For landholders and investors interested in sandalwood production in south eastern Australia, Tim Barden of Ko-Warra Native Grasses is the manager of a sandalwood demonstration site in Victoria near Echuca. For more information visit: www.nativegrasses.com.au
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The market for Australian sandalwood is global, diversified and expanding, and this indigenous Australian plant can be cultivated from seed and grown successfully in temperate regions of Australia using proven commercial production systems that incorporate a diversity of local native plants.
One of the worlds most recognised fragrances and commercially important essential oils, the wood of this small tree, and its derivatives, are globally traded commodities sought after for use in perfumery and personal care products, cultural and religious practices, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and aromatherapy, with strong demand coming from Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
Sandalwood production therefore offers both landholders and investors a diversification opportunity that is market driven, versatile and resilient.
The cultivation of sandalwood can also bring significant biodiversity, land and water protection benefits to the farm environment and agricultural landscape.
We are currently supplying high quality sandalwood seed and facilitating the establishment of new projects in Victoria and WA, and offer a comprehensive service to landholders, domestic and international investors seeking to capitalise on the opportunity offered by the cultivation and production of Australian sandalwood.
Please have a look around our website to learn more, and contact us if you would like more information.
- Interested in sandalwood production in Victoria? We are currently supplying high quality sandalwood seed and facilitating the establishment of new projects in Victoria.
- The fragrant wood of the sandalwood tree came to prominence in Asia over 4,000 years ago and developed as a product of special cultural significance in societies throughout Asia
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