Hours & Info
Saturday and Sunday 10-4
Retail & Hospitality
The Page and Cup is designed to intrigue, delight and invite exploration for the mind, body and spirit.
Readings: There is usually one reader on site, Mumma Bear, who works with Messenger Cards, years of experience and strong intuition to provide guidance and support. Other readers practice their craft throughout the week and there is always room for more readers and healers to join our community.
New and used books: Discover Aboriginal and Native American culture, Wiccan practices, Norse poetry or Celtic mythology. Learn more about numerology, runes, tarot and palmistry. Find a manual on Reiki, herbology and essential oils. We also provide a book finding service if we don’t have what you need.
Tarot & Oracle Cards: We bring in cards from around the world and usually have over 70 decks to choose from. Our unique selection of cards ranges from classic to steampunk.
Tea: Browse a wide variety of teas from Tasmanian and Australian suppliers: organic herbal teas, fragrant Rooibos, spicy Chai, fruity tissanes and good old Australian black tea. And to make your tea extra special we are the sole Southern stockist of some of Tasmania's best honey from Eee's Bees.
And the Rest!: Who knows what you will find, because we never know what we'll bring in next. Jewelry, Essential Oils, perfume in hand blown crystal vials, smudge, crystals and stones, antique bottles, ceramic dogs and ducks, art, glass and china, vintage wrapping paper and at least one wooden gopher. And very special LGBTIQ+ patches, because who doesn’t need a Pride Velociraptor!
At The Page and Cup, everyone is welcome – we start our day with the motto “Who can we help today?” We want the community to know that we are not just a shop, we offer a wonderful place to learn, to speak, to explore and discover.
The Page and Cup is a safe place. If you ever need support or an escape from weirdness or confrontation, come see Mumma Bear, no purchase necessary.
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Feedback Contact: Lynn Parlett (Mumma Bear) Owner