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Where to buy Australian made woollen jumpers

Shop the finest merino fibres Australia has to offer from these leading retailers.

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Australia has some of the highest quality wool on offer. We've found all the online retailers that sell woollen jumpers from your favourite brands.

There are very few brands that still manufacture in Australia and use 100% wool. In most cases wool is mixed with other fibres such as cashmere or polyester to soften the sweater, otherwise you end up with an itchy alternative. Merino is a softer option so we've included brands that have a combination and those that design here but manufacture elsewhere.

Where to buy Australian made woollen jumpers online

THE ICONIC
THE ICONIC: Stocking Australia's favourite brands from sporting and activewear to shoes and winter must-haves, THE ICONIC is one of the top shopping destinations.
Australian made brands stocked: Arnsdorf
  • Free shipping over $50
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • Finance your order with Afterpay
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Amazon
Amazon: The US shopping giant offers new releases, best sellers, Australian brands and high quality products for any occasion.
Australian made brands stocked: Wilderness Wear
  • Free shipping over $39
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • Finance your order with Zip Pay
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Etsy
Etsy: Etsy provides a platform for small businesses to sell their goods globally, specialising in vintage, custom and personalised goods, art, collectables and craft supplies.
Australian made brands stocked: Rosey Cheeks Handmade
  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • No change of mind returns
  • No financing options
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Farfetch
Farfetch: Supplying only the finest in luxury fashion and accessories, Farfetch styles men and women for everyday of the year.
Australian made brands stocked: Manning Cartell
  • No free shipping
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 14 days
  • Finance your order with Afterpay
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Catch
Catch: Paying retail prices is a thing of the past with one of Catch's two million deals online. Shop great brands without the price tag.
Australian made brands stocked: Sherpa
  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 14 days
  • Finance your order with Afterpay, Zip Pay
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What other stores sell Australian made woollen jumpers?

  • The LSJ Collection
  • OzKnit
  • Snowdrop Merino
  • Aklanda Australia
  • Well Made Clothes

Made in Australia furniture brands and where to buy them

BrandAbout the brandWhere to buy
ArnsdorfAccredited by Ethical Clothing Australia, Arnsdorf creates high fashion for women with transparency and sustainability.
Wilderness WearIf you call the great outdoors home then Wilderness Wear's huge range of merino base layers, socks and waterproofs for your climbing, hiking, running or skiing are sure to keep you warm.
Rosey Cheeks HandmadeThe Etsy store makes sure the newest members of your family are bundled up in the warmest woollen jumpers and bottoms.
Manning CartellDesigning luxury pieces with sustainability in mind, Manning Cartell has been dressing women since 2005.
AUSTRALIAN OWNED: SherpaWith the aim to bring comfort to the outdoors, Sherpa brings you the highest quality merino for any adventure.

How can you tell if a woollen jumper is Australian made?

Although it isn't always clear, there are a few ways to confirm whether your next woollen addition is made right here in Australia.

  • Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo. One of the easiest ways to tell where the product is made is by looking out for the green triangle logo that is usually present on either the packaging/labelling or the website itself. Anything certified with it means that the product was locally sourced and made.
  • Locations of factories. For products that don't feature the AMAG, you can always check out the "About" or "Our Story" sections of the website which are prominent with smaller businesses.
  • Reputable websites. Other means of verifying include having a look on the Australian Made website. Here you can search products, companies and businesses which manufacture in Australia.

Why buy Australian made woollen jumpers?

There are a few advantages that come from investing in Australian made products:

  • Economic injection. By choosing to buy Australian made products you not only support small businesses but the local economies.
  • Faster shipping times. Another advantage is that waiting weeks for packages is not an issue, with Express post services offering next day delivery in some cases.
  • No international returns or surcharges. With buying locally, you also escape those pesky credit card surcharges and return costs.

Are Australian made woollen jumpers more expensive?

Woollen jumpers made in Australia do tend to come from the higher end brands who invest in greater quality wools. For this reason, along with ethical manufacturing, they can be more expensive.

However, we do suggest checking out locally made products as your money is more than likely to go further. With a higher quality product that will last multiple seasons, you won't have to worry about having to repurchase every winter.

Depending on your budget, what you end up buying could be seen as an investment into not only your own wardrobe but the Aussie economy.

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