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We provide quality custom apparel for small to large sized businesses all across Australia/NZ.

With an extensive range of quality, cost effective apparel suppliers suitable for different industries including schools, hospitality, health, mining and trades while keeping within your budget.

Check out our suppliers to find the right garments for your business, school or sporting team, just click on the logo to see their catalogue.

We offer several different decorating methods, check out the options to find what you’re looking for!

If you don’t see anything you like we can help you with custom designed apparel specifically for your business, school or sporting team.



Polo Shirts

Fishing Shirts




Footy Shorts

Trucker Caps


Sports Bags/Bags



Corporate Uniforms

School Uniforms

Sporting Uniforms



Suppliers Catalogues


Decorating Options

Heat Transfer

Heat Transfer – the printing method of applying specialty vinyls to garments using a heat press.

Digitally printed or single colour applied to the garment using high heat, vinyl printing produces vivid colours, crisp lines and a spectacular finish.


Embroidery – best for creating logos on a thicker garment, such as a polo shirts or jumpers. Embroidery on garments are long lasting and durable. Embroidery may cost more than traditional printing, however the longevity makes it cost effective. With larger designs, we would recommend printing over embroidery. 

Screen Printing

Screen printing – is a traditional printing process that has been around for hundreds of years. It involves making a stencil and then pushing ink through it onto the other side. This is a great process for large runs because it provides consistency at speed and is therefore capable of producing top quality products at great value. 

DTG Printing

Direct to Garment (DTG) – printing is the process where a printer applies a specially formulated water-based ink directly onto the garment, using inkjet technology.  Think of a paper printer, only bigger.

The garment absorbs the inks into the fibers, creating a softer feel to the traditional method of screen printing.