Alright folks, we're excited for this one. We've honed a list of our favourite gift ideas, and we're so excited to share them with you. Keep reading to discover what's on our radar this end-of-year period, and happy gifting!:

Coffee Starter Packs

Know someone who wants to start brewing at home, but doesn't know where to start? We've got a bunch of bundles available that makes it easy to brew delicious coffee at home. Click here to view the range. 

House of Darwin

An Indigenous-owned clothing company with some seriously cool threads. House of Darwin regularly partner with grass-roots organisations, and they reinvest their profits back into social programs in remote Indigenous communities. Check them out here.

Hand-Made Stationery

Neighbourhood Press are a Fremantle and Perth based Risograph print studio that make "beautifully bold stationery to be enjoyed everyday". All hand-made, and available to be shipped Australia-wide! Check it out here.

Coffee Subscription

A new coffee every month, delivered straight to your door by Perk Coffee Subscriptions. Set and forget with 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month gift subscriptions. Stellar coffees, sustainable packaging, and industry-leading prices for their roasters. Get started here.

The Butcher Shop (not that kind)

Nope, it's not a deli — it's an art shop! Paints, graphic tees, skateboard decks, and more. The Butcher Shop is a Northbridge staple that ships Austalia-wide, and is your one-stop-shop for all things art. The "Meat Pack" section on their website offers curated bundles with supplies of all kinds at a discount. Shop here.

Custom, Upcycled Denim

Deadly Denim an Indigenous-owned brand that creates unique, one-of-a-kind pieces from upcycled denim. Denim is sourced from Op-shop in Perth, then Indigenous artists are commissioned to create a unique design which is then printed on to the denim. Jackets, jeans, vests, and more, and each piece is 100% unique. Shop the current range here.

Magabala Books

Who doesn't love a good book? Magabala Books is an Aboriginal owned and led publishing house, where they "...celebrate and nurture the talent and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices". From picture books to novels, and everything in between, you can check out their catalogue here.


Love Timely xx

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