We love beautiful things and beautiful people
We created our own oasis
Three-0-two is a Home & Giftware store located in the small regional town of Narembeen, co-owned by two biz mums, Amy and Anita. Born from an idea thought up on a child-free trip to town, the idea soon became a reality and we have never looked back!
Transforming a space in the local hardware store owned by Amy and her husband Andy our new oasis was born. Boasting exquisite homewares, a spot of jewellery, clothes and lovely smelling candles- our oasis has become a hub for country women to get a moment to shop and dream. Because who doesn’t love home decorating and all things pretty?
Three-0-Two – what’s in a name?
Well, it took us a while to find the perfect name- but it turned out to be right in front of us! As both of us are very community orientated, we felt it best to be recognised how most businesses are, in the town of Narembeen. Firstly by name and secondly by phone number!
All phone numbers start with our area code of (08) and are followed by 90 647 – and then each family or business has a three-digit number that is usually associated with them. If we were to ask the question of a phone number for any one business or family, a local would respond with the last three digits – and so 302 (three-0-two) was born!
The Ladies on a mission to make the wheatbelt a prettier place
Now to introduce ourselves, Amy (Ames) – married to Andy (Pom) – yes that’s where he’s from and his nickname, has son Blake, whom is studying away, and Alice who is still schooled here at Narembeen District High School.
Amy is a fantastic member of our community who is on various boards and committees, and volunteers lots of her time to many other sporting and community groups- acting as a super Mum, a Shire Councillor, and a mean netballer while still managing to run the shop and hardware full time with her husband!
Amy’s other interests involve swimming, umpiring netball, sharing a wine with good friends and trying to find lost things!
Anita – more commonly known as Neats – married to Brendon (Bardy). Neats and Bardy have a tribe of children – Mia (7), Rhienna (5), Paige (3) and Jye (2). The two eldest also attend Narembeen District High School and little Paige starts in 2018.
Neats also loves being a part of the community of Narembeen when not on the family farm 35 kilometers east of town (Bardy is a third generation farmer!).
She can be found to have her hand in many things, from wedding decorating, interior designing, baking, playing some netball – and often doing everything at once!
She loves a cheeky champagne with the gals, spends lots of time taxiing children everywhere, is working on becoming a little less stringent with her perfectionism and would love for the housekeeping fairies to pop in every now and again!