5 Indigenous-Owned Businesses To Support During Indigenous Business Month

5 Indigenous-Owned Businesses To Support During Indigenous Business Month

As we dive into Indigenous Business Month, it's impossible not to be inspired by the stories and passions that drive Indigenous-owned brands from all over the country. From skincare and activewear, to jewellery and art, these are a handful of some of our most loved Indigenous-owned businesses. Let's take a moment to learn more about these five incredible brands that are making waves in their respective industries:

  • Kaizi's Traditional Coconut Oil & Essential Blends
    Behind the brand is Kapua Kaizi Gutchen, who inherited the knowledge of making coconut oil traditionally from his mother, who learned it from her grandmother from the Torres Straits Islands. Kaizi's products are not just about coconut oil; they represent a lineage of tradition and the importance of natural foods in the Torres Strait Islander community.

  • Windyigarn Natural Skin Care
    Windyigarn is not just another skincare brand; it's the world's first pro-age Aboriginal Bush Medicine inspired skincare line. The brand emphasises genuine beauty with an honest and realistic approach. Their products, are a testament to the fusion of traditional knowledge and modern skincare needs. Supporting Windyigarn means embracing a holistic approach to beauty that's deeply rooted in Aboriginal traditions.

  • J Indigenous Designs
    Based in Townsville, J Indigenous Designs offers contemporary Aboriginal designed activewear for all ages. The brains behind the operation is Jhana - an entrepreneur who has set out to tackle the underrepresentation of First Nations figures in the activewear/fitness industry. Jhana seeks to empower her customers to feel confident in their own skin, and represent Australia’s Indigenous cultures with pride!

  • BROSISCUS Jewellery
    BROSISCUS is more than just a jewellery brand; it's a statement of identity and pride. As an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned business, their collections, Dhari-Dhoeri and Celebrating Our Colours, are luxurious (yet affordable!) celebrations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Wearing BROSISCUS is about connection, history, and pride.

  • Saretta Art & Design
    Wonnarua artist Saretta Fielding's artworks are a beautiful blend of traditional sand engravings found throughout Wonnarua country and modern art techniques. Saretta's commitment to her community and her passion for preserving the traditional art techniques of her ancestors make her business a beacon of inspiration, education and enlightenment. Supporting Saretta Art & Design means appreciating the depth and richness of Indigenous art and its power to connect and inspire.

    Witma - Building Series 17 by Saretta Art & Design