King Island Kelp Craft is a unique form of handcraft originally created by local King Island resident Lorraine Powell in the early 1990's.
Since then locals and visitors have admired the designs created by a very select group of people.
Local Grassy residents Betty Box and Bevin Collins had been handcrafting a wide range of kelp souvenirs for over 19 years which they sold from their quaint King Island Kelp Craft shop located in the Grassy township.
They passed on their invaluable knowledge along with the special process needed to Sandy Robinson after she took up the craft early in 2019.
The King Island Kelp Craft shop is now located in the Reekara Community Complex where it shares a space with other artists and makers from on and off the island.
Be sure to visit us next time you're on King Island.
Address: 2249 North Road, Reekara, King Island
Phone: 0458 569 591