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Happy Planet Toys is the first and only business to create eco-friendly toys in Australia from recycled Australian milk bottles.

The company was started by mum-of-three, Miranda, to demonstrate to children the value of recycling and reducing plastic waste, and to help children to make a direct and positive connection between their recycling and toys.

Inspired by Australia's Great Barrier Reef, their toys are designed with engaging characters and functionality to spark imaginations and inspire fun.

Happy Planet Toys sources their milk bottles from kerbside Australian recycling, as well as designing and manufacturing here too.

Their recyclable packaging is plastic free, plus the toys can be recycled when they’re finished with, to be made into something else useful!

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Happy Planet Toys

Phone: 0414567930

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.