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AISN First Nations Gift Giving Guide 2022

Native Title & Public Interest Law
The Arnold Bloch Leibler Indigenous Solidarity Network (AISN) has compiled a First Nations gift giving guide. We encourage you to check out the gifts featured below and share with your network in support of First Nations businesses.


Category Product
Fashion and accessories
  • Haus of Dizzy – Retailer of jewellery with collections ‘Ally Friendly’, ‘Blak Collection’, and ‘Indigenous Pride’.
  • Clothing the Gaps – An Aboriginal social enterprise that sells a range of ally friendly and mob only clothes and accessories that are great for gifting (including $20 and $50 gift lists).
  • The Koorie Circle – Jewellery, bags, wrapping paper, even Jibbitz for your Crocs!
  • MSCL.UP – Activewear brand for everyone, ethically designed and made.
  • Uluru Statement from the Heart, Official Merchandise – Uluru Statement from the Heart merchandise is available through The Iconic in collaboration with the Uluru Dialogue, a First Nations-led group based at the UNSW Indigenous Law Centre, which is leading a national education campaign on the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
  • Amber Days – Ethical children’s wear label that is inspired by the Australian bush, desert and sea. Amber Days is made for mindful, adventurous, free spirited little ones, who are the next generation of change makers.
  • Emro Designs – Soft furnishing and homewares, including cushions, wallpaper, home rugs, picnic rugs, outdoor mats.
Food and drink
  • Warndu – Indigenous owned company that curates Australian native food experiences and sells various food related products, ranging from native cooking ingredients (including wattleseed, lemon myrtle, and strawberry gum), teas, and cookbooks. Their First Nations Food Companion Starter Pack is a fantastic gift idea.
  • Nadurna – Contemporary Australian First Nations art, including prints, clothing, phone cases, and gift cards.
  • Salty One – Indigenous artist Lowell Hunter creates sand art and uses drone photography to capture the scale of his works within breathtaking landscapes.
Health and beauty
  • Ochre Sun – Female founded and led business manufactures the sunscreen infused with sustainably and ethically sourced Indigenous botanicals.
  • Native Secrets – Everyday products made with extracted essential oils from wild harvested Australian natives, transforming them into the highest quality natural skincare products.
  • Bush Balm – Products on offer include rubs, moisturisers, soaps and lip balms. Purchases support the social enterprise in its efforts to provide free bush medicine for Indigenous dialysis patients in remote parts of Australia.
And... all-rounders
  • Our Dilly Bag – Our Dilly Bag is an 100% Indigenous owned, women led, social enterprise focused on reconciliation between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people. The business provides access to various offerings and short-lists of recommended goods, including periodic subscription options, entitling the subscriber to curated boxes delivered to fit with trending items, topics, or events of significance (including clothing, booked, information booklets, event or entertainment tickets).
  • Aboriginal Bush Traders – From fashion and skincare to homewares, art, and even Christmas decorations! All products are ethically sourced and sustainable, as well as directly supporting local Indigenous communities.


We also recommend looking at other First Nations gifting guides available, including:


To find out more about the Arnold Bloch Leibler Indigenous Solidarity Network, click here

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