Verified First Nations products by indigenous owned businesses. Proudly presented by Stockland Marketplace

Discover and support First Nations-owned businesses now available on Stockland Marketplace. Explore a diverse selection of products carefully crafted and curated by Indigenous artisans, entrepreneurs, and creators. From handmade crafts to unique gifts, find authentic Indigenous products that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Indigenous communities. We take pride in supporting Indigenous entrepreneurship and by partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses.

Meet our First Nations Retailers

Dollies Tribe (now open)

Hand-painted Aboriginal dolls, representing beauty, strength and diversity.

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Ngiilay Gift Boxes (now open)

‘Ngiilay’ in Yuwaalaraay means “from here” which resembles the items in our gift boxes and promotes products made “from here”

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Ilan Style (now open)

Environmentally conscious Indigenous teas. Responsibly packaged products, fully reusable.

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Warndu (now open)

Warndu means good in the Adnyamathanha language, native to the Flinders Ranges country, bush food and cookbooks.

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Ngurrbul Collection (now open)

First Nation Clothing and homeware since 2017, inclusive sizing and designs. Koori owned and designed.

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Too Solid (now open)

Active-wear celebrating Aboriginal culture, self-empowerment and the strength of community.

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Clothing the Gaps (now open)

Clothing The Gaps, a fashion label run by health professionals, celebrates Aboriginal culture and designs clothes for everyone with a focus on the community

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Konstantina (now open)

Konstantina is an emerging contemporary Aboriginal artist. She is re-imagining the traditions of her peoples' dot painters and providing a modern narrative.

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Sobah (now open)

Sobah, Australia's pioneer non-alcoholic craft beer company, is proudly owned and led by Aboriginal Australians, Clinton and Lozen Schultz.

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Our ‘why’ and its importance

At Stockland, we imagine a future where all Australians are united by our shared respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People and their Elders. Where our people, our partners and key stakeholders appreciate the rich cultural values and ongoing connection to Country our First Nations Peoples inherently possess. Where we build meaningful relationships with First Nation's communities, partnering with First Nations businesses, increasing First Nations participation through employment and economic development and celebrating First Nations culture through our approach to designing with and for Country.

Our RAP in action

Stockland is committed to be a reconciliation organisation. Our fourth Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is in the final phase of development in partnership with Reconciliation Action Australia and we look forward to launching it in the imminent future. In 2014 we launched our Reflect RAP as our first formal commitment on our Reconciliation journey. We have learned a lot since then, and we will continue our learning to ensure we provide meaningful opportunities.

Our National Indigenous Engagement Team was established in 2022 to develop, design and execute our Stockland’s First Nations Strategy 2022-2025, which includes focus on supporting indigenous employment, procurement, enhancing economic development, increasing our cultural learning, increasing our cultural capability, designing with Country and supporting cultural heritage & land management. We take pride in acknowledging, embracing, and recognising the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Australia's First Nations peoples.

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Stockland acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and knowledge-holders of the land on which we live, work and play