We want our little ones, and yours, to grow up with a healthy planet where native plants and animals thrive.

We seek to minimise our impact on the environment and reduce our carbon footprint in all key decisions, from sourcing local ingredients to choosing compostable and recyclable packaging.

1c from every product sold also goes towards supporting native wildlife. In 2023-24 we will be donating money to Bush Heritage Australia, a leading not-for-profit conservation organisation that protects ecosystems and wildlife across Australia. 

Australian Wildlife facing threats to survival are also featured on our packaging, to help raise community awareness and support for these unique and wonderful animals.


A numbat’s diet consists
entirely of termites,
and they eat up to
20,000 termites a day.
Illustrated Numbat

Sugar Gliders

Sugar Gliders can glide up
to 50m through the air -
that’s equivalent to
half a soccer pitch!
Illustrated Sugar Glider
Illustrated Sugar Glider


Platypuses are thought
to have lived alongside
the dinosaurs with
platypus fossils
discovered which are
120 million years old!
Illustrated Platypus
Illustrated Platypus

Major Mitchell's


Cockatoos have a preferred
‘footedness’ similar
to human handedness.
Almost all cookatoos, including
Major Mitchell’s Cockatoos,
are left-footed.
Illustrated Cockatoo
Illustrated Cockatoo

Short-Beaked Echidna

Echidna's love to dig
and move 7 tonnes of dirt
a year - that's equivelent
to 8 trailor loads!
Their digging helps improve
soil health, promotes plant growth
and keeps carbon in the soil.
Illustrated Echidna
Illustrated Echidna