Welcome to Stackwood

Stackwood is an exciting new creative venue and concept store in Fremantle. Housed in a former diesel workshop, the Stackwood community encompasses maker’s studios, an event space and a concept store.

Our mission is a simple one: to encourage a more wholesome way of living.

Let’s meet our neighbours and share a nourishing meal. Let’s learn new (in fact, old) skills like propagating,  crafting, cooking and making. Let’s invest in useful products that are good for us and good for our environment.

You can now visit our store, open Tuesday – Sunday in Fremantle. Find out more here.

Welcome to Stackwood

Workshops

Indoor Plant Knowhow with Sharon Barbera

$10.00

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Make Your Own Ceramic Hanging Planter with Sarana Haeata

$179.00

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Make Your Own Ceramic Mugs with Sarana Haeata

$179.00

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Make Your Own Mounted Elkhorn with Sharon Barbera

$89.00

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Make Your Own Woven Vessel with Siân Boucherd

$115.00

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Make Your Own Woven Wall Hanging with Phoebe Phillips from Sunday Weaves

$115.00

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Community

Why I love working with mums: an interview with Karin Nagel of Peas in a Pod

Why I love working with mums: an interview with Karin Nagel of Peas in a Pod

We talk to Stackwood resident Karin Nagel from Peas in a Pod about her studio and why mums are awesome!

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How to Keep your Indoor Plants Alive

How to Keep your Indoor Plants Alive

Horticultural consultant and garden designer Sharon Barbera will join us next month at Stackwood to teach you how to keep your plants alive.

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Instagram Sale: Up to 70% off!

Instagram Sale: Up to 70% off!

We will have our huge once a year instagram sale on Wednesday 21st of March. Beautiful, rare and one-off pieces from our concept store at incredibly reduced prices.

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