Essence of Australia®

(A) BULK TEA TREE LEAF Dried, Milled and Graded

A natural bioactive exfoliant for use in personal care products and production of naturopathic tinctures.
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Australian Blue Cypress

The jewel in our Australian essential oils crown...
Australian Blue Cypress »


Australian Peppermint

Grown in the Southern regions, where greater day length approximates its native Mediterranean locations...
Australian Peppermint »


Australian Spearmint

Australian Spearmint essential oil, unlike Peppermint, contains little or no menthol. Its significant constituents are carvone (over 70%), dihydrocarvone, and limonene.
Australian Spearmint »


Blue Gum Eucalyptus

The essential oil distilled from the leaves is very high in cineole, up to 90%...
Blue Gum Eucalyptus »


Eucalyptus Radiata

Generally regarded as the finest of the therapeutic cineole-type Eucalyptus oils...
Eucalyptus Radiata »


Lemon Eucalyptus

Lemon Eucalyptus owes much of its distinctive lemon fragrance to citronellal...
Lemon Eucalyptus »


Lemon Ironbark

Its plant chemical constituents give the oil a much less aggressive aroma profile than either Lemon Myrtle or Lemon Tea Tree...
Lemon Ironbark »


Lemon Myrtle

Well-known in Australian cuisine circles for its fine rounded lemon notes...
Lemon Myrtle »


Lemon Tea Tree

Not a Melaleuca, rather, an entirely different genus and species...
Lemon Tea Tree »



Maximum efficacy blend in a Micromel (terpinen-4-ol) and nerolidol base. Terpinen-4-ol is ubiquitous throughout the plant kindgom, appearing to protect the plant against microbial attack. Nerolidol is an antimicrobial isolate from Melaleuca quinquenervia-Chemotype LN, and is widely used in pharmaceutical transdermal patches for enhanced delivery of the active material.
Melablend »



Around 50/50 linalool and nerolidol,giving very distinctive lavender and lilac notes...
Nerolina »



Our reliable supply of Niaouli has a particularly clean and fruity aroma, and consistent analysis...
Niaouli »



One of the most fragrant of the Melaleuca oils; very variable in analysis from different locations.
Rosalina »


Tea Tree Premium Select

Melaleuca alternifolia yields an essential oil recognised as one of nature's most effective and versatile healers...
Tea Tree Premium Select »


"Smells are surer than sounds and sights to make heartstrings crack." – Rudyard Kipling

100% PURE ESSENTIAL OILS – Responsibly and Sustainably Grown in the Pristine Australian Environment

Australia is a huge storehouse of essential oil-bearing plants, most of which have only been given a cursory investigation. In many cases, they have been used used directly from the plant by the Australian aboriginal peoples for thousands of years as part of an Aboriginal Pharmacopaeia. Versatile plant oils from The Australian Essential Oil Company are used in aromatherapy, natural health products and traditional therapies, cosmeceuticals, perfumes, top-range cosmetics and toiletries. They are also utilised in industrial, technical, and agribusiness products.

Choose from the list of oils below:



Australian Blue Cypress Essential Oil - Callitris intratropica

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Australian Blue Cypress oil was chosen as the “Essence of the Sydney 2000 Olympics”. It is now used extensively in a wide range of innovative products throughout the world.

True Australian Blue Cypress is produced by steam distillation from the wood ofCallitris intratropica. Beware of counterfeits.

With its woody, smoky fragrance with sweet “liquorice” undertones, Australian Blue Cypress has similarities to Sandalwood oils (Santalum album, Amyris balsamifer), Guaiacwood oil (Bulnesia sarmienti), Vetiver (Vetiveria zizanioides), and some of the Cedarwood oils.

Its main uses are in perfumery, cosmetics and aromatherapy.

Its properties are similar to Blue Chamomile oil, but with a much more grounding character.

A very good oil for blending, with a dominant woody base note, it helps to anchor top and middle notes.

Use at low concentrations for balanced dry-down. Blue Cypress has some unique characteristics in the world of essential oils as it contains guaiazulene, which is not found in other natural essential oils derived from wood. This gives it its striking blue color and may also confer anti-inflammatory qualities similar to those of the other natural azulenic oils, such as Blue Chamomile, Artemisia and Tansy.

Blue Cypress has low toxicity and skin irritancy; but as with all essential oils, should be used sparingly. Avoid contact with eyes.

Blends well with other Australian essential oils and with tangy/citrus, Lavender or floral essential oils.