This particular Native Grape is most often found around the sunlit edges of rainforest areas or closed savannah woodland country. It grows as far south as Victoria. The strong woody vine can climb to the top of forest trees or be found scrambling through woody undergrowth. The shiny leaves are rich green and often produce a lush foliage hanging from the canopy. The underside of the leaves is pale grey in colour. During the months of Feb, Mar, Apr, and May, bunches of purple grapes, similar to domestic grapes, grow on the vine.
These grapes can be eaten raw and . . .