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We are excited to announce our new Bunabiri Bamboo Fibre Enviroware range has arrived.

If you’re looking for an eco-friendly product with an exclusive larger than life earthy designs then look no further than this stunning range of bamboo fibre enviroware products. The range all features unique art designed by extremely talented Australian Indigenous Artists Colin Jones and Luther Cora.

Best of all the range is lightweight and travel-friendly so you can take it with you wherever you go.

These beautiful eco-friendly products are made from responsibly sourced bamboo not plastic or melamine.

Key selling points regarding this on trend product.

  • Made from natural bamboo fibre
  • 100% Biodegradable – from the earth back to the earth
  • Eco friendly
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Fresh and natural appearance
  • Lightweight
  • Reduce the number of single use plastic cups, mugs, bowls and plates
  • Unique Indigenous designs designed in Australia by Indigenous Artists

Indigenous Artist Luther Cora
Dry & Wet Designs

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Since October 2019, the Australian bushfires have scorched millions of acres of land and destroyed more than a thousand homes and businesses. With people displaced and wildlife populations gutted Australians are reeling from the hundreds of devasting fires sweeping through parts of the country.

As a family business we feel humble to receive a small token of appreciation from The Chase Café, Kangaroo Island. This appreciation of our generous assistance for The Chase Café family business destroyed during the Kangaroo Island, South Australian bushfires.

As one of our valuable customers we wish The Chase Café all the success in time to rebuild and hope to start trading again with them soon.

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60 years on, from humble beginnings in March 1960 in Brendale, Queensland, WW Souvenirs have grown to be one of the most successful and relevant Wholesalers in the Australian Souvenir and Gift Industry.

From then until now we continue to source innovative, high quality merchandise both locally and overseas.

We proudly commenced working ethically with our Indigenous artists and partners 25 years ago and we have gained the respect of the Artists and the Indigenous Arts Council.

WW Souvenirs believe building strong relationships with our customers and suppliers is paramount to our continued success.We believe in a ‘hands on’ approach and regularly visit our customers in all states and territories as well as visiting suppliers in Australia and overseas.

Growing with technology and introducing our website in 2005, WW Souvenirs have made browsing and ordering from our website an easy and pleasant experience, but we still love to speak to our customers on the phone and value the personal contact.

Moving to new premises in Banyo 4 years ago, WW Souvenirs have developed a high standard in warehouse processes to supply and dispatch customer orders on time every time.

WW Souvenirs will continue our pursuit of excellent customer service and products well into the next 60 years.

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The team here at WW Souvenirs Gifts & Homewares had a friendly visit from the lovely ladies Shirley (Tjapukai General Manager) and Ashley (Events Coordinator) from Tjapukai. Tjapukai is where Australia begins. It is Australia’s most accessible venue to experience authentic Aboriginal culture dating back over 40,000 years.

Located in Cairns, Tropical North Queensland, Tjapukai has been sharing the authentic culture and traditions of the local Djabugay people for the past 28 years, providing employment opportunities for their people and giving the performers immense pride in demonstrating their culture.
Tjapukai’s mission has been about giving Australians and international visitors the opportunity to experience authentic Aboriginal culture and interact with Traditional Owners.

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Indigenous Art Code Dealer Membership

Exciting News

We are very proud to announce that we have been accepted as new members of the Indigenous Art Code.

This demonstrates that we have been ethically dealing with our Indigenous Artists and paying royalties for many years.

The Indigenous Art Code membership provides confidence to all our customers purchasing the Bunabiri Brand.

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