23 November 2022 Support Indigenous Businesses this festive season TweetShareShareEmailBuffer Leading up to Christmas, we wanted to put the spotlight on our incredible Indigenous businesses that have unique products and gifts. Support Indigenous businesses this festive season and head on over to their pages to see what you can find! Marrawuy journeys Marrawuy Journeys is founded by contemporary Aboriginal artist Sarah Richards and is a 100% Aboriginal owned business. Sarah offers Unique gifts perfect for any occasion. Sarah’s art is beautiful and would make an incredible gift for your loved ones. Head to her website to find: Inspiring original artworks that are created on high quality thick stretched canvas using professional acrylic paints. These art pieces come lacquered and ready to hang with accompanying story and certificate of authenticity.Fine art prints that are printed locally in Canberra on Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310gsm archival paper using pigment inks.Homewares and small gift ideas including cushions, aprons, tea towels, calendars, notebooks and even puzzles that will brighten and inspire any space in the home or office. 2. Baagi Milaygin Baagi Milaygin provides a therapeutic bush beauty product range that are made using Australian Native plant-based ingredients. These bush beauty products have been created from handed down knowledge, and are incorporated into modern products. Product ingredients include: Lemon Myrtle, Pink Clay, White Clay, Gumbi Gumbi, Kunzea Oil, Emu Bush Oil, Sandalwood, Blue Cypress, Rosalina. This is perfect for our Mums, Nans, Sisters and Aunties! 3. Chocolate on Purpose If you’re looking for a sweet treat this Christmas, look no further – we’ve got you covered! Check out Indigenous Business, Chocolate on Purpose. These ladies know how to make incredible chocolate. Chocolate On Purpose is based in Millthorpe NSW and combines couverture chocolate with Australian Indigenous botanicals to create their Bush Food Chocolate range. In their shop, you’ll find Christmas Chocolate Hampers, Dark Chocolate with Gulling (Finger Lime), Milk Chocolate with Quandong (Guwandang) & Macadamia Nut (Boombera) and much more! Head over to their website to make sure you don’t miss out! 4. Brandy Rose If you are want the perfect gift for your bubbas, Brandy Rose creates ethical, unique and quality handmade accessories. What started out as a hobby, has now become a successful business for Indigenous business owner, Paige Coe. The Bundjulung woman started her small business, ‘Brandy Rose’ when she couldn’t find Aboriginal designed baby clothing for her children. So, she decided to make them herself. From matching Bibs and Scrunchies to Nourish Boxes for mum! Our absolute favourite are the personalised Christmas Baubles with a scrunchie inside! Shop right here on their Facebook page! 5. Caressa Designs Owned by Gumbayngirr woman, Caressa creates unique, modern, wearable clothing for your bubba. They make children’s clothing and accessories to keep our young ones wrapped in culture. Caressa uses 100% cotton fabric, which is plant based, light weight and breathable. From nappy covers to Little boy shirts, Caressa’s designs is another great Unique Indigenous business you must have on your Christmas shopping list.