Celebrating Australia's unique and fabulous flair | Trending

Celebrating Australia's unique and fabulous flair | Trending

Celebrate all things Australian with this collection that captures our nation's undeniable style and spirit.

Stamp T-shirt, $49. Elwood will donate 100 per cent of all sales from this tee to Wildlife Victoria, supporting Australian animals affected by the recent bushfires. elwood.com.au

Australian Pink Clay Mask, $49.99. Alya Skin was founded by 24-year-old Melburnians James Hachem and Manny Barbas two years ago, and the brand was soon made Instafamous by this clay mask. Available at Priceline pharmacies.

Birdo multi cushion, $59.95. The stunning illustration of Australia's flora and fauna gives this cushion a patriotic point of difference. kasaustralia.com.au

Teatowel, $35. Sydney photographer Sarah Silverton applies her images of Australia's beaches, surf and sand to a range of beautiful fabrics to create stunning pieces for the home. sarahsilverton.com

Farm Hand Organic Chardonnay, $17. A recent BWS study revealed one in five Australians prefer to consume low-alcohol, mid-strength, organic or vegan products. This chardonnay fits the bill quite nicely then. bws.com.au

Glass candle with wooden lid, $40. Partnering with Casa Mondo Candele, each of the candles in this range feature an Australian-themed artwork by artist Trudy Rice. The one pictured has a vanilla, patchouli and sandalwood scent. trudyrice.com

Celtic Cactus reversible quilt set, from $495. This two-tone Australian quilt set includes a quilt cover and two pillowcases, designed with a gorgeous shade of green on one side and a complementary darker hue on the other. inthesac.com.au

La Roche sun dress, $389. Lined with tactile tufts, this is from a collection of sustainably made garments, created in Australia. brigidmclaughlin.com

Aero Liquid Gold, $24.95. Touted by some as a complete game changer in the fake tan stakes, Bondi Sands was created by two Aussie blokes and now has an international following. Available at Chemist Warehouse.

ZxZanerobe volley shorts $30. This Australian menswear label has serious street cred and last year widened its customer base by collaborating with Target Australia. target.com.au

Recycled Siesta throw, $199. A new sub-brand of Waverley Mills, the Recycled range consists of recycled blankets made entirely of offcuts, blanket ends and other unused fibres that pass through the Tasmanian mill, the oldest and only remaining woollen mill in Australia. waverleymills.com

Echidna cushion, $29.95. Did you know echidnas have a maximum speed of 2.3 kilometres per hour, but usually travel at a more leisurely pace of one kilometre per hour? They also look cute on a cushion. pillowtalk.com.au

Agonis Coconut shoes, $69.95. Casual and oh-so chic shoes to wear to your Australia Day barbie. emuaustralia.com.au

Banksia tealight votive, $49. Lots of time and skill is required to carve out banksia seed pods, making this a very special keepsake. They are made in Queensland by a talented wood craftsman. biome.com.au

Kangaroo mug, $22.99. Part of a limited-edition range of novelty mugs featuring Australian fauna, 20 per cent of sales will be donated to Wildlife Victoria's bushfire appeal. yellowoctopus.com.au