Supporting Indigenous People

Biome promotes diversity and inclusivity in all that we do.  Among our initiatives, we feature small business led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and  people of diverse race and cultures .  We have introduced First Nations owned brands such as Bush Balm, Bush Medijina and Gillawara Arts. Other brands we support work with traditional owners to source native ingredients.  We work to amplify black voices through our range of books that feature characters of colour and stories of First Nations people across the world.

We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work.  'Always Was, Always Will Be.' recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years.

  • Bush Balm ~ Purple House
  • Bush Medijina
  • BSKT Wholefoods
  • Gillawarra Arts
  • Dancing Wombat
  • Uncle Charlie's Popcorn
  • Indigenous & First Nations Topics
  • Characters of Colour & Diversity
  • Story Books

At Biome, you can also help acknowledge that places are firstly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander places by incuding a traditional place name in your address at checkout.

It can take a little research to find the Country name for the area where you live, but there are resources to help you.

Find out more here

Traditional Place Names in Addresses

  • Earth Greetings

    Art by Natalie Jade ; Gudanji/Wakaja artist, Ryhia Dank

  • Mount Zero
  • Journey of Something

    Art by Lou Martin from Wiradjuri, Yuin woman Heidi Smith, and Mulganai, aka Emma Hollingsworth.

  • Bush Tucker Blends
  • Art Puzzle

    Art by Portia Michaels from Warlukurlangu Artists

  • Amble Jackets

    Art by Shanai Kellet, Yorta Yorta/Juru descendent @malogaart

  • SEDA Collective
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