Hidden Valley Handcrafts

Christmas products are now available

Christmas products are now available here

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Welcome to our interactive website. Viewing the site is easy with a complete product listing by category. Using the products link in the main menu, select the products you wish to view and order online. We will phone all new customers to organize payment.

Hidden Valley Handcrafts shop 2 Harriet Road, Blue Haze LIA, Broome

Welcome to our shop! We are open 10-4, Monday to Friday. We also have a market stall at the Broome Courthouse Markets every Saturday, weather permitting. However, we can't carry our whole stock range to the markets, just the essentials. If you are in Broome and can't make it to our shop during the week, we can bring your order to the markets if you phone before Friday afternoon (08 91937036). 

 If you can't get to Broome just yet, have a look through this website - there's lots of information and pictures about us and our products. Its just a shame we can't (yet) let you smell the great aromas!

We wish all a joyful, abundant, healthy, active and love-filled Christmas and 2017!

Rewards and Freebies

Hidden Valley is pleased to offer a free gift to the value of $10 for all orders above $150 (products only).  For all orders above $250 (products only) we are pleased to offer EITHER a gift to the value of $20 OR free freight. Please choose your gift from the website (or state your preference for free freight)  and let us know your choice in the Comments section of the order form. Personal shoppers at the markets or our shop may also use our new Loyalty Reward card - just ask for one. We have managed to avoid major price rises, and want to say thanks for the amazing loyalty many of our customers demonstrate.

What's Happening in Broome?

It was a Bran Nu Dae in Broome - the gradual lifting of the heavy weight of anxiety as many locals breathed again after Woodside's announcement - the LNG processing plant WILL NOT BE LOCATED AT JAMES PRICE POINT! However, there is still enormous pressure from conservative forces and industry to mine and industrialize the Kimberley, rich in minerals. There is pressure to frack the huge reserves of shale gas in the Canning Basin. And we've recently heard that mining heavyweight Andrew Forrest has staked a claim in WA’s emerging onshore oil and gas industry, staking claims over more than 220,000 square kilometres of the Canning Basin. 

Naturally some folks believe this is the only recipe for economic wellbeing. But the other vision is of a truly sustainable economic future, based on the amazing world-class natural environment, supportive human values and indigenous heritage. Indigenous tourism ventures up the Dampier Peninsular are slowly building. The Taste of Broome nights at Goolarri have been magnificent celebrations of Broome history, culture, music and food. 

For more current information about the Kimberley, see the links here....

We now watch, remembering our own stand at James Price Point, as protectors gather and momentum builds to stop the gas pipeline in North Dakota.

Hidden Valley Handcrafts would like to take this opportunity to thank our many supporters who have helped over the years, publicizing the gas issue throughout Australia, and who sent their well wishes, signed petitions, shared internet information, and much more. Thank you, and may the Kimberley remain Wild and Free, an amazing unique asset for all Australians.

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