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11 iconically Australian face mask designs available right now


Kath Day-Knight mask

From the humble sausage sizzle to Australia's TV icons, these are the face masks that define Down Under.

Since Australian humour sits in a league of its own, we've brought together our top 11 face masks that will either have you in stitches or remind you of exactly how Aussie you are.

If you're after more humorous face masks, we've got you covered with our funny face mask article. Bear in mind that these masks are not medical grade. Find all our guides on P2, KN95 and surgical face masks here.

1. Because who hasn't been swooped come September?

Magpie face mask.

Spring in Australia means two things, our beautiful flora blossoming and magpies making it known that they don't like you.

So if your first instinct is to stop, drop and roll whenever you see one, we think this mask is just the thing for you. Need this in your life? Shop the Magpie mask on .

2. Emus, always.

Emu face mask

Need we say more? Chances are you've probably got one sitting in your pocket in the form of a 50 cent coin. Continue to spread the emu love with this incredibly subtle mask.

Shop the likes of our national bird on .

3. The woman, the myth, the legend: Kath Day-Knight

Kath Day-Knight mask.

It's nice, it's different, it's unusual. The Aussie television icon is now bringing you all your mask needs with a touch of backyard flare.

If you need this Kath Day-Knight mask "toot sweet" then you can find it on Redbubble.

4. Incredibly cute, but feed at your own risk

Cockatoo face mask

If you live in Australia then you've probably had one of these majestic creatures land on your balcony or in your backyard. More often than not they'll stick around to pose for a photo and not a minute more.

Shop this Aussie icon on .

5. Andrew, you don't run the press conference

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There's only team ScoMo or team Andrew. It was the height of the coronavirus pandemic and as far as press conferences are concerned, this one topped the cake.

Shop this political favourite at Redbubble.

6. Australian elections mean one thing: the democracy sausage

Democracy sausage sizzle

Who doesn't love a democracy sausage? From sausage sizzles at your local Bunnings to scoring one at the polling booths, it doesn't get more Aussie than this.

Find the sausage sizzle face mask of your dreams at Redbubble.

7. Australia's latest #CovidCrush: Professor Brett Sutton

Prof. Brett Sutton face mask

It's safe to say that the chief health officer has grown quite the Australian fanbase over the last few months.

Show your support by sporting this dazzling face mask courtesy of Redbubble.

8. The Australian flag

Aussie flag.

No iconic Australian face mask list is complete without the national flag. Throughout the years it's been worn proudly on scarves, towels, tents, sunglasses and now you can sport the Aussie pride while keeping safe.

Get your hands on it via Etsy.

9. The breakfast of dreams

Vegemite face mask

We think this one is quite self-explanatory. From slices of Vegemite to jars of it, take your pick from a range of face masks creating an ode to the family favourite spread with Redbubble.

10. Bin chicken anyone?

Bin chicken face mask

Is there anything more majestic than an Ibis on a face mask? We didn't think so either. Show your love to one of the many faces of Australian wildlife with Redbubble.

11. Hot or cold Milo? Obviously cold.

Milo face mask.

And last but certainly not least, it's the age old Milo debate. If you spent your childhood spooning twice the recommended amount then you should probably add this one to your Redbubble cart ASAP.

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