Aunty Dale Chapman in the media

University of QLD: $1.5M, 5yr project, to boost Indigenous-led bushfood industry

24 April, 2021

SBS TV - My Dilly Bag pivots and tackles COVID-19 head-on

08 April, 2021

SBS interviews bush food pioneer Aunty Dale Chapman whose business is largely in education. Thanks to a significant pivot during the COVID-19 pandemic Aunty Dale explains how she modernised and streamlined her programs to go virtual.


Permaculture Noosa: Collaboration announcement with My Dilly Bag

08 April, 2021

Permaculture Noosa announces a new collaboration with Aunty Dale Chapman at the Cooroy Community Permaculture Gardens. Aunty Dale joins the Leadership Group and is establishing a native bush tucker garden to increase awareness of the importance of native plants for medicine, food and other traditional uses.

Australian Native Products: Sharing the oldest foods in the world with each and every community.

08 April, 2021

Australian Native Products interviewed Aunty Dale Chapman to discover her vision and mission for My Dilly Bag and learn about the most famous of the thousand odd Myrtles in Australia - Lemon Myrtle.

Hospitality Magazine: Indigenous produce on menus has reached fever-pitch

08 April, 2021

Hospitality Magazine interviewed Aunty Dale Chapman to uncover current trends in Bushfoods, learn about produce options and how the industry should be progressing.

University of Queensland Facebook Live Video: Bush Tucker Garden Tour

08 April, 2021

The University of Queensland featured Aunty Dale in a Facebook Live event, showcasing one of UQ's Bush Tucker Gardens a cooking demonstration as well as sharing some insights into Aboriginal culture.

SBS NITV Radio: My Dilly Bag grows despite the pandemic

08 April, 2021

Aunty Dale appeared on SBS NITV Radio in Sept 2020 and discussed how My Dilly Bag has adapted and grown since COVID-19 changed our lives and revealed news about her new store.

Forage Fire Feast Special Events

16 March, 2020

My Dilly Bag chefs create one-of-a-kind experiences with one-off menus  celebrating the richness and diversity of Australia's First Nations Peoples.