Rough seas cast the Bull Kelp upon the shores of the island. From where it is collected. Carefully selected pieces must be fresh, of a certain size and thickness. The colour of the Kelp can vary from yellow, green, brown, red or black. By cutting, scoring, stitching and manipulating the Bull Kelp it is transformed into a variety of items. King Island Kelp Craft is located at the Reekara Community Complex. Call in and enjoy a coffee while you browse through the wide range of kelp souvenirs, handmade gifts, art, crafts and local produce on offer from local artists and makers. You’ll be surprised from the moment you walk through the doors of the old ‘Primary School’ building.