12 Days of Waalitj Hub
In the lead up to Christmas, we are featuring Aboriginal owned businesses that are perfect for filling your Christmas stockings!
MOCHA BABY CAKERY
Mocha Baby Cakery specialise in delicious buttercream cakes that are custom made to suit your event. They also bake gourmet cupcakes, macarons, personalised cookies and slices.
Paperbark prints sells greeting cards. Each print tells it’s own unique story to spread joy, connection and culture. Through each design, all people can connect and learn more about Aboriginal Australia.
Buffie Corunna sells earrings and commissioned pieces, both digital and acrylic paint on canvas. Buffie creates her artwork by taking inspiration from clients and her connection to her culture. She loves using Aboriginal symbols to portray a story and narrative.
DEADLY DIVA EXPERIENCES
Deadly Diva Experiences provide spiritually enriching tours and experiences for women including bushfood survival, art and healing and wildflower wanderings. They also sell origami totes, bush survival kit and reed diffusers.
Carleen Ryder creates one of a kind fluid and resin art on serving boards, coasters and wall art.Carleen will also be selling her products at Carnarvon Main Street Christmas Market on Saturday 18th December.
BLACK PIG DELI
Black Pig Deli provides a platform for epicureans to discover and taste the best artisanal foods available. Inspired by great food, Black Pig Deli provides customers with supportive and creative food inspiration, a true delicatessen stocked for today’s lifestyle and passion for entertaining.
MANDUBARRA SPIRIT CREATIONS
Mandubarra Spirit Creations offer a wide range of products including Baby, Kids & Adults clothes for the entire family to wear proudly anytime, anywhere! Hand-made Clothing, Jewellery, Home & Living and Phone Accessories are also available.
NGALANG MOORT ARTWORK
Ngalang Moort Artwork create handmade boards, pots, and canvas’s with contemporary Aboriginal Art. Currently they have Christmas edition grazing boards for sale.
Ngurrangga Tours mostly operates from Karratha and offers visitors a unique experience of the Pilbara through the eyes of a traditional owner. Guests are given the opportunity to learn about bush foods and medicines, explore stunning locations, view and understand ancient rock art in the world’s largest outdoor rock art gallery, hear traditional stories and listen to traditional songs sung using the wirra (boomerang).
Deadly Denim is a business with a social impact, aiming to be as sustainable as possible. Deadly Denim uses recycled jackets and offers customisation where they sew your choice of textile onto your own jacket.