These printed tea towels depict images of Australian birds, plants and scenes from the natural and the built environment. They make ideal gifts or souvenirs, and are easy to pack or post. These distinctive images can be used as gifts, for framing or simply to dry the dishes.
Margaret River Surf Tea Towel: The main break at Margaret River (also known as Surfers Point) is one of the premier surf locations in the south west of Western Australia. The wave breaks offshore from the mouth of the Margaret River.
Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo: The Red-tailed Black Cockatoo is found throughout much of Australia, and is called Karrak by the Noongar people of the southwest. The mainstay of their diet is seeds from fruiting Marri, Jarrah and Karri trees. They also like seeds of acacia, casuarina, banksia, grevillea and hakea, as well as berries, fruits and various insects. Nests are found in large vertical hollows of tall, isolated trees that may be used for many years. A clutch of 1 to 2 white eggs is laid.
Blue Winged Kookaburra Tea Towel: The blue-winged kookaburra is a large species of kingfisher occurring throughout Australia. They are cooperative breeders, with a group being made up of a breeding pair and one or more helper birds from earlier broods who help raise the young.
Eucalyptus Macrocarpa Tea Towel: Eucalyptus macrocarpa is known as Mottlecah by the Nyoongar people of the south west of Western Australia. It is endemic to Western Australia and can grow up to 5 metres tall and has smooth, shiny bark and large oval-shaped grey leaves.
- Made from 100% linen - Linen is made from flax, a crop that grows with natural rainfall and requires minimal fertiliser or pesticide use. Linen fabric is very durable and is also excellent to print on.
- Hand screen-printed textiles are unique creations and as a result may have some minor imperfections.
- Measures approximately 50 x 70 cm
- Designed and hand printed in Fremantle, WA