Scientific Name

Austromyrtus dulcis

Also Known As

midgem berry, midginberry, silky myrtle


Coastal areas of northern New South Wales and south-east Queensland


Sweet taste similar to blueberries with a slight hint of ginger and cinnamon.


Midyim berries are most often eaten raw and can be used as a sweet addition to savoury salads, tossed in with yoghurt, or in a variety of desserts and jams.

Additional Info

Known to be a favourite fruit among indigenous people.

The berries provide a good source of iron, calcium, vitamin C and dietary fibre.

Midyim shrubs produce nectar which is great for attracting wildlife including bees, butterflies and honeyeater birds.

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