Truffle Hill

Nestled among the towering karri forests of Manjimup lies Truffle Hill, Australia’s premier farm producing the world’s most coveted black truffles. A singular vision led Truffle Hill to be established in 1997: cultivating and offering the highest quality Black Périgord (Tuber Melanosporum) truffles in Australia. We chose the famed terroir of Manjimup, Western Australia, because of its climate and environment rivalling Périgord, France. We planted the first truffle-inoculated hazelnut and oak trees on vast rolling hills studded with towering forest giants. With this act, we pioneered black truffle farming in mainland Australia.

Today, our 52-hectare estate, harmoniously integrated with vineyards and orchards, spans over 55 kilometres of meticulously arranged hazel and oak trees. As the Southern Hemisphere’s leading truffle producer, our commitment to research and quality has made us one of the world’s largest single-farm producer of black truffles. Our truffles are acclaimed globally for their outstanding aroma, flavour complexity and unrivalled consistency.