Case Studies


Tourism Australia


Country Culture was asked to choose a quality, Australian made foodie gift to correlate with a Restaurant Australia marketing campaign. The product needed to be unisex, customized and have a story showcasing the provenance. The gifts were to be presented to both Australian and international delegates.

Custom Design Shared Platter

We worked with one of our talented, local artisans to produce one thousand hardwood timber breadboards. The logo was placed on each board with a branding iron. We also created story cards explaining the wood was sourced from an old bridge in Young, NSW. We wanted the delegates to be reminded of Tourism Australia’s thoughtfulness each time they used their gift.


Bastion EBA Events


Country Culture was asked to create thirty bespoke gift boxes, filled with products made in the Melbourne area. The gift boxes needed to not only feel luxe, but also include handcrafted elements to touch the recipient on an emotional level. The boxes were to be presented to special international executive incentive clients.

Custom Designed Welcome To Melbourne Gift Box

We contacted many of our Country Culture artisans and selected a range of unique gifts to fill the gift boxes to the brim. These included South Sea pearl necklaces or cufflinks, timber boards, local coasters, Australian map tea towels, handmade wattle vases, Australian essence bath salts, canisters of local tea and of course who could resist some gourmet treats. They were impressed!


Tourism and Events Queensland


Country Culture was  asked to source an array of quality gifts for various large events. The products had to be made in Queensland and customised with a logo. The artisans needed to have the capacity to produce their product in the hundreds. Each of these small but light gifts was to be presented to international clients.

A Section of single gifts made in Queensland

We conducted a ‘shout out’ to all of our Country Culture artisans and delivered specially selected items that would be cherished. These included ceramic bowls, leather luggage tags, timber pens, leather key rings and leather earphone cases. The Tourism and Events team took great pride in sharing each story about the provenance of the locally crafted gifts with the recipients.