Tidal Magazine is a youth publication that showcases young talent in the area of surfing, skating, art, fashion, music and culture. Based on the beautiful Queensland coastline, Tidal brings light to some of the amazing local talent as well as changing some of the stereotypes about young people. On top of this, all of the funds raised will be going directly to Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, to support crucial marine conservation efforts. Tidal is a collection of young people making things happen, with over 100 pages of pure content, it is more of a book than magazine. As Tidal is a collaboration, the stall will also be selling pieces from artists, photographers and musicians that are included in the publication.
Beautiful locally made & designed fashion for women aged 18-35. One off designer dresses, shorts tops & skirts.
Veg Out produces healthy lunch options and raw treats. Yum.
The Stone Co.
Handmade marble products including cheese platters, marble trays, coasters, stone homewares and furniture with marble inlays.
Shraddha Henna Designs
Mehndi or Henna is a herbal paste that can be applied into various designs using a cone shaped tube. Mehndi is a ceremonial art form which originated in ancient India. Its applied mainly in the hands and feet and is just like a temporary tattoo. Once applied the colour stands for 10-15 days.
A collection of locally designed Neoprene and Spandex/Nylon Swimwear, as well as handmade dresses and beach wraps.
Ditlef & Co
Organic/Vegan street food stall. All items on the menu are vegan, whole food and organic where possible. All aspects in creating the burger including patties, condiments, sauces, jams and preserves are made entirely from scratch by Ditlef & Co.