About us


Each item is accompanied by an information card outlining the provenance of the textiles, art, country and culture. Every bespoke piece has a story to tell.

We ethically procure textiles directly from art centres in the NT and WA featuring award-winning textiles from Aboriginal artists and talented emerging textile designers.

Our Barramundi leather is sustainably sourced from the pristine waters of the Kimberley. This once underutilized by-product is now part of our uniquely Australian range.

I hope you enjoy the collection as much as I have enjoyed creating it.

Ooroo for now, Kendra Harding



 July 2016 - Custom made bag designed for Miss World contestant Magnolia Maymuru

 Aug 2016 - DAAF Tiwi Designs Runway

 Nov 2016 - Aboriginal fashion and textile awards runway

 April 2017- Northern Territory Cattleman’s Association ladies luncheon in Darwin presentation to guest speaker Johanna Griggs money from handbag donated to Beyond blue.

July 2017- NT finalist in Australia Post Pitch fest

March 2018 - Northern Territory Cattleman’s Association ladies luncheon in Alice Springs presented a handbag to Guest speaker Sue Hodder Senior wine maker at Wynn’s winery

Sept 2018 - Melbourne Fashion Week, Jira models First Born Runway show at Koorie Heritage trust Federation Square Melbourne.

Sept 2018 - Grand Female Event raising funds for women with HIV in Arusha Tanzania hosted by Felicity Gerry QC at the Crockett Chambers Melbourne.

Oct 2018 - Featured in Mia Freedman book publication 56 Amazing Australian lady start up business’s.

Oct 2019 - Spring Carnival fashion parade at the Williamstown RVMYC ladies  luncheon Melbourne.

Oct 2019 - Display at the Australian Indigenous tourism conference in Lorne Victoria.

August 2020 - Mentor for Charles Darwin University entrepreneur startup business program students

Publication 2020 - Indigenous Textiles of the NT. museum. University of California, USA. Curator Joanna Barrkman.



Ooroo is Australian Made. 
The logo represents yellow wattle.