Funki Munki is THE rural natural health hub that co-creates and supports an expanding proactive like-minded community using in-house knowledge, clear communication, empathy and networking; out of premises vibrating with positivity, authenticity and fun while giving and receiving with ease.
So come for a walk through Funki Munki on a typical Saturday morning…
Funki Munki is a physical bricks and mortar store located at 21 Otho St, Inverell NSW, as well as a 24/7 online store that sends out non-perishable items Australia-wide.
Funki Munki co-hosts two other businesses from their premises: Fill Coffee: that serves up inarguably the best coffee, and chai latte, in the district…
…and Thistle Flowers: an artisan florist supplying floral bunches and arrangements for all occasions.
Carolyn has been a passionate agronomist with a bent towards natural solutions in the field, and who sees the connection between soil, plant, animal and human health.
Carolyn pulled back from actively consulting with farmers after her second child in 2005, and focused instead on spreading information on biological ideas and solutions via an electronic newsletter – From The Soil Up – then opened an online organic shop – Revisiting Nature. She was also a director of Biodynamics Agriculture Australia 2010 – 2013. She opened
Funki Munki in 2015.
Nick is Carolyn’s husband and confidante who also has a long history as an agronomist with strong inclinations towards natural solutions. He is an accredited Permaculture consultant with much sort after computer mapping skills, but spends most of his time now providing and analysing precision ag data.
Cait has been with Funki Munki since 2015, and during that time completed her studies in Nutritional Medicine. She is passionate about helping people find true health and wellbeing through diet and lifestyle.
Kylee has been with Funki Munki since 2017, and is a fitness, health and nutrition enthusiast. She has previously instructed Body Balance and CX-Worx, and holds a Cert IV in fitness.
Funki Munki is a natural merging of skills and interests, all centered around non-toxic, health promoting, fair trade ethics – with an enormous desire to nurture and promote locals into providing more and more of the raw materials and services.
Funki Munki is also host to Wellards Artisan Bakehouse who bake up genuine sourdough breads Wednesday – Saturday, and a variety of real butter pastries on Saturday mornings.