Australind Artisan Collective is located in the beautiful heritage listed Henton Cottage.
Henton Cottage, formerly known as the “Prince of Wales Hotel”, was where travellers along the Coast Road could rest from their journey. Built for William Dacres Williams in 1841, it was later purchased by John Allnutt who renamed the property “Henton”, and together with his wife Sarah, established a home and merchant business. He lived in the cottage until his death in 1851. Various families owned the property between 1851 and 1976 when Phil and Holly Nutley restored the cottage to its original condition.
Henton Cottage is now home to the Australind Artisan Collective - a local group of artists and craftspeople with an aim to support local home-based businesses by stocking their quality made gifts and wares. The array of artisan goods range from beautiful prints and painting, woodwork, and fabric items to local honey, jams and chutneys.
301 Old Coast Road, Australind WA, Australia