Ethical Marketplace

Pip partners with brands which align with its values of earth care, people care and fair share. Ethical companies producing good quality products that don’t harm the planet, instead aim to improve it.

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High quality ‘use me everyday’ items – that’s what we do.

We’re a family business, environmentally focused through long-lasting, premium products. It’s all in our name! So whether it’s stainless-steel pegs guaranteed for life, or indestructible scissors, buy it once and use it for the rest of your life.

green connect


Our award-winning farm just south of Sydney is a little bit of magic. A passionate group of people have turned 11 acres of scrub into one of the largest permaculture farms in the world, abundant with vegetables, fruit, herbs and animals. We grow chemical-free fair food and run tours and workshops all year round. Come and join us to learn new skills and find your people. Our courses are listed here and updated every three months.


On a mission to reduce the number of disposable, synthetic-coated pans piling up in landfill, Solidteknics’ patented one-piece pans have no synthetic coatings or heavy metals. Currently the only production cookware made in Australia, it offers world-class performance and built to last for generations.

The fermentary May


“A wink from the invisible can light the mundanity of our every day and fermenting can bring that magic into your kitchen”
For all your fermenting needs, visit our online store for tools, tips and to see what events and workshops we are running
and you Pip reader, can get 15% off your next order. Just add PERMIE at checkout”


Colourful Australian-made aprons and homewares. Designed by Australian artists for gardeners, cooks, bakers, florists, artists and homemakers. Ethically made from certified-organic cotton or linen and a planet-friendly shopping experience with compostable packaging and carbon-neutral delivery.


Sustainable | Ethical | Handmade

Tree Stripes is an Australian brand that designs sustainable homewares made by Sri Lankan women using recycled materials. They employ a zero waste process where offcuts of materials are reused and the talented women are able to work from home to help support their family.

Little Veggie Patch


Order their comprehensive Australia-wide planting calendar – covering nearly 80 varieties of fruit, herb and vegetable – and receive a FREE seasonal heirloom seed bundle to help you get started in the veggie patch. Check out the veggie crates and other wonderful products.


A design practice specialising in residential and/or landscape design. Run by Saimon Boyle – a designer and draftsperson with extensive experience and studies in Architecture, Permaculture, and Horticulture. He encourages sustainable design ideas, promotes the integration of building and landscape and guides you through the process to realise your vision. VBA registered.