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21 November 12
Markets On Bulcock, Caloundra
Green Damselfly has a stall at Markets on Bulcock, Caloundra most Sundays. The market is open 8am - 1pm most Sundays in the main street of Caloundra o ...
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13 May 11
Fair Trade And Green Market
Green Damselfly will be at the Fair Trade and Green Market at Caloundra, cnr Queen and Ulm Streets on Saturday 14 May. This event coincides with Fair ...
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04 May 11
Exciting Children's Toys, Games And Puppets In Stock
Some truly fantastic children’s products have just arrived from India and Bangladesh. Bright, colourful and fun puppets, dress ups, masks and a couple ...
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26 April 11
Spotlight Enterprise Global Child
The Global Child (TGC) is one of our eco ethical partners. It was founded in 2003, is a non-profit, non-political, non-partisan organization founded t ...
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05 April 11
Books From Black Ink Press
The Indigenous publisher Black Ink Press has just become our newest eco ethical partner. This follows our decision to support poverty alleviation in c ...
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Support Eco Ethical Enterprises to Alleviate Poverty in Developing Countries


A Thangka is a scroll painting or embroidery. The Tibetan word thangka means ‘something that can be rolled up’. Lamas carried thangkas on their travels. The most important function of a thangka is as a guide to contemplative reflection or meditation. The beauty of them can’t be denied and many people have thangkas just for the beauty of the art and crafts. Our range of thangkas has been handmade by Tibetan Buddhist refugee enterprises in India and by Sikkimese artisans in Gangtok. The enterprises strictly adhere to, and exceed the Fair Trade standards.
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