Marianne comes from a French background and creates handmade ceramic homewares and sculptures. Marianne’s pottery pieces are often geometric in design. They display original motifs that come from quiet places such as: hot air balloons, jellyfish, stingrays, puzzles, eggs and australiana. She employs a variety of decorative techniques. Marianne Annereau Ceramics Perth Western Australia is situated in the suburb of Subiaco and she will be part of the Artists Village at the Festival.Click here to visit Marianne Annereau's Website
Charles from 3Two1 Drinks is based in Subiaco and is originally from France. 3Two1 offers a Craft spirits, liqueurs and syrups portfolio partly from France brought to Australia with a passion for excellence. Some of these products will be available at the Festival Bars in the Rustic and Mediterranean villages such as the Giffard liqueurs and syrups.Click here to visit 3Two1 Drinks' Website
Mélissa is a native speaking French teacher… She is a patient, adaptable, and professional Teacher ready to help you reach your goals with the French language and French culture. Get in touch today with her so you can start working together! Come and meet her in the French Conversation corner at the FestivalClick here to visit French Routine's Website
Not only do we love the Almond milk body balm or the beautiful lavender foaming bath but also the fact that L’Occitane develops products that are increasingly respectful of both mankind and the world we live in. With eco-refills and much of the packaging made with recycled materials they always ensure sustainability is a key word in their production line.
Visit l’Occitane Subiaco today to treat a friend, or why not simply you? At the Festival come and meet them in the Wellness Area
Les Petites Grenouilles
Les Petites Grenouilles is “le rendez vous” of French speaking families!
Every Thursday, this playgroup based in Subiaco offers the opportunity to all French speaking families to get together, share special moments with their children while singing French lullabies, read French books and practice their artistic skills! You will be able to find the in the Kids Village at the Festival
Subiaco Petanque Club
With over half a million registered pétanque players in the world, spread in 78 countries, from Marocco to Vietnam, Petanque is one of the most played sport in France.
Whether you like Pastis or not, a game of pétanque is always very fun! Grab your “boules” or borrow some from the Subiaco Petanque Club and join the Wednesday or Saturday sessions for only $2! At the Festival find them in the Rustic Village and why not enter the competition.
Chez Jean Claude
At Chez Jean-Claude Patisserie you will find everything you need for a delicious breakfast, effortless lunch and those ‘must have’ accompaniments for dinner. If you want to enjoy Jean Claude’s bread go to Le Casse Croute by Crafty Meats in the Rustic Village and all the volunteers sandwiches will be also done with the bread from Chez Jean Claude & cold meats from Crafty Meats.Click here to visit Chez Jean Claude's Website
Some Subiaco businesses were not able to attend the Festival but are still supporting our Festival and mainly the Live Painting Competition… We are thankful for their support and don’t forget to visit them in Subiaco!