10 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
BeetBox are a lunchbox company - designed in Melbourne and 100% Australian owned. They think bold and do different. Their products empower you to make the most of lunch on your own terms, with the world's first portable glass lunch bowl.
Casa & Bottega
Ground 64 Sutton Street, North Melbourne
Casa & Bottega specialise in the sale of professional Italian coffee machines, which they are happy to demonstrate. They also stock a range of homewares, kitchenware and some gourmet food products, such as coffee beans and olive oil.
Corky Saint Clair
Room 602, Level 6, 125-133 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Corky Saint Clair showcases the design work of Christopher Bril and other local designers, under the auspices of Melbourne label Corky.
Corky is designed in Melbourne and sold in shops around the world.
331-381 Footscray Road, Docklands
Costco is a membership warehouse club with the largest selection of groceries, furniture, appliances and hardware - just to name a few.
Creswick Woollen Mills
Basement Block Arcade, Melbourne
Creswick Woollen Mills is an award-winning Australian family business and the last coloured woollen spinning mill located in Creswick, Victoria.
Daiso sells a thousands of products ranging from the everyday, to the unique and unexpected, all for just $2.80 each.
Daiso Industries (Australia)
Level 1 276 Flinders Street, Melbourne
It’s like a treasure hunt for the bargain hunter; a gold mine for the value lover: thousands of products and everything is $2.80.
St. Collins Lane
Enjoy fashion and beauty in a new destination. Discover a curated range of women’s and men’s fashion from Designers by Debenhams and British high street brands, immersed with leading beauty and fragrance brands and an elegant homewares offering.
The Strand Melbourne
250 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Creative Directors Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy make resin jewellery and homewares by hand in their studio.
, Shop 12
, 240 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Funkis is an Australian design company with a strong Swedish influence. Their trademark items are clogs and sandals, handmade in Sweden from natural veggie dyed leather and sustainable plantation timber.