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Hunting and Identifying Magic Mushrooms in Australia

Hallucinogenic mushrooms Australia hunting season. Hunting and Identifying Magic Mushrooms in Australia is a fun hobby with huge rewards. Just make sure you seek out to find your shroomies when it’s the right season. A little persistence and luck can go a long way if you’re not prepared. But our article will show you how a little knowhow and common sense. That way you’ll find hallucinogenic mushrooms Australia growing in cow paddies and fallen trees.

Identifying magic mushrooms

Magic mushrooms in Australia can look like every day, ordinary mushrooms. So, it is important to identify any mushrooms you collect. There are many poisonous varieties. Australia has many species of magic mushies that are easily mistaken for poisonous ones that can cause death. The key here is knowing how to properly identify hallucinogenic mushrooms in Australia.

Synthetic and Liquid Psilocybin

You can buy magic mushies dried in capsules and there is a synthetic form of the psilocybin. It’s a white crystalline powder and it’s used for making tablets and capsules. You can also use it dissolved in water. Most peolpe like dosing mushrooms this way to avoid the awful taste of shrooms. Other take the power, measure a small amount on a precise scale, then add it to orange juice for micro-dosing. They just stir it right in their juice and gulp it down as quick as possible without chocking.

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Buy Australian Liquid Mushrooms

Australian Liquid Psilocybin is also gaining popularity. Make sure you buy the best Japanese liquid mushrooms. It’s from a Japanese mushroom extract company called Fyoyo. They are the only ones manufacturing precise psilocybin doses.

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Best hallucinogenic mushrooms

Australia has at least 30 species of the best hallucinogenic magic mushrooms in the world. The most common are blue meanies, gold tops and liberty caps. We have many articles to read about Australian mushrooms, so visit that page to learn more. We hope you enjoy them all. There are so many mushrooms to hunt and so little time.

 

14 comments on “Hunting and Identifying Magic Mushrooms in Australia
  1. Terry Bick

    Hi I haven’t looked before I don’t know how to identify I found some would not like to poison myself

  2. Robbie

    Anywhere around cudlee creek or Kuitpo forest , you need clear frosty nights an sunny morning s , you should go early morning as they disappear by afternoon usually

    They are pretty difficult to spot but you could be standing amongst them , gt MUST have purple discolouration in the stem straight after picking , the tops are very shiny gold , I would normally boil up about 10 @. 10 cent piece size , is a good 3 hour trip , good visuals
    When I was younger me an 2 of my mate would drive around with 2 x2 litre coke bottles full of mushy juice just drinking it in a day , tripping for days

    • wowee

      Should I be searching in the pine forests at all or just cow paddocks ? Also have you ever been down by second valley? heard its good there.

  3. Yallourn Australia

    I’m keen to hunt down a few different species of magic mushies. Will I need to travel to far apart locatons or can I find them nearby each other in the same forest/paddy field?

  4. Dave Cummings

    Is it season yet to hunt in Mudgee? I’d like to go this week end with someone in the know.

  5. Amie

    Hi can someone please tell me where I can purchase / buy mushrooms from please? I live in Sydney and really want to take my dad on a trip. He is a bit stuck in life at the moment. Please anyone. It’s getting cold down here and chances of finding them soon will be slim.
    I would really be so happy if someone can help.

  6. Shroomsta

    Will I find the mushrooms in Mildura vic

  7. Aidan

    Anyone know we’re I can find blue meanies or gold caps in or near port Douglas far North Queensland

  8. Chris

    I’m keen to gather some mushrooms in hobart. I’ve only picked liberty caps in the uk and don’t want to pick the wrong ones. do Australian L caps look the same?

  9. Adam T.

    Hi , I live in northern Adelaide, I have had mushrooms for 25 yrs every now and then. I wouldn’t mind procuring some of my own rather than Ask around and…. ?. So “WILL ANYONE HELP ME TO FIND ANY GOOD AREAS AND TIMES OF YEAR TO GO. I WOULD BE APPRECIATIVE! !.

    • Glen Whitback

      I’m also a part-time partaker in your area, I’m almost 50. I can use some fresh air and company now that i’m widowed. Mushroom hunting is a great hobby. PM your contact info

  10. Dean Mcklein

    Good read, I am getting my gear ready to go “identifying” today. I hope to run into a few people in the woods to share some mushroom tea!

    Happy hunting

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