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Sailor Made

Ahoy! SAILORMADE create bags, wallets and accessories from recycled sailcloth. Great design, quality and sustainability are at the heart of what we do. The hand made products are designed and manufactured with the rugged Australian beach lifestyle in mind. Don't be afraid to treat them rough.   Launched by Scott Sparks in 2014 to help raise environmental awareness and upcycle sailing materials into great products, he was soon joined by his wife Sophie to run the good ship SAILORMADE together. They love what we do and hope you will too.       Sailing is great but it needs to be more environmentally aware. The modern sailing boats we race and mess about in are not brilliant for the environment. The plastics, glue and paints used to build the boats,...

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Holiday Apartments vs Hotels

As a mother to 6 children it has always been a problem taking all of us away and being able to afford somewhere convenient and nice. At the Apartment Service I had both. The staff went out of way to help make our stay in Mosman so enjoyable. We were close to the zoo, city and local transport. The children loved Balmoral beach and I loved the coffee at the Boathouse. We had an Aldi up the road so we could still make our own breakfasts and picnic lunches, we treated ourselves to the local restaurants and fine dining. Vivid 2018 is fast approaching and I think I will be booking an apartment with the city lights as my view. Thank you Keris...

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Water now in a carton

Cartons are a natural choice for water. The BPA-free, recyclable packaging is made from renewable resources and is largely biodegradable. Unlike regular paper-based drink boxes our cartons have no layers of plastic between the cardboard, the cartons we use are the most sustainable solution we could find for our water. We take out fluoride, salts and iron. Leaving you a lighter, better tasting water that’s locally sourced, ecofriendly and stays conveniently cooler than it does in plastic bottles.  

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