SUPER SALE at Emu Ridge just in time for Christmas. The 50ml Hand & Nail cream normally $12.95 and its only $7.00 Sale finishes on the 20/12/18. Makes the perfect gift or just for yourself!
This 50ml luxurious Kangaroo Island Wild Bushland Eucalyptus Hand and Nail Cream is great for having with you every day and slipping into your handbag it also makes a lovely Australian gift.
Double distilled in one of Australia’s oldest Eucalypt distilleries, the Eucalyptus oil has been infused with fragrance to produce a sensual range of modern Australian made body care products.
Chilled by fresh, crisp breezes from the Antarctic, Kangaroo Island is a sanctuary of pristine Eucalypts protected from introduced European infestations.
The Hand & Nail Creme is 50ml with Organic Sweet Almond Oil. It is a soft, decadent creme with macadamia, sweet almond and jojoba oil to leave your hands feeling silky smooth.
The cream has been made in Australia by Maine Beach using our Emu Ridge Eucalyptus oil. They specialise in Australian body care with fresh fragrances, with key organic ingredients.
Made with no parabens, sulphates, artificial colours or petrochemicals.
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Such a gorgeous motto for life. “Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures, kill nothing but time”.
We are so lucky to live on Kangaroo Island, it is such an unspoilt wilderness. We love our business ethos at Emu Ridge and our natural products. If you’re visiting or on any holiday – this is a wonderful motto. We all need some time to sit back and reflect on the beauty of life and sometimes we need to make sure we don’t get caught up in the fast world of today. Take a break from that busy life and just enjoy the simple things!
Good Ol’ Aussie Damper
A great day for a batch of Damper today. For our international friends Damper is the traditional bush bread of Australia.
In colonial Australia, stockmen developed the technique of making damper out of necessity. Often away from home for weeks, with just a camp fire to cook on and only sacks of flour as provisions, a basic staple bread evolved. It was originally made with flour and water and a good pinch of salt, kneaded, shaped into a round, and baked in the ashes of the campfire or open fireplace. It was eaten with pieces of fried dried meat, sometimes spread with golden syrup, but always with billy tea or maybe a swig of rum.
Here at Emu Ridge, we love doing things the old Aussie way, we even make our Eucalyptus Oil the same way they did 100 years ago! Why change something that works so well! It’s important to keep those traditions alive, it makes up our history and we are very proud to tell our visitors about our history.
So, if you find yourself camping on Kangaroo Island, give the Damper a go.
Make sure to check out our other blog on camping
Family fun at Emu Ridge, A lovely family from Italy enjoy good old-fashioned Tic-Tac-Toe on our new deck at Emu Ridge.
Tic- Tac-Toe is a traditional FUN game for all ages. The different names of the game are more recent . The first print reference to “Noughts and crosses”, the British name, appeared in 1864. In his novel “Can You Forgive Her”, 1864, Anthony Trollope refers to a clerk playing “tit-tat-toe”. The first print reference to a game called “tick-tack-toe” occurred in 1884, but referred to “a children’s game played on a slate, consisting in trying with the eyes shut to bring the pencil down on one of the numbers of a set, the number hit being scored”. “Tic-tac-toe” may also derive from “tick-tack”, the name of an old version of backgammon first described in 1558. The U.S. renaming of Noughts and crosses as Tic-tac-toe occurred in the 20th century.
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