Three cartons of Knowledge Water on a timber deck in front of a rainforest spring at the Manjawuy Indigenous CommunityThree cartons of Knowledge Water on a timber deck in front of a rainforest spring at the Manjawuy Indigenous Community
Pure springwater from the heart
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.

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Our Story

How to get involved

Buy our water

Sustainably sourced from our rainforest spring on country and packaged in environmentally friendly cartons. Buy once, or subscribe for a regular delivery directly to your door!

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Support our cause

Our registered charity, the Munyuku Trust, was established to ensure a strong educational and economic future for our community. Donate now to make a bigger difference.

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Our business

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.

Our Business

Our dream

By supporting Knowledge Water you are helping create Yolngu jobs, Yolngu education and Yolgnu independence.

Three Indigenous people construct a fence in Mandjawuy, NT

Knowledge Water is creating real, long-term jobs and making our community self-sufficient so we can take control of our destiny.

An Indigenous child sits cross legged on the floor in front of an open blank scrapbook in the Mandjawuy schoolhouse

We are using our profits to fund our homeland school so we can continue to teach our children in a safe environment on our land.

A proud Indigenous woman looks at the camera in front of a blurred bush background

We are also helping to train Yolngu people as teachers which is the key to keeping our culture strong for generations to come.

Our water

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.

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Thank you to our partners and supporters

Thanks also to our Strategic Advisory Group

Rod Baker, Bhavini Patel, Jono McCauley, John McLachlan, Ryan Fallowfield, Andrea Brydges, Rebekka Wake, Mark Allen, Patrick Allen, Stephen Maher, Damian Pincus, Phil Baldock, George O’Neil, Dan Cotton, Bernadette Gore, Christie Smyth, Carmel & Adam Wooding.