Although also included in Oceania, Australia - including mainland Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea - and Zeelandia - which includes New Zealand - are separate continents.
Sometimes food originating these countries are labeled as 'bush food'.
This does not mean the place where it is found, the bush, but the knowledge that it is indigenous food, which was used by the original population for the arrival of Westerners to this region. Often they are products that have been collected for millennia by the traditionally nomadic population, who are called aborigines.
An example of this is Tasmanian pepper.