Skip to content


Your cart is empty

Our Truffle Partners

Turalla Truffles

New South Wales
Elevation: 695m
Tree Species:
English Oak (Quercus robur), Hazelnut (Corylus avellana),
French Oak (Quercus ilex)
Number of Trees: 2000

Established in 2005, Turalla Truffles graces the landscape near the quaint village of Bungendore in the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales. This area, traditionally connected with the Ngarigo people, is renowned for its gently undulating hills and fertile valleys.

The Bungendore region's reputation as a truffle haven is now well established and stems from two pivotal factors: first, the temperate climate marked by distinct seasons, with cold winters punctuated by regular frosts (60 per winter on average) and moderate rainfall,

fostering ideal conditions for truffle cultivation; and secondly, the area's fertile clay loam and gravel soils on well drained slopes provide a perfect foundation for truffle growth. Under the stewardship of Damian Robinson, his wife Lindsay, and their dedicated team,

Turalla Truffles continues to flourish. Guided by the spirited leadership of their Jack Russell team, led by the irrepressible Frisbee, Turalla Truffles embraces the truffle hunting adventure with commitment and enthusiasm. The truffle season at Turalla unfolds from mid-June to late August, peaking in July.