This is the information page and online shop for Western Leathercraft, Perth’s premier leather-oriented craft shop located in Highgate, Western Australia.

We’re also a supplier of historical replicas and accessories for Re-enactors, Western Martial Artists and LARPers. We have a wide range of books on leathercraft, tattoos, history, swordfighting, costuming, medieval cooking, calligraphy and blacksmithing.

Looking to Learn? We run two leathercraft classes a month on average. One of them is always a Beginner’s Leathercraft Class. You can buy tickets for them here.

297 Lord Street
Highgate, WA 6003.
Near the corner of Lincoln and Lord Street. Next door to the Delicatessan.

PHONE: 08 9227 9127
EMAIL: info @ westernleathercraft.com.au
ETSY STORE: WestLeatherCraft – see here for our range of medieval and fantasy accessories that are handcrafted in our shop.
FACEBOOK PAGE: Western Leathercraft – join our Facebook Community.
INSTAGRAM: Western Leathercraft


  • MONDAY Closed
  • TUESDAY 10am to 5pm
  • WEDNESDAY 10am to 4pm
  • THURSDAY 10am to 7pm
  • FRIDAY 10am to 5pm
  • SATURDAY : 10am to 3pm

If you can’t make it by closing time, give us a call (9227 9127) – we may be able to stay open for you.

A Note on Online Prices:  As we “dropship”, we can afford to make many of the products on the website cheaper than they are in the shop.

Overseas Orders: Unfortunately Australia Post does not allow us to ship items via surface mail. So most items over 500 grams will cost from $35 to $70.00. We absolutely cannot ship any swords to the USA.  

Delivery Times for Online Orders: As we’re a small shop, many of our items are not kept in stock and may take us 2-3 weeks to get in for you. If it takes any longer, we’ll send you an email with an estimated shipping time.


  • Western Leathercraft does not offer either repair services. For repairs and alterations, we recommend Sinikka Leather in Osborne Park.
  • The only custom work we offer is variations on accessories which we make on our Etsy Page.
  • For any other custom work, we usually have a range of cards from amateur hand-crafters.
  • For custom engraving on finished items like wallets or journals, you might like to try either Classic Bookbinders or Muir Books.