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Bushells is encouraging Aussies to open up over a cuppa. There’s no better time to talk than now.

About Bushells

A rich taste enjoyed by generations since 1883

Our range of teas

A taste of home, all day long – Breakfast to Evening

How to make the perfect cuppa

Nothing beats the?perfect brew – rich, refreshing and golden

The story of tea

How?our favourite beverage was discovered – and is?produced today

Is it as good as Bushells?

In 1883 Alfred ‘The Tea Man’ Bushell opened his first tea shop in Queensland, offering a distinctvely smooth and full-flavoured tea.

Through two world wars, floods, droughts, booms and busts, Australia has changed a lot. But it’s nice to know some things haven’t.

Now, who’s for a cuppa?

The Story of Tea