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We comprehend the regulatory situation in Australia and New Zealand and have many clients in these countries. None have reported any problems receiving their orders. All orders of Canntica are fully traced and we guarantee delivery. If you don’t get your Canntica, you can choose to be sent a replacement or receive your money back.
All orders to Burra, South Australia are shipped by Express Post from within Australia.
We know that choosing the right company for Hemp oil is a top priority and means getting the best value for the money. At Canntica, our promise is in sharing to the planet the profound health advantages of Hemp oil through our best quality products. We promise you that the quality of our products is of the highest standards and purity available on the market today. In fact, these are the identical products we use for ourselves and our families. It is our quest to make sure that the optimum standards of the Canntica brand is recognized around the world as the number one trusted supplier in the industry.
Burra is a pastoral centre and historic tourist town in the mid-north of South Australia. It lies east of the Clare Valley in the Bald Hills range, part of the northern Mount Lofty Ranges, and on Burra Creek. The town began as a single company mining township that, by 1851, was a set of townships (company, private and government-owned) collectively known as “The Burra”. The Burra mines supplied 89% of South Australia’s and 5% of the world’s copper for 15 years, and the settlement has been credited (along with the mines at Kapunda) with saving the economy of the struggling new colony of South Australia. The Burra Burra Copper Mine was established in 1848 mining the copper deposit discovered in 1845. Miners and townspeople migrated to Burra primarily from Cornwall, Wales, Scotland and Germany. The mine first closed in 1877, briefly opened again early in the 20th century and for a last time from 1970 to 1981.
When the mine was exhausted and closed the population shrank dramatically and the townships, for the next 100 years, supported pastoral and agricultural activities. Today the town continues as a centre for its surrounding farming communities and, being one of the best-preserved towns of the Victorian era in Australia, as a historic tourist centre.
The Burra Charter, which outlines the best practice standard for cultural heritage management in Australia, is named for a conference held here in 1979 by Australia ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) where the document was adopted.
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