01 December 2020
The Bungalow on Edgar is a new retail space where Port Hedland’s creative and collaborative community can thrive.
The iconic building is now home to seven micro and small businesses owned and operated by local Port Hedland women.
The Bungalow tenants include:
In the Mix — Providing Health Foods, Sustainable Living and Natural Bath and Body Products
The Hidden Pantry 6721 — Old School Treats and Retro Sweets
Your Natural Energy System — Energy Healing Metaphsical Shop - Crystals, Crystal Lamps Essential Oils Wind Chimes”
Ginger Fox — Fashion, Lifestyle and Homewares
Locket Creations — Photography, Content Creation, SEO and Brand Consulting
Ocean Gypsy — Ocean Inspired Lifestyle, Gifts and Homewares
Pitanga Accessories — Brazilian Jewellery
Bibs N Kids — Children’s clothing & accessories
For In the Mix owner, Melanie Argent, The Bungalow is providing a brick and mortar space to determine whether her business can enter the next phase.
“The next step being a shopfront to be able to provide these amazing products more readily to our community,” Melanie said.
Ambre Eyre, who operates The Hidden Pantry, said the best part about working in the newly opened retail space The Bungalow, is connecting with other passionate small businesses in the local community.
“I am so thankful to BHP and Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce for the opportunity to be part of this new diverse and creative marketplace,” Ambre said.
“As a small collective store myself, I will be supporting other micro businesses in town and doing my part to ensure Port Hedland as a town continues to thrive.”
By working closely with the Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce, BHP is supporting small businesses and families in regional communities and contributing to the longevity and vibrancy of the towns that are home to our operations.
To find out more about The Bungalow, contact (08) 9173 1737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.