"Our hand-crafted bowls of joy were designed by Mother Nature and vegan-hipsters who collaborated to create Apple-worthy design elements in the form of an eco-friendly vessel."
Don't be fooled by spiel and high prices, it's just a coconut...
Why choose our coconut bowls?
They're bigger - our coconut bowls are 700-800ml+ on average. Being natural products, no two bowls are the same and the bowls you receive will differ slightly from the images above.
They’re cheaper - we're proud to be one of the cheapest sources of jumbo coconut bowls in Australia. Dont”t believe us? Try finding a coconut bowl under $14.95 from any of the more established online retailers.
Choice of polished or natural look - if you prefer a more refined and sleeker look, our polished bowls are for you; or if you like things a bit raw, rugged and robust, choose one of our natural bowls.
Protected by hand - once we receive the bowls, we apply a coat of organic coconut oil to their insides to help protect them from daily use and we also apply two coats of raw linseed oil to their outsides to aid in liquid retention (being natural products, the bowls are not completely watertight if left for longer periods). We then cure the bowls for a minimum of 30 days and clean them to food safe standards.
We're fairer - we believe the people creating the bowls deserve a fair price for their effort. It's a hard life for those involved in the production of these bowls - the farmers, who spend long days collecting the shells in sub-tropical heat, and the workers who sit tirelessly for hours to transform them into the stylish bowls you'll ultimately receive in the post. Add our coating stages in at the end of the process and you start to see that there's more to these bowls than just a coconut that's been cut in half.
Ethically sourced - the majority of our coconut products are sourced from a single not-for-profit organisation who's sole purpose for existence is to provide employment and economic support for members of their local community. The organisation charges the same price whether they sell 1 or 1,000,000 shells in order to ensure a fair income for their workers. We are extremely proud to be associated with this organisation.
Looking after your coconut bowl
Coconut bowls require very little maintenance but there are a few things you can do to keep your bowl in top condition. Follow these basic steps and your coconut bowl should last longer than if it was still on the tree.
Don't drop it! - seems obvious, but these shells can crack relatively easily if dropped on a hard surface.
Wash with warm, soapy water only - don't try to wash it in a dishwasher as high temperatures may crack the bowls. Also, don't leave it to soak in water for long periods as this will reduce the bowls longevity. These bowls are not microwave safe.
Polish with coconut oil every 10 uses - if your bowl is starting to lose its shine it’s time to give it some love! Simply rub some coconut oil on the inside of the bowl with a cloth or a brush and you'll start to see the changes immediately. If your bowl is starting to become porous, apply a couple of coats of raw linseed oil to the outside and let it cure for a few weeks.
Delivery and pickup options
FREE DELIVERY on all Australian orders over $200.
- You can also place an order online and pick it up for FREE from one of two central Gold Coast locations: Parkwood, or Surfers Paradise (on market days). Simply select this option at checkout.
- We also deliver internationally - prices from $30. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
- Next day dispatch for all orders placed Mon - Fri.
Bulk order discounts available
We provide bulk discounts to a variety of businesses including restaurants, hotels, holiday rentals, cafés etc and can cater for a variety of events such as weddings, birthdays, corporate conferences and more. With a 1000+ coconut bowl capacity per week, we've got you covered. Email us at email@example.com for a fast and personalised quote.
Come and visit our stall at the Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets - every Friday and Saturday between 4pm and 9pm on the promenade opposite Cavill Avenue.
We hope you enjoy your coconut bowls!