Tou’s Garden

Australian Mango Exporters

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Australian Mango exporters

Varieties

Kensington Pride Mango

Kensington Pride

Kensington Pride is the most popular Australian mango, often called Bowen Mango, due to its place of origin.

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R2E2 Mangoes

R2E2

With it’s long shelf life, the R2E2 is sought after on the export market making it suitable for export by sea or air.

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Nam Doc Mai Mangoes

Nam Doc Mai

Originating from Thailand is perhaps one of the world’s most versatile mangoes for all requirements and eating stages.

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Maha Chanok Mangoes

Maha Chanok

A large, regular bearing fiberless fruit with a flat seed similar in shape to Nam Doc Mai mangoes.

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Tahitian Limes

Tahitian Limes

The most popular lime grown in Australia, it is a widely used flavouring for food and drinks.

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Kensington Pride Mangoes

Kensington Pride

Most popular Australian mango, often called Bowen Mango, due to its place of origin.

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R2E2 Mangoes

R2E2

With it’s long shelf life, this variety is sought after on the export market making it suitable for export by sea or air.

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Nam Doc Mai Mangoes

Nam Doc Mai

Originating from Thailand this variety is perhaps one of the world’s most versatile mangoes for all requirements and eating stages.

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Maha Chanok Mangoes

Maha Chanok

A large, regular bearing fiberless fruit with a flat seed similar in shape to Nam Doc Mai mangoes.

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Tahitian Limes

Tahitian Limes

Tahitian Lime Tree produces lime green citrus fruits also known as Persian

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R2E2 Mango Exporters Australia

Exporting mangos for over 26 years

Originally Tou’s Garden was established to assist with the management of mango plantations in Howard Springs, Berry Springs and the new development at Acacia Gap.  All conveniently located within the Northern Territory of Australia. All operations are now consolidated at Acacia Gap, which is around 45 minutes by road from Darwin, the northernmost city in Australia with both an international air and sea port.

The current plantings of 35,000 trees comprise:

17,000 Kensington Pride mango trees
11,000 R2E2 mango trees
2,000 Nam Doc Mai trees
3,500 Maha chanook mango trees
1,500 Tahitian lime trees

A new planting of 19,000 young Maha chanook mango trees has commenced on an adjoining property. There are 1,000 specialised Keow Savoy.

Our new state of the art packing shed with 4 star accommodation facility focuses on the supply of produce to the international and domestic market.