With a mild woody flavour Pilliga Box honey is perfect for cooking with other native bush foods. Try a Bush Food inspired biscuits or slice. Will form course granules when it crystallises
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Eucalyptus pilligaensis – A small to medium tree 15-25m in height.
The Pilliga Forest also known as the “Pilliga Scrub” is home to the Pilliga Box. It is a 3000km square semi arid woodland of continuous remnant vegetation – the largest continuous remnant vegetation area in NSW just outside Dubbo in the Central West of the State. Pilliga is an Australian aboriginal name meaning “swamp oak”. Pilliga Box grows on the gentle slopes and plains on low-lying ground, preferring sandy loams and shoallow soils with clay subsoils. The Pilliga is part of the traditional area of the Gamilaraay (also known as Gamilaroi or Gomeroi) people.
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