Sunspace Café | Wybalena Organic Farm | Climate Wave Enterprises | Tirtyl | Flow Yoga Wear | Folk Byron Bay | Living Tiny and Green | myenergi | Wheel and Spoon
Sunspace Café is a cafe and eco shop located at the corner of Eumundi-Noosa Road and Beddington Road, Doonan. They serve delicious food using seasonal, organic ingredients - much is produced from their very own biodynamic garden.
Wybalena Organic Farm is a purpose built retreat centre in the Byron Bay Shire that provides an ideal space to relax, rejuvenate, learn new skills and connect with likeminded people. Wybalena Organic Farm values and practices sustainability and does their best to limit their impact on the environment. They compost all green waste and have installed significant renewable energy systems.
Climate Wave Enterprises provide sustainable event management advice, practices & services to deliver events that conform with international sustainable standards. They work with the planet for positive ethical and social outcomes, and provide a holistic recreational event experience that engages all stakeholders in a journey that will reduce environmental impact whilst having fun.
Tirtyl is an Australian zero-waste home care store that offers a just-add-water range for the home, hands and body. Tirtyl products are formulated with safety in mind for both people and the environment. This means they are free from parabens, phosphates, ammonia, VOCs, chlorine bleach, triclosan and phthalates.
The passion project of Australian Designer, Kylie Morris., Flow Yoga Wear is a proud Australian business with a hands-on approach - every legging and crop top garment being personally printed and hand cut before being handed over to the skilful hands of a young, Brisbane based manufacturing company. It is a label that is proud to support small, ethical manufacture both in Australia and overseas.
Folk Byron Bay is a local cafe committed to vegetarian and plant based eating, offering delicious food made only from organic, ethically-produced ingredients. Featured in the Good Food Guide's Top 20 destinations to visit in Australia, Folk Byron Bay can be found at Ewingsdale Road, Byron Bay.
Living Tiny and Green is a website that documents one Australian family's off-grid life in their DIY tiny & solar micro grid home. One of their biggest reasons for building a tiny house is the desire to live in a zero emissions home. Their goal is to use renewable energies to power appliances, and be independent of power and gas companies, even if they sell green energy.
myenergi is a passionate team of experts, activists & inventors on a mission to change the world by supplying homes and businesses globally with renewable energy products and smart devices.
Wheel and Spoon offers unique gelato tricycles available for weddings and event hire. Their traditional tricycles offer a range of locally crafted happiness (gelato) served in style. Wheel and Spoon is based in the sunny Gold Coast, but they also pedal to Byron Bay, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.