A Taste of Nannup
A Taste of Nannup and Beyond occupies a heritage shop on the main street that was used as the surfboard shop in the movie Drift (and they have a little museum set up around the film)! Drop in and say hi, and celebrate the amazing talent of Nannup and the south west, they guarantee you will find something unique!
Nestled among 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 1200 or so residents many of whom will just grin – and nod - when reminded of it all by visitors. It is an atmosphere which inspires a creative streak in Nannupians.
A Taste of Nannup was set up in 2009 by Laraine Raynel and Athie Chambers to be a place where local artisans would be able to retail their original works. This retail space has over the years enabled known artists and those who have just discovered their creative talents to showcase their unique wares from sculpture and painting to textiles and gourmet produce. Since October 2013 new partners and owners Jeanne Llewellyn, Linda Maher and Heather Walford have take this original concept and extended it to the south west region sourcing art, craft, food and produce.
We have over 60 artisans stocking their unique designs and products in our shop.
We take south west goods on consignment, please contact us for an information pack.