Brunswick Heads' Big Fish Collective

DOWN BY THE RIVER: Jason Adamek from the Big Fish Collective. Photo: Juliette Fredonnet.
DOWN BY THE RIVER: Jason Adamek from the Big Fish Collective. Photo: Juliette Fredonnet.

WHAT ONCE was just the Big Fish is now the Big Fish Collective, expanding to incorporate seven smaller funky design outlets under one roof.

Founded by well-regarded local retailer Jason Adamek, the Big Fish Collective hosts names such as Miss Brown Vintage, Laneway Designs, Tszuj photography, Indepal Leather, Treasure Island Furniture and Vinyl Junkie - and in February an authentic Italian barber will join the collective.

Jason has operated the Big Fish for the past ten years and is now totally committed to the concept of the collective.

"It can be so expensive to start up and run a business whereas joining a collective can be the perfect way for people to get a business up and going," he said.

"There is literally something for everyone here in the collective that is unusual and individual, so it's the ideal place to come and shop locally this Christmas."

"The whole of Brunswick Heads really has an amazing energy at the moment. We have taken the idea of 'simple pleasures' and really built on it.

"Everyone has just taken it up a notch."

  • More information is on the Big Fish Facebook page.

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