Kurianda began in 1997 when we were using wild sourced olives to create our olive oil. When the business progressed, 650 trees were planted just outside of Penrice in the early 2000’s.
We still source wild olives for our ‘wild’ olive oil, but have expanded our range to include dukkah, pear chutney, shiraz sauce, honey,and balsamic and red wine vinegar.
The name ‘Kurianda’ means ‘meeting place’ in the indigenous Permangi language. This was the original name for the area that is now Angaston. All of our products are made using produce sourced around the Angaston township.
Rolf is at the Kurianda stall most weekends to share his range of products.