We source and stock quality Australian hand-made and/or licensed products from a range of suppliers including:
Art centres – Aboriginal owned non-profit social enterprises
- Anindilyakwa Arts – Groote Eylandt NT – beautiful digitally printed fabrics and silk scarves
- Babbarra Designs – Maningrida, Central Arnhem Land NT – screen and lino printing fabrics – all made by hand
- Buku Larrnggay Mulka – Yirrkala, NE Arnhem Land NT – barks, wood sculptures and limited edition prints
- Bula’bula Arts – Ramingining, Central Arnhem Land NT, hand printed fabric lengths, natural fibre weavings and paintings
- Ikuntji Artists – Haasts Bluff NT – hand printed fabric lengths, accessories, cushion covers and limited edition prints
- Juluwarlu Art Group – editioned prints and fabrics
- Merrepen Arts – fabrics
- Papulankutja Artists – Blackstone and Jameson in the Ngannyatjara Lands of WA. Digitally printed fabrics.
- Tjanpi Weavers – APY and NG Lands of Central Australia, Aboriginal owned social enterprise creating quirky and cheerful handwoven sculptures
- Warlukurlangu Artists – Yuendumu NT, small and large canvases and cute metal dogs
Fair Trade & more
We look for ethical businesses to partner with and have found some beauties!
- A.N.D. Fair Trade Cambodia – make our superb Hawaiian shirts and some of our clothing
- Better World Arts – Australian Fair Trade accredited social enterprise that makes quality homewares, accessories in partnership with First Nations artists
- Beebee & Bongo – Tactile educational toys made in Cambodia. Each Beebee+Bongo product is carefully handmade by the artisan women of Cambodia Knits, a provisional member of WFTO.
- Brumby Sunstate – book distributors who are fabulous at sourcing diverse and wonderful titles for us – children’s books, art, culture, First Nations, environmental and more
- Flying Fox Fabrics – women’s and men’s accessories made with hand printed fabric including wallets, purses, cross-body bags and unisex satchels.
- Kaiyu Superfoods – Aboriginal owned enterprise producing Australian native fruit freeze dried powders: specialists in Top End bush foods
- One of Twelve – Australian organisation that showcases the work of emerging and established artists from the Asia Pacific region. We stock bilums from PNG, silk scarves and ties with First Nations Designs
- Northern Tamanu Oils – products made from wild harvested Tamanu Oil, right here in Darwin
- First Nations artists: Rodney King, Gloreen Campion, Helen Kamajirr, Betty Milliken, Enosh Wurrkidj
- Diane Lucas – Darwin writer, teacher, researcher who also publishes children’s books
- Eric Nunn – Darwin jeweller working in silver with gems and local stone
- Robert Wynne/Denizen Glass Studio – glass artist
- Anne Phelan and John Clark of Framed Gallery (operated on the same site for 33 years until 2017) have an outstanding collection of contemporary Australian art
- David Hancock Books – Darwin photographer who produces superb specialist books on the history and cultures of the Top End