We tell the stories of people doing good in the world

Peppermint is an Australian quarterly print magazine focused on style, sustainability and substance. Covering slow food, ethical fashion, natural living, health and beauty, diversity, social entrepreneurs and more, it was created for the rapidly growing number of individuals who appreciate good design and creativity, but also care about social and environmental issues and things that matter.

With diverse, carefully curated content and beautiful photography – including fashion profiles and shoots, inspiring and informative editorials, and thought-provoking, behind-the-scenes features – Peppermint is a celebration of all that’s good in our changing world.

As a small, independent publication, we tell real stories with authenticity and passion. Each issue is designed to give hope and empower you to live a better, more meaningful and more authentic life. Peppermint is designed to be read, loved and cherished – laid out on a coffee table, lovingly stored on a bookshelf as part of a collection or passed onto a friend in need of inspiration. And in this fast-paced world, we feature slow, timeless content that endures – so you can take joy from each issue for many years to come.

Each issue of Peppermint is printed in Australia on PEFC-certified paper at an FSC-certified printer and is 100% carbon neutral. We’re committed to giving back by donating to charity through our Fashion Cents program in every issue, and have supported a number of local and international organisations including Save the Children, The Butterfly Foundation, SecondBite and BlinkNow.

We believe in good people. We believe that style and sustainability can go hand in hand. We believe that positive media is key to creating change.

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  • “Hearing stories from our suppliers about how they help local communities is really beautiful.”⁣
Kristie Lyness and Loren Moreton created their beautiful Bondi boutique @commune_bondi as a way to help people get up-close-and-personal with hand-crafted, sustainably made brands. See more of their stunning space in the pages of our autumn issue 41 – out now! ⁣
#peppermintmagazine #ecoshops #shoplocal #ethicalshops #mindfulconsumption⁣
  • PEPTALKS // Brisbane friends! Grab one of the last remaining tickets to next week's PepTalks and not only will you get to hear from the incredible @isabellucas @minimalista.com.au and @foodconnectbrisbane but you’ll receive one of our LEGENDARY goodie bags, filled with treats from ethical and sustainable brands we love and worth a whopping $140!!⁣
You'll walk away with goodies from @biomestores, @loving_earth, @outlanddenim, @lush_ausnz, @goodandclean_, @justcausebunch, @taprobane_tea, @zuiiorganic, @everescents_organic_haircare, @brownsgeneralstore and @rosielou stationery, plus you'll receive a recent Peppermint back issue and 2019 botanical wall planner – all packed up in an incredible limited edition @foodconnectbrisbane tote designed by @moonshine_madness! Tickets are selling crazy fast, so be sure to grab yours before they’re gone ✨✨✨⁣
#peppermintmagazine #pmpeptalks #goodiebags #giftbags ⁣#freebies⁣
  • Hello, hump-day treat! Hop over to the website for a recipe for delicious lemon myrtle and coconut cake reflective of the Nyoongar season Bunuru, courtesy of our friends at Lighthouse Baking – then pleeease bring a slice or two to our office, stat. 🙏
#peppermintmagazine #lighthousebaking #indigenousfood #indigenousseasons #localfood #bettertogether #nativeingredients
  • PEPTALKS // Have you grabbed your tickets to next week’s PepTalks yet? We’re excited to hear from Carly Willoughby-Rolls, aka @minimalista.com.au – a qualified life coach and educator, activist, changemaker and minimalist. In her workshops and one-on-one coaching sessions she shares tips and resources to help people ditch busy, clutter and overwhelm, get more done in less time, unlock a greater ease and flow to their days, and start to thrive in motherhood, business and life. Working in socially progressive campaigning for almost two decades, Carly is also a specialist in activist education and development.⁣
Appearing alongside Carly at @lightspacebrisbane on 28th March will be actor and climate change activist @isabellucas, and @foodconnectbrisbane founder and ex-farmer Robert Pekin. You’ll also be treated to coffee from @allpressespresso, deliciousness from @nododonuts, wine from @yealands and a goodie bag, so pop over to the link in our bio to snap up your ticket!⁣ A huge thank you to our amazing event partner @bankaust for making PepTalks possible 🌿⁣
#peppermintmagazine #pmpeptalks #minimalism #livewithless ⁣
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“As human beings we’re mammals in a sensitive ecosystem, as vulnerable to the same forces of climate change as every other living creature.” ⁣
While on an educational trip to the Great Barrier Reef, @tamaradean was inspired to create a breathtaking – and spontaneous – photo series capturing the connection and commonality between humans and the environment we inhabit. Grab yourself a copy of our current Issue 41 to read more about this thought-provoking project! ⁣
#peppermintmagazine #tamaradean #climatechange #endangered #climatecouncil
  • Our hearts are breaking for our friends, family and community in New Zealand. “They have chosen to make New Zealand their home. It is their home. They are us. The person who has perpetrated this violence against us is not.” @jacindaardern 💔💔💔
📷 @rubyalicerose
Ways to help from @consciousnessnz
• a crowd funding page called “United for Christchurch” has been set up on @launchgood by the New Zealand Islamic Information Centre with all proceeds going towards the victims, families and community needs.
• A @givealittlenz page has been set up by the New Zealand council of victim support groups called “Christchurch Shooting Victims Fund” - if you’re having trouble accessing it, due to the sheer number of beautiful souls supporting, it does keep crashing.
• The not-for-profit Al Manar trust has set up an emergency appeal for the Muslim community across NZ who need support during this time. Al Manar serves the Muslim community in education and culture to help positive community engagement and fund raising for the community for aid across the world.
• @newzealandpolice and @nzredcross are reminding people that there is the Restoring Family Links where you can log yourself as safe or report missing people
• A number of vigils are being held across the country: * AUCKLAND: Aotea Square 2pm Saturday * HAMILTON: Claudelands Park 8pm * DUNEDIN: Thursday 21 March 7pm
• The Aotearoa Resettled Community Coalition has set up  multiple support lines (multi-lingual depending on your need Arabic, Persian, Punjabi, English & Somali) * The Christchurch District Health Board have their call/text number 1737 to talk to a counsellor * Lifeline 0800111757 * Shakti for culturally specialist confidential support services to women and children of Asian, African and Middle Eastern origins 0800742584
• For the Wellington Pride beauties, the Parade has been put on hold until further notice.

Rituals create a shared experience – they help us navigate emotions, give us comfort and hint at the one-ness we all crave.

- Kelley Sheenan, Founder and Editor-In-Chief, Peppermint Magazine