These designs are a selection from the range of quality greeting cards designed by Black Ant Australia. We love Australian regional heritage architecture and celebrate the magic of natural beauty spots. The are printed in Australia with tiny carbon footprint (using recycled card and vegetable based inks)
The lighthouse annointing Cape Byron is iconic and beautiful. Built in 1901 it looks like its covered in pure white marzipan. The Pacific laps at the this most easterly point of mainland Australia. It is an excellent place to spot migrating whales, pods of dolphins, silhouettes of rays and turtles below; birdlife, hangliders and biplanes above. A little slice of heaven in fact.
This design celebrates the historic facade of the Memorial Baths in Lismore, Northern Rivers, NSW. The building is romantic and beautifully maintained. It was built in 1928 in honour of all the local young men who went to the Great War
The Eltham Hotel is classic heritage Australian country pub, nestled in the historic Eltham Valley, by the Richmond River. Built in the gracious building remains a favourite meeting place for locals and visitors.
Danielle Greenslade created Black Ant Australia as a platform to showcase the distinctive visual charms of the Far North Coast of NSW.
This one is a text-based design that celebrates all the glorious twisty twiny waterways that make up the Northern Rivers region. Big chocolate rivers, bubbling brooks, cascading creeks. A unique and precious natural habitat for an abundance of flora and fauna.
Broken Head is an oasis of Pandanus Palms, swirling seaguls, surging sea and natural beauty. A green turfed hill that falls away toward the Three Sister rocky outcrop is perfect for rolling down.