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Where to buy Australian made underwear

From bamboo jocks to lacey lingerie, here are all the online retailers selling Australian made undergarments.

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Picking the perfect undies is a decision in itself, with so many different cuts, styles, support and features, where does one look first? Well we've placed all the brands and retailers that sell Australian made and designed underwear in one easy guide.

Where to buy Australian made underwear online

eBay
eBay: Browse through millions of products across a range of underwear brands on one of the world's biggest online marketplaces.
Australian made brands stocked: Frank and Beans
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  • No free returns
  • No change of mind returns
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Catch
Catch: Never pay retail again with over two million deals waiting to save you some dollars. Get more bang for your buck on a wide variety of household goods, fashion, accessories and undergarments.
Australian made brands stocked: Frank and Beans
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  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 14 days
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Etsy
Etsy: There's no better platform than Etsy when it comes to supporting small and local Australian businesses. Shop specialised vintage, custom and personalised items.
Australian made brands stocked: various
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What other stores sell Australian made underwear?

  • Eco Intimates
  • Hara
  • Bushy
  • Wonderpants
  • Merino Country

Made in Australia underwear brands

BrandAbout the brandWhere to buy
Frank and BeansSpecialising in men's and women's briefs and boxers, Frank and Beans has been providing Australians with quality cotton underwear for over a decade.
Fei Fei's Sewing GaloreBased in Melbourne, Fei Fei's Sewing Galore offers a wide range of comfortable bamboo underwear for women.

Where to buy ethical Australian designed underwear online

Amazon
Amazon: Launched in Australia in 2017, the US shopping giant has quickly become a go-to for Aussies searching for new release products, household goods, clothing and technology.
Australian made brands stocked: Apex
  • Free shipping over $39
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • Finance your order with Zip Pay
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Hardtofind
Hardtofind: This site brings you the best products from independent sellers across Australia and the globe, from small businesses in Byron Bay to Melbourne.
Australian made brands stocked: Stonemen
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  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
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WorkwearHub
WorkwearHub: Shop for all your workplace needs including safety gear, uniform, footwear and accessories with WorkwearHub's extensive range.
Australian made brands stocked: King Gee
  • Free shipping over $99
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 60 days
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Step One Clothing
Step One Clothing: Shop ethically made men's underwear with Step One. Designed in Australia, it provides comfort where you need it most.
Australian made brands stocked: Step One
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Made in Australia underwear brands

BrandAbout the brandWhere to buy
Step OneEstablished in 2016, Step One offers a wide range of bamboo underwear that comes in 100% compostable packaging.
  • Step One
StonemenCotton undies is what Stonemen does best. It manufactures undergarments that are designed with quality and comfort in mind.
ApexDesigned with 100% Australian merino wool, Apex boxers and briefs offer breathability and heat-resistant technology.
King GeeKing Gee has been providing Australians with workwear for nearly a century. Its range started out with a pair of overalls and today features work boots, tops, bottoms and underwear.

How can you tell if underwear is Australian made?

It's not always obvious whether a product is manufactured in Australia, so in this case we suggest checking out one of the following:

  • Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo. If a business sources its fabrics (bamboo, cotton, etc) in Australia as well as manufactures here, then the product is likely to have a green triangle logo on either the website or on the packaging.
  • Reputable websites. The Australian Made website is a great place to confirm your questions. Easily navigate the page with the ability to search a product, business or company.
  • Locations of factories. If you can't happen to spot the AMAG logo, we suggest checking out the "Our Story" or "About" sections of the business's website for the manufacturing locations of its factories.

Why buy Australian made underwear?

We recommend purchasing Australian made for a few reasons. The benefits include higher quality bamboo and cottons, faster shipping times, economic injection and helping out small businesses trying to get off the ground. It doesn't stop there, with cheaper returns (Australia Post can cost less than $10 with tracking) and no international transaction fees.

Is Australian made underwear more expensive?

Not in all cases, but depending on the fabrics used, Australian made underwear can be a little pricier. Most companies that manufacture here have a large focus on the quality standards of their products and so they may hand make the underwear from bamboo and cotton.

Although, paying the extra does even itself out when you consider the fact that you'll get cheaper shipping, real-time customer service, ethical payment of Australian wages and no international transaction fees.


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