Dja-Wonmuruk is an Indigenous, organic, herbal loose leaf tea company handmade and created by Sharlee Dunolly-Lee, a proud Dja Dja Wurrung Woman, on Dja Dja Wurrung Country in Victoria, Australia.  Functioning at Castlemaine & Bendigo Farmers Markets, Dja-Wonmuruk was first conceptualized in early 2019 and officially launched at the Harcourt Apple Fest in March 2020, with the official website launching in August 2020. 

      Widely acclaimed for its health benefits, our Wonmuruk is highly recommended as a delightful cleansing tea. We also consider the social, ethical and environmental impacts of our supply chain.

      This means we are beginning to make environmental sustainability considerations to our procurement process. 
      • Our products contain certified organically grown Green and Black Tea, and at least 90% of our ingredients are sourced within Australia.
      • We proudly source ingredients from Indigenous growers & harvesters where the benefit flows back to Indigenous Australians.
      • All of our ingredients are grown naturally with a commitment to environmental management. For example: tender young leaves are hand-picked at the optimum time to produce a tea, delicate in flavor and sweet in aroma.

      When you choose to order with us, you’re doing your bit to help our environment, and  our future. Every order we receive will automatically be sent carbon neutral, at no extra cost. We're committed to delivering better environmental outcomes, which is why we choose to deliver your orders with Australia Post. 

      Our Padded Mailers can be recycled in REDcycle bins at major supermarkets, and our Recycled Padded Mailers are 100% recyclable - just be sure to remove and trash any shipping stickers! 

      We also created a business card that's good for the planet and great for getting noticed. Made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper, you''ll be happy to know that our business cards are eco-friendly! 

      Please be sure to wash and recycle/reuse our packaging after use.  

       

       

      WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE TRADITIONAL CUSTODIANS OF THE LAND ON WHICH WE LIVE AND WORK AND PAY OUR RESPECTS TO THE ELDERS BOTH PAST AND PRESENT. WE HONOR, RESPECT AND CELEBRATE THE SPIRITUAL, CULTURAL AND CUSTOMARY CONNECTIONS OF TRADITIONAL OWNERS TO COUNTRY. WE RESPECT AND CELEBRATE THE BIODIVERSITY THAT FORMS PART OF THAT COUNTRY.