Entries by Nicole Tattersall

How did our Running Rainbirds run in the World Run?

On Sunday a team of 7 Running Rainbirds took part in the Wings for Life World Run in Melbourne. They were some of the 130,732 registered participants in 34 locations across 6 continents that ran to raise an incredible AUD$10.22 million for Wings for Life, a non-profit foundation that funds research into finding a cure […]

CJ runs in the Mother's Day Classic

Textile House Sales Representative Caroline (aka CJ) ran 8km in the Melbourne Mother’s Day Classic around Alexandra Gardens on Sunday the 8th of May. The course followed the roads around the Royal Botanic Gardens, with the start line on Alexandra Avenue, near the Pillars of Wisdom and the finish line on St Kilda Road. Conditions […]

10 Years, 10 Questions with David Nelson, Head of Finance and Operations

David Nelson, Head of Finance and Operations at Textile House, is celebrating ten years with the company. On theme with all things ten, David answers ten questions from Nicole Tattersall, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator,  about changes that have occurred within the past decade, career advice, and the future of the outdoor apparel industry. Q. What […]

Running Rainbirds at the Wings For Life World Run

This coming Sunday we’ve a team of 8 Running Rainbirds taking part in the Wings for Life World Run in Melbourne. They’ll be joining over 100,000 participants in 34 locations worldwide for the start of the Wings for Life World Run at precisely the same time – that’s dawn in North America, the middle of […]

The Ripple Effect of April to June Rainfall

It looks like we’re in for quite a bit of rain during April through to June, with rainfall above average forecasted for parts of southern Australia. In a recent article by Sue Neales for The Australian (14/04/2016), BOM climatologist Blair Trewin is quoted as saying whilst he could confidently say the hot and dry El Nino […]

That’s A Big Ride

On April the 1st Todd Sloan took off from Darwin on his bike, it was the start of a 3,024km ride to Adelaide that he is aiming to complete in just 14 days. He is cycling from the top of Australia all the way to the bottom! Why take on such a challenge? Just over […]

$7,000 For Relay For Life

In the last weekend of February Lauren Danson from our sales team took part in the Relay For Life in Ballarat, Victoria. Lauren was one of the members of Team Avengers. Each year thousands of Australians participate in Relay For Life events across Australia, all raising funds for the Cancer Council. Team Avengers raised a […]

Reaching Potential At Textile House

As a company we look at how we can support our all of our employees so that they can be the best that they can be and reach their potential at Textile House. This International Women’s Day we are proud to say that our team is 72% female. We offer all our employees the same […]

We're Proud To Be Australian

Australian Owned and Designed For more than 40 years Textile House has been an Australian owned company delivering product that has been specifically designed to perform in our unique environment. Our product design team is based in our great new office in Collingwood, Victoria, where they design our range of outdoor, rainwear, and workwear apparel. […]

Beretta’s 2015 Tour de Cure

Cancer is a leading cause of death and will touch most Australians at some point in their lifetime. Since 2007, leading Australian charity, Tour de Cure, has been riding to raise awareness and funds to support selected cancer prevention, research and support projects which will help cure cancer for all of us. Our brand Gondwana […]