We need our daughters to hear about strong women each and every day.  I am proud to present the first 50 Tidda Queens though this is just the start, each week the girls and I are committed to research, talk and meet with amazing Tidda Queens and hear their stories.

The odds were stacked against us, if you look at current stats around how many startups fail in the first year we should have been one of them.  So how come we have thrived through the first year of business?

January 3, 2018

Sourcing manufacturers to manufacture products for the Téa&Belle collection have been an eye-opening experience for us here at Téa&Belle. Over the 7 months since we have launched has been a crazy ride.  When we started Téa&Belle our vision "Australian owned brand...

December 17, 2017

You'll notice that our store is focused on offering clothes and gifts that are organic and made ethically. This is important to Téa&Belle and we would like to take this opportunity to explain how choosing organic and Australian made products benefits you, your chil...

December 12, 2017

Saltwater crocodile Loongie, who lives among the mangroves at Walaman Creek in a remote region of Western Australia, is at the center of this delightfully illustrated storybook. Greedy and unwilling to share, Loongie soon learns that if he wants to have any friends, he...

What was the nicest thing you did for someone? What do you think makes a person good-looking? What is the favourite things to do with your friends? Find out more about the two little Kookaburra's behind the Téa&Belle Indigenous Brand

November 5, 2017

Ethical - Fair-trade - Indigenous - Organic - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander - Positive messages for and about Reconciliation - Online store - Téa&Belle

November 4, 2017

Kaurna people are the traditional owners of the Adelaide area of Australia. When walking on country, walk gently and acknowledge the traditional owners. Information on Aboriginal culture for tourists in available in blog.

November 1, 2017

The true story of the special mateship between two boys who have grown up together in Broome in Australia’s north west. Jack is Indigenous and Raf is a non-Indigenous boy who has Spina bifida.

October 24, 2017

We can see them, in our history, the voices and images of the Australian Indigenous Stockman. The Ringers, the stockman, the jackeroo’s, the camp cooks, the drover, the fencer, the shearer and the saddler.

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