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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Our Community: Sandy Souls at Dalmeny

We have had drought, bushfires, floods and Covid. Days and months and years of adversity but there is one thing that is never-ending through it all - surf. The South Coast has some of the best surf in Australia and has long been a mecca for those who value nature, clean beaches, great surf breaks, old world hospitality and friendly locals. Welcome to Sandy Souls at Dalmeny. Sandy Souls was created by two sisters, Felicity and Fiona, raised in rural NSW, with a vision to inspire, to embrace endless summer vibes and allow their customers to express their own unique style. Felicity told The Beagle "And so became our little bohemian surf shop inspired haven, nestled here in the South Coast. There’s something about being in the ocean that gifts a strong connection to our planet and a focus to minimise our environmental impact. Our vision is to welcome people to a place where Sandy souls come together to share a coffee in the espresso bar, to say YES to sound beach wear and share a little salty feel good." "So many of our products tell a unique story, like our Rare surf tees, designed in Torquay VIC celebrating the unique contribution our pioneer surfboard shapers "Golden Era" from the 50’s, 60's, 70's and 80’s. "Rare Surf tees embrace a mission to preserve our past surf legend's surf artwork and faithfully reproduce them on classic t-shirts and that pretty much matches our own mantra". . "The shop allows us to also celebrate local designers and artisans such as local jewellery maker Holly Patterson from Soul-sisters jewellery showcasing her mindfully made jewellery. She designs and creates stunning crystal drops right here in Dalmeny". "We endorse all of our stock to ensure it meets our ethos such as the Australian made and owned sunscreens that are paraben, oxybenzone, octinoxate and PABA free. You can find Sandy Souls online at, on Facebook or at their gorgeous beach hut in the Dalmeny Shops.


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