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  • Essential oils on Australian farms

    Essential oils on Australian farms

    When it comes to home-grown essential oils, the sentiment rings true: the more the merrier. We genuinely believe that essential oils grown locally can support farmers, consumers and our industry. In this post, we share a few reasons why.
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  • Meet the earthYARD team

    Meet the earthYARD team

    In this digital world, it's always nice to get to know some of the people that bring us our favourite products. Our people are the most essential aspect of our beloved essential oils, so we thought we'd give you a little introduction to a few of our team members.

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  • Sustainability at earthYARD

    Sustainability at earthYARD

    Sustainability is serious business at earthYARD, as is transparency. Because we rely on the fruits of mother nature, we feel obliged to do our bit to keep our earth healthy.  So we thought we’d give you a quick run-down of how we keep the health of our planet in mind.
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  • A Guide to our New Look Trios

    A Guide to our New Look Trios

    Are you looking to start your essential oil collection economically, or want to gift these natural goodies to someone special? We put a lot of thought into what oils group well together for blending, uses and needs to create gorgeous essential oil Trio collections.
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    Do you have a winning recipe for natural beauty or household products that you would love to share with the earthYARD community?   Submit your entries to or PM/DM us through insta or facebook for your #chancetowin a $50...

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  • Go Aussie Produced

    Go Aussie Produced

    Supporting Australian produced products is our goal. Every year we come across new producers trying to establish oil plantations locally that would typically be grown overseas. EarthYARD is proud to announce that we have the first Australian produced Camellia oil.

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  • Spotlight on Pink Peppercorn - earthYARD

    Spotlight on Pink Peppercorn

    Take a journey down many of our beautiful country towns and you'll notice streets littered with Peppercorn trees. Funnily enough, this tree Schinus molle is not a native to Australia despite it's widespread appearance. Pink Peppercorn is actually a Peruvian native.

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