At Maxine Noosa we create unique solid silver and gold pieces of jewellery that gives back to the nature it is inspired by. Our collections tell different stories, and our pieces are these stories that are to be collected like treasures. 

We use pure and solid silver and gold, because we, like our clients, are disappointed when we come across jewellery that contains base metals - where the plating comes off, or worse - your skin turns green or starts to blister from an allergic reaction to these alloys. We believe jewellery should be long lasting and hypoallergenic.

Our original jewellery designs are meticulously designed and crafted by hand. Our pieces are produced either by hand, in our home studio, or through our curated supply chain of production partners.

We minimise our environmental footprint wherever we can, we add the carbon offset option for any travel we do. Our shipping packaging is biodegradable and home compostable. Our shipping is all carbon neutral. We are working towards having most of our pieces made in 100% recycled metal. We are serious about our journey towards becoming fully responsible and sustainable. 

We proudly support the work of the Australian Koala Foundation with our Noosa Koala Collection. A donation is made to the Foundation with each piece from the Koala Collection sold. We are also looking into more partnerships with conservation foundations to link to some of our special jewellery collections to maximise our social impact.

  • Passion for design

    At Maxine Noosa we are passionate about good design - design with a clear purpose, that only uses the best quality locally sourced materials to ensure you get to enjoy your piece for a long time.

  • Noosa, Queensland

    We are lucky enough to call this stunning location our home, and we are passionate about all things Noosa. We never take one moment of this incredible natural beauty for granted.

  • Sustainability

    We are invested in doing our best to keep our carbon footprint as minimal as possible. We believe in giving back to causes that will directly impact the environment around us.

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