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Tea-Cup Cottage, Capalaba

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by May (subscribe)
Typical Gemini, with the concentration span of a gnat & not one for sitting still. My old Da used to say that "you're a long time dead". So my mantra is get busy living.Please join me for more at brizzymaysbooksandbruschettasite.wordpress.com
Published November 27th 2017
Even non-shoppers will enjoy this experience
Are you over the whole Christmas shopping experience already? Let me share a venue worth visiting, a place with heart, where it is a pleasure to spend some hard earned dollars.

Tea-Cup Cottage is a Disability Support Service Provider for the South East region of Queensland, offering a range of services including respite, high-care support, and home care.

Their shopfront in Capalaba Central, near the entrance to Big W, is well worth a visit for shopping purposes alone. One of the arms of this organisation is Blue Tongue Adventure Service which caters for young adults with a disability under the age of 25 wanting to explore all that life has to offer by providing a range of activities.

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On Display


Some of these young people have been learning new skills using the Essential Oils, and Tea-Cup Cottage has a delightful array of these products for purchase: bath bombs, massage oils, bath salts and deliciously scented milk soaps.

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Chemical free and natural products


All products are presented in a professional manner with all blends correctly labelled.

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How gorgeous are these?


I met Alex and Nikki on the day I visited who were both busy wrapping gift hampers, filled with these natural, hand made products which would make Christmas gifts anyone would be thrilled to receive.

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Nikki has been practising her gift wrapping skills


There were inexpensive gift hampers that would be perfect for a teacher or a neighbour as well as luxurious pamper packages.

The Tea-Cup shop front is open Monday to Friday, 9am till 4pm

They deliver a wide range of activities from community access to social interaction with the goal to teach life skills so that participants can live an independent life as much as possible.



My work here is done. No more shopping for me. Good luck with yours.
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Why? Support an organization that supports our most fragile.
Where: Capalaba Central, near entrance to Big W
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