Cream, if you buy 1 up to 6 the postage will be the same. You can also send us a message and we will work out the best value re postage for you, email: info@emuridge.com.au