Our little town of Nannup (Noongyar for “stopping or resting place”) has often been described by its residents as an inspirational place - for artists, tree-changers and visitors alike.
Nestled amongst forest, river and streams, the town of Nannup is a secret south-west gem. It’s ambience, peace and beauty is not lost on its 1,200 or so residents, many of whom will just grin and nod when reminded of this by visitors.
It is an atmosphere which inspires a creative streak in Nannupians, so in 2009 A Taste of Nannup was established to be a place where local artisans would be able to retail their original works.
This retail space has evolved over the years, with new owners Jeanne Llewellyn, Linda Maher and Heather Walford taking the original concept and extending it in 2013 to become A Taste of Nannup and Beyond - sourcing art, craft, food and produce from the whole south west region. Now newest partner Alison Kay has moved our retail space online in 2020.
If you are interested in selling your south west goods on consignment in the shop, please contact us for an information pack.
Our shop was used as a location in the feature movie Drift. Filmed in 2011 and released in 2013, it starred Sam Worthington, Myles Pollard and Xavier Samuel. The film was inspired by true stories of Australia's legendary surf community and the rise of the global surf brands.