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Sustainable Traders 12th September 2022

Sustainable Traders 12th September 2022

Kitchen by Mike | Buzz Honey | Nutrition Station | Black Star Pastry | The Honey Pot & Bruny Island Honey | Sarah's Sister's Sustainable Cafe | Transformer Fitzroy | Songbirds | Natural Burials

Kitchen by Mike

Kitchen By Mike first opened in February 2012, offering locals the best egalitarian dining experience using local seasonal produce. In 2014, they created the first urban physic garden, where guests can learn and be inspired by healthy living. Awarded as Best Café in the Time Out Sydney Food Awards, Kitchen by Mike is headed by Executive check and co-owner Mike McEnearney.

Buzz Honey

A proud family owned business based in the pristine Adelaide Hills, Buzz Honey produces a range of hand selected and harvested honeys sourced from a variety of locations across South Australia and specialised regions of Australia. Buzz takes pride in retaining the unique flavours of their raw honeys through chemical free, cold press extraction processes. 

Nutrition Station

Nutrition Station is Australia's fastest growing health food franchise catering for those who want a healthy, but delicious eat out option. Famous for their protein smoothies and pancakes, healthy breakfast and lunch options and fresh NUmeals delivery. Their meal plans use only the best wholefoods, and are designed to ensure you’re able to eat well whilst achieving great results.

Black Star Pastry

Black Star Pastry is where you’ll find delicious food, cakes and pastries, made by hand, the old fashioned way. Based in Newtown, Sydney, Black Star uses only the best quality produce that they source from their local market. They do not use flavourings, dyes or anything unnatural in their food. Black Star Pastry also offers catering services to complement and enhance your event.

The Honey Pot & Bruny Island Honey

The Honey Pot and Bruny Island Honey are the houses of honey venues where you can find a range of Tasmanian honeys and other honey-products. Run by the Wright family, their honey is sourced from their own hives, about 900 hives which are moved year-round to follow the blossoming flower trail so their bees can collect a variety of nectar from different floral sources - Lake Pedder, to Bruny Island, and to the Huon and Derwent Valleys, where they collect Leatherwood and Bush, Prickly Box and Manuka Honey.

Sarah's Sister's Sustainable Cafe

Sarah's Sister's Sustainable Cafe has been leading the charge on serving fresh, local and seasonal produce in South Australia since 1978. The best of Sempaphore's local produce can be tasted on the seasonal menu at Sarah's Sister's Sustainable cafe. An open and breezy eatery, filled with quaint recycled furniture, great meals, and friendly staff, their menu features indulgent vegetarian options, tasty snacks and local wines and beer. 

Transformer Fitzroy

When in Fitzroy, Transformer Fitzroy is the place to be for delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes made using fresh produce harvested in season. Transformer Fitzroy serves meals and treats with the focus on raw, organic, gluten-free superfoods that are totally good for you.


Songbirds has acres of rainforest walking tracks so guests can enjoy the abundant flora and fauna at their leisure. The Tamborine village shops, services, galleries and cafes are a five-minute drive or a half hour stroll from Songbirds. There are a number of boutique wineries and other attractions waiting to be discovered in the surrounding mountain villages. Songbirds Rainforest Retreat includes the multi-award winning Songbirds Restaurant; six luxurious two person villas, including an executive villa, sleeping four adults, and more than 50 acres of pristine rainforest.

Natural Burials

Natural Burials offer the community a unique and sustainable final resting place with minimal disturbance to the natural bushland environment. This unique pocket of bushland will be progressively filled with natural plant species. With a natural burial, the body is returned to nature in a biodegradable coffin and materials made from natural fibres. The Metropolitan Cemeteries Board has established a natural burial area at Fremantle Cemetery, located within an elevated grove that overlooks the cemetery’s splendid bush land gully.

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