Introducing a celebration of Australia’s natural beauty, Bush Magic is inspired by the work of artist Julianne Ross Allcorn. Magical Australian flora and fauna are vibratingly alive as the bush descends into night, inviting you to listen and smell with your eyes. Paired with a line from ‘On Australian Hills’ by poet Ada Cambridge, we invite you to seek out the unique and precious creatures we love so much but are so close to losing.

Bush Magic Candle

Descend into the magical night

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Bush Magic Mini

Mini magic, big on scent

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Bush Magic Room Mist

The scent of the bush for rooms & linens

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SWC X Julianne Ross Allcorn

It is with great excitement that we share our collaboration with the accomplished Australian artist, Julianne Ross Allcorn. Our latest scent Bush Magic was inspired by Julianne’s work, which is instantly recognisable as a richly layered expression of the mystical vibrancy found in the hidden flora and fauna of our native land.

From a tropical childhood in Papua New Guinea, where her love of drawing was ignited, to her flourishing art practice and teaching schedule that sees her travelling the world, Julianne’s tenacious approach to mark marking is scaffolded by her whip-sharp observation skills and a disciplined background in dance.

We sat down with Julianne to chat about her art journey and practice, as well as the beautiful collaboration with Southern Wild Co. Ever the teacher, Juli also imparts brilliant advice for emerging artists.


The Scent Story

Transportative and mysterious, our new Bush Magic fragrance is inspired by the Australian bush itself. It has been handcrafted using the finest ingredients for optimum scent throw and magical light.

TOP Anise Myrtle / Wild Herbs
HEART Eucalyptus / Cardamon / Geranium
BASE Patchouli / Cedarwood / Australian Sandalwood

The Poem

And now we hear
the fairy-echoes fall
Where distant curlews call,
And how the silence thrills
With the night-voices
of the glens and hills,
Rustling in reeds and
tinkling in the rills,
Bubbling in creek and pool
Where frogs are wooing
in the shallows cool.

An excerpt from
On Australian Hills by Ada Cambridge