Great Barrier
Reef Foundation
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Treat yourself to a little Reef-tail therapy and these generous organisations will donate a portion of their sales proceeds to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation for Reef research.

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Oroton Limited Edition Coral Clutch

Our second collaboration with Oroton has created this limited edition Coral Clutch. Crafted in Black Mix canvas and smooth leather, the style features Light Gold hardware encompassing one main compartment with a leather patch pocket. Available in Black or Blue for a limited time only.

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Reef-inspired swimwear

Australian swimwear designer We Are Handsome and Yoox, the world’s leading online lifestyle store for fashion, design and art, have joined forces to donate a portion of sale proceeds from this Reef-inspired swimwear collection.

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Homeware to inspire

Emilie O’Connor homestore’s first collection is a collaboration with the Foundation & made with renewable bamboo fibre. An alternative to single-use plastic, it is light, designed for indoor/outdoor use & durable. The designs are inspired by the reef - inspiring awareness protection and contribution. 5% of profits will go to help protect the Reef.

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Ride for the Reef

Fly your Reef colours in this exclusive new range of reef-inspired sports gear for men and women from Urdi. This eye-catching range of cycling gear and polos use the best of Italian functional fabrics and chamois for a comfortable ride. 10% of all sales will be donated to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

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Activewear goes Eco

My Mantra Active in collaboration with Rocket & Honey have come together and created a print designed to remind us that our earth needs us. Made from recycled plastic this activewear is giving 20% to the Reef.

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Wear your heart on your sleeve

Australian, Solar Bare, is a purpose-driven sun wear inspired by & showcasing the patterns of the Reef. Each vibrant print tells a story of tropical reef fish. They are designed and made in Australia. 5% of sales supports the work of the Foundation.

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$1 million worth of prizes

The Foundation has partnered with Play For Purpose, the ultimate win-win charity Australian lottery with $1 million worth of prizes including $500,000 of gold bullion, a luxury car package, travel experiences and gift cards. 60% of ticket sales is going directly to support the Reef and there is a one in 19 chance of winning.

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Luxury scarves and sarongs

Australian designer Sophie Robertson's love for the Reef shines through in her luxury collection of scarves and sarongs and she's donating $10 from every sale to the Foundation.

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Limited edition silkscreen print

Art and homewares brand Roofus Australia reflects the bold energy and spirit of the Australian landscape, in a style they’ve dubbed ‘Pop Australiana’. With a passion for the Reef, 10% of sales of all Limited Edition silkscreen prints are donated to the Foundation. 'Spotted Gum Orange Pop’ is the inaugural print in the collection.

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Eco friendly bananas

Buy a Pacific Coast eco banana with the red tip for a delicious taste of Queensland grown on Reef-friendly farms and a portion of the sale proceeds is donated to the Foundation.

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In the bag

Young Australian company, The Beach People, not only hosts beach clean up days, it's also donating $5 from the purchase of its original jute bag to support the Foundation’s Reef projects.

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Shine and smile - plastic free

In Australia, over 30 million plastic toothbrushes are used every year – plastic that can take over 200 years to degrade. Australian-owned BAMKIKI has found a bright way to help contribute to sustainability – bamboo toothbrushes. Every BAMKIKI toothbrush purchased will see 5% of profits donated to the Foundation.

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Havaianas go feet first

Havaianas Australia teamed up with renowned Australian artist Ken Done to create this limited edition style using his iconic Barrier Reef Garden artwork - for every pair sold a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Foundation.

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Queensland Tissue Products

A portion of the proceeds from Queensland Tissue Products' wholesale Softex Reef range are donated to the Foundation

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