of East Arnhem Land
of East Arnhem Land
Knowledge Water is sustainably sourced from a rainforest spring in our homeland community at Mandjawuy, Northern Territory. We are a majority-Indigenous-owned business supporting jobs and education on our homeland. We invite you to share our sacred water and the knowledge of the Yolngu.
Refresh Yourself. Empower Our Community
Our people, the Yolngu, have lived in East Arnhem Land for countless generations. Water has always been at the heart of our culture. It is a symbol of knowledge, and a powerful link to our past. Now we are using water to secure our future.
How to get involved
Knowledge Water is perfect for tourism businesses, zoos, aquariums, galleries, grocers, cafes, government departments and offices. Buy in bulk for your office or become a reseller / partner.
We are packaging pure water from the natural spring on our land at Mandjawuy and selling it across Arnhem Land and around Australia.
This is a majority Yolngu business but we are working together with our Ngapaki partners. We are independent, but we are not alone – yaka gana.
By supporting Knowledge Water you are helping create Yolngu jobs, Yolngu education and Yolgnu independence.
Knowledge Water is sustainably sourced from a rainforest spring in the heart of our homeland community at Mandjawuy in East Arnhem Land. Every year more than 1420mm of monsoon rain replenishes the spring, producing more water than we will ever use.
Our water is soft, sweet and so pure that we can package it in its natural form.
Treading a little lighter
In keeping with our deep connection to our land, our pack is made using paperboard from FSC certified renewable sources (plus a small amount of plant-based plastic) and has one of the lowest lifecycle carbon footprints of all major packaging formats. It is also recyclable, reusable and BPA free.
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