Go Fair’s indigenous resources are sourced from all over Australia so that our range represents a diverse group of tribal backgrounds. As a result of the huge popularity of our existing range of indigenous resources, we are always sourcing new products to help meet ongoing customer demand.
Our strategy for sourcing new products is to travel to remote communities to meet the talented artists face to face thereby giving us the opportunity to learn about their products first hand and in turn, this information and knowledge can then be passed on to our customers and their children.
Aboriginal doll range - includes an Aboriginal girl and an Aboriginal woman elder which have been lovingly hand stitched and hand painted by local women here in Brisbane including single mothers and ex-inmates of Wacol Women's Prison that now work full time.
Go Fair also supports the Indigenous Literacy Project http://www.indigenousliteracyproject.org.au
Aboriginal educational cards are ideal for discussions and displaying on the wall. Queensland and New South Wales fonts are available.
• Aboriginal Dreamtime Memory cards (like a pairs or snap game)
• ABC cards with Aboriginal imagery for each letter of the alphabet
• Counting cards - 1 – 20
• Comparison cards (Aboriginal / European ways)
• Aboriginal symbol cards
• Aboriginal symbol posters (set of 6 large posters)
Published by Australia’s oldest indigenous publishing house Magalaba Books (based in Broome), our books are written by both children and adults. Magalaba’s objective when publishing these works is to help restore, preserve and maintain Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and South Sea Islander cultures.
Our musical instruments are produced by a second generation Aboriginal family business based on the Sunshine Coast and has been a key to creating employment opportunities for Aboriginal people in the Eumundi area of Queensland.