Our Suppliers

Robert Wynne - Songlines Darwin

Glass pear and apple – Robert Wynne

We source and stock quality Australian hand-made and/or licensed products from a range of suppliers including:

    • Tjanpi Weavers – Aboriginal owned enterprise creating quirky and cheerful handwoven sculptures from the APY and NG Lands of Central Australia
    • Ikuntji Artists – Aboriginal owned enterprise creating hand printed fabric lengths, accessories, cushion covers and limited edition prints
    • Bula’bula Arts – Aboriginal owned enterprise creating hand printed fabric lengths, natural fibre weavings and paintings
    • Warlukurlangu Artists – Aboriginal owned enterprise creatingsuperbly painted small and large canvases and cute metal dogs from Yuendumu in Central Australia
    • Buku Larrnggay Mulka – Aboriginal owned enterprise creating paintings on bark, wood sculptures and limited edition prints
    • Better World Arts cups, plates, kitchen utensils, cushions, wallhangings, rugs
    • Flying Fox Fabrics – women’s and men’s accessories made with hand printed fabric including wallets, purses, cross-body bags and unisex satchels.
    • Publisher Textiles – women’s clothing made from hand-printed fabrics
    • Roogenic
    • Viva La Body – personal products including soaps, deodorants, solid shampoos and conditioners
    • Kaiyu Superfoods – Aboriginal owned enterprise producing Australian native fruit freeze dried powders: specialists in Top End bush foods
    • Robert Wynne/Denizen Glass Studio – glass artist
    • Eric Nunn – Darwin jeweller working in silver with gems and local stone
    • Chips Mackinolty – Darwin artist creating designs for digitally printed fabric
    • John Clark and Anne Phelan of Framed Gallery have an outstanding collection of contemporary Australian art
    • JB Books – wide range of children’s, art, Indigenous Australian culture, natural history, local history, reference and general books
    • David Hancock Books – Darwin photographer who produces superb specialist books on the history and cultures of the Top End

David Hancock The Stone Country - at Songlines Darwin