Cook, lawyer, TV presenter, author, and now Australian Made Week Ambassador, Adam Liaw is urging consumers to seek out and buy genuine Aussie products bearing the trusted green-and-gold kangaroo logo to support the country’s makers and growers, as well as safeguard against access and supply issues highlighted by the pandemic.
Dr Ken Cato AO is an Australian designer with an international reputation. He has designed thousands of brand identities, including the iconic green and gold Australian Made logo. To celebrate his new book we are giving six lucky Aussie Made Club members the chance to WIN a copy.
The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) Foundation’s annual Australian-made Ag Bag is a fan favourite at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Whether you’re hunting down Easter eggs, camping by the beach or spending the weekend entertaining family and friends, make sure your Easter is authentically Aussie by looking for the iconic green and gold kangaroo.
Following the success of the first ever Australian Made Week in 2021, Australian Made Campaign is excited to announce the dates of Australian Made Week 2022! Running from Monday 6th June to Sunday 12th June, the annual campaign will focus on encouraging consumers to actively seek locally Australian made and grown products both during the week and into the future.
With the devastating rain finally easing across Queensland and New South Wales and the clean up well underway, Australian Made is encouraging consumers to help local businesses fight back through its new 'Flood Fight Back' product page.
PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival has partnered with Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL) to continue the elevation of Australian fashion in the global market and whet the increasing appetite of international consumers for Australian Made designers and makers.
This year is an exciting one for Aussie furniture manufacturer and Australian Made Campaign licensee, Eaststyle Furniture.
The Australian Made Campaign is pleased to announce that the iconic Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) kangaroo logo is now a registered trademark in the Philippines and protected under local Philippine law.