Waalitj Hub Christmas Gift Guide
Looking for a last minute Christmas gift? Check out these First Nations owned businesses – whether you’re looking for stocking fillers or a present for someone special, we’ve got you covered!
Art By CInta
Art by Cinta sells a range of beautiful artwork on both canvas and digital. She also takes commissions, including cheese board and custom shoes. Check out her Instagram below.
Know someone with a pair of new sneakers on their wish list? KR Customs are taking order for customised hand painted sneakers. See some of their designs on Facebook below.
Erika’s Artwork sells colourful artwork and homewares. Her largest artwork ‘A Pathway for Change’ (pictured) is currently available. You can find her on Instagram and Facebook.
Paperbark prints sells wrapping paper and 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.
Ngurrangga Tours offer 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.
Carol Martin has a range of her beautiful paintings available on her website. From her mini collection to her large feature pieces, you can find something for any budget!
Buffie Creative sells earrings and commissioned pieces, both digital and acrylic paint on canvas. She 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.