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Sustainable Traders 10th October 2022

Sustainable Traders 10th October 2022

South West Honey | Frayed the Label | Ironpot Artisan Alpine Bakery | Call Me The Breeze | Rye Cafe | Highfield Farm and Woodland | Ashculme Textiles | ROVE | Bassine Specialty Cheeses

South West Honey

South West Honey is 100% natural, cold extracted honey straight from hive to jar. Their boutique apiary is situated in the pristine south west corner of Western Australia, where their bees forage in a disease-free environment amongst 300 year old Karri and Redgum forest, providing one of the purest organic honeys in Australia.

Frayed the Label

Frayed the Label is an Australian fashion brand that focuses on sustainable production to ensure that they are having the lowest possible impact on the planet. All fabrics are custom designed and made to the highest quality, in collaboration with skilled artisans in India, using only natural fibre fabrics, with consideration of resource supply and seasonal environmental and geographical factors. 

Ironpot Artisan Alpine Bakery

Ironpot Artisan Alpine Bakery is a family run business born from the classic mix – love, want and need for quality, wholesome bread. Based in the Snowy Mountains of NSW, they produce handmade, artisan sourdough breads, stone baked in small batches from their micro-bakery.

Call Me The Breeze

Call Me The Breeze is an online clothing store focusing on brands who are active in the sustainability movement, creating products using recycled and sustainable fabrics and running their brands in a low-impact manner. All orders are packaged as plastic-free as possible - using acid-free tissue paper, 100% cotton drawstring bags, and 100% home compostable mailing satchels. 

Rye Cafe

Situated on Lonsdale Street in Braddon, ACT, Rye Cafe offers fresh, simple and delicious food for breakfast and lunch. They also serve wine and coffee from the best producers in Australia and afar.

Highfield Farm and Woodland

Highfield is a small-scale farm which aims to combine ethical and sustainable farming practices with the conservation of critically endangered Box Gum Grassy Woodland. They farm only one-third of the 820 acre property, with the remaining two-thirds, left as protected woodland. The farm is also an eco-retreat for couples and small families. Apart from accomodation, they also offer tours including self-guided walk in the bush trails, farming with habitat tour, heritage tour, and bird watching.

Ashculme Textiles

Ashculme Textiles is the creative vision of a mother and daughter, whose shared love for textile crafts brought them back together after 30 years of living on opposite sides of the globe. Each unique piece has been handwoven using yarn sourced from their own tribe of Suri alpacas. The fleeces are washed, carded & spun at a local mill, before they are returned, ready for dyeing or weaving. They dye all of their own yarn, using natural dyes and rainwater. Other yarns used for detailed work are sourced from existing supplies, op shop finds or like-minded small businesses. Ashculme Textiles uphold their values by supporting local businesses and being sustainable every step of the way. 


ROVE is a consciously made, feel good fashion label for light-hearted holiday feels. Designed in the relaxed Australian beach town of Byron Bay by founder Carolin, each ROVE piece has been mindfully created from high quality, plant-based, eco-conscious fibres like sustainable linen and Lenzing™ Ecovero™ viscose. They plan their production very carefully and offer pre-orders when styles are sold out to avoid overproduction. 

Bassine Specialty Cheeses

Bassine Specialty Cheeses is a producer of artisan cheese made on the farm, and sourced directly from their own herd of 180 Holstein Cows. They  have their own small cheese making factory built to exacting specifications on their 235-acre farm. Their HTST pasteurizer has also enabled them to bottle their own milk under the label 'Bass River Dairies'. Established by in 1966, Bassine continues to be a family run business.

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