Not exactly fabric, but certainly craft inspiration: Mixtape: http://www.mixtapezine.com/
A pack of oddments and a big fat quarter (love those nests!) from Pippijoe: http://www.pippijoe.com/
A fabric piece (can you see an emerging bird theme??) from Surface Art: http://www.surfaceart.com.au/
The background fabric in this shot (which I've used in all the pictures here) is, like the scrap bundle, from Kristen Doran Design: http://www.kristendoran.com/
Another bird, and some delicious red/cream trees from Ink & Spindle: http://www.inkandspindle.com.au/
A scrap pack and several small pieces (oh my, another bird!) from Cloth: http://www.clothfabric.com/
These scrap bundles were acquired on a recent trip to Surry Hills in Sydney, where I found Bird Textile: http://www.birdtextile.com/
Note to all these businesses: a quilter like me rather does like scrap bundles/oddment bags and so forth. Little of a lot collections. Since these often hand-screened fabrics are generally more expensive than commercially printed/mass-produced fabrics, I like being able to buy a variety of scrap pieces.
There's a rather nice quilt waiting to emerge from that lot, don't you think?
I also acquired/assembled this little collection:
...from Amitie: http://www.amitie.com.au/
A couple of the designers said that the latest thing (owls having been done a lot) is going to be donkeys. I'll take their word for it. Think I'll work with the bird theme. Hmmm. Reminds me of the daily china around here. And I think I remember buying some Australian designer bird-themed fabric at the Sydney Quilt Show, too. It will be added to the mix for the quilt, methinks.