Entries by Nicole Tattersall

Right Gear For Peace Of Mind

Catriona, our Head of Product and Brands, has written a piece for the the 2015 edition of the Education HQ Schools Excursion, Incursion & Camp Guide. Writing first hand what she looks for to ensure that her daughter has the right gear for the right school camp experience, so that she’s positioned to have the […]

Congratulations Liana Mattia

Recognition is one of our core commitments and one way we at Textile House want to share stories about our talented employees! Liana Mattia has been with us for over four years and was recently made the Product Development Team Leader, where she is responsible for leading our product team across all our brands and […]

Beretta's 2014 Tour de Cure

Throughout 2014, our brand Gondwana has been an important partner for Tour de Cure’s phenomenal journey as they rode to raise funds and awareness to cure cancer for all. This weekend, tune into Channel 7’s special broadcast of ‘Beretta’s 2014 Tour de Cure’ to share in the journey that saw the team ride 1,567km from […]

Giving Tuesday – Tour de Cure

Through our brand Gondwana we’ve been a proud supporter of Tour de Cure Australia. If you’ve been following the Tour de Cure you may have noticed the red Gondwana soft shell jackets being worn by the cyclists. What started over a coffee between two mates quickly involved three friends registering Tour de Cure as an […]

A Member Of The Australian Camps Association

We at Textile House are proud to announce that as of October this year we are a member of the Australian Camps Association (ACA) as a supplier to the industry. The Australian Camps Association is recognised as the national peak body for residential camps and outdoor activity providers in Australia. They believe that through participating […]

World Record Attempt In Antarctica

 The Outer Edge Polar Challenge team plans to travel approximately 4500 kilometres unsupported in their custom designed and built snow / ice sailers from the edge of the Antarctic polar plateau to the geographic South Pole, then returning directly or via the Pole of Inaccessibility in as little as 45 days. The team includes owner […]