For Little Rebel, it’s all about the coffee. Husband and wife team Peter and Trish started in the café business in 2010 and soon discovered that the coffee available for them to offer their customers simply wasn’t good enough. If you’re going to serve coffee, why not serve the best right?
A successful freelance food stylist, Fiona Rigg loves all things organic, natural and aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Based in Red Hill, with a shed converted into a state of the art commercial kitchen that oozes style, charm and warmth, Fiona has used her business acumen, design skills, understanding of food and love of dogs to turn a passion into a business. PAWDinkum is now available online via pawdinkum.com.au, and ask for it by name at your local vet and favourite gourmet grocer. Now in her third year, her connection with the local community is taking the business to new heights. With all her products produced in Red Hill, and with her employment of local staff, Fiona is now taking her range overseas with an export market in Japan and new ventures taking her products further afield. From little things big things grow. PAWDinkum is now available online via pawdinkum.com.au, and ask for it by name at your local vet and favourite gourmet grocer.
Fabrics & creativity is the catch cry for Treehouse Textiles at their new Mornington store on the Pen & it’s packed with an amazing selection of colourful & contemporary fabrics. Emma Di Stefano & Sarah Kuter (Treehouse Textiles) also offer an extensive range of fun workshops in patchwork, quilting, knitting, crochet and ‘Sit & Sew’.
From the rolling hills and clay soils of Red Hill to sandy flatlands around Moorooduc and the dunes towards Cape Schanck, the Peninsula’s diverse geology and landscape offers the perfect conditions for an abundance of wonderful native plants to thrive.
A little more than a decade ago, neither jewellery making nor the Mornington Peninsula were on Ange Winter’s radar. Yet life has a way of changing plans.
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