Busy bees have Burleigh bursting with Boomerang Bags

THE BURLEIGH Heads community has been in a flap attending sewing bees to protect the environment.

Two locals are leading the charge, creating “Boomerang Bags” to be placed in the Burleigh business district as a free, sustainable alternative to plastic bags.

Co-Founders Tania Potts and Jordyn de Boer gained support from local businesses, as well as the City of Gold Coast, schools and the community who donated their time to source material and sew bags hand-stamped with ‘Borrow and Bring Back’.


A dynamic group of volunteers, young and old, have been attending weekly sewing bees and have collectively sewn over 2,000 Boomerang Bags.

The official launch of Boomerang Bags will be held on Saturday 31st May in James Street, Burleigh Heads from 11am.

Until then, check out the website or Facebook page.