A brief backstory…
Workshop26 is Kimba’s creative quarter; a melting pot of makers, micro-businesses, and all-round good people.
Housed in a disused tractor workshop on the main street of Kimba (population 600), Workshop26 is industrial, stylish, and just the right amount of quirky.
A not-for-profit enterprise, Workshop26 aims to bring people together, and creates a market place and meeting place; a place for small businesses to grow, for people to learn, and for visitors to get a real taste of our wonderful little community.
Workshop26 is the brain child of five dynamic women; farmers, makers, business owners, and even a publican; a delicious blend of ideas, inspirations and styles.
Times can be hard on rural main streets, especially dry times like these; this group of savvy women – affectionately known as the Mad Women of W26 – know that diversification and tapping into the #buyfromthebush movement is the key to keeping dollars local, businesses open and families in town.