At Melco Fabrics, we pride ourselves on our commitment to ethical textile production and our collaboration with the Australian Made Campaign. In this blog post, we will delve into the significance of the Australian Made Campaign, explore the certification process for Australian-made products, and highlight the importance of Australian Made textiles in fostering slow fashion. Join us as we showcase our dedication to sustainability and craftsmanship through our certified knit fabrics, in alignment with the values of the Australian Made Campaign.

What is the Australian Made Campaign?

The Australian Made Campaign is a distinguished initiative that celebrates and promotes products genuinely made in Australia. It is a trusted symbol that assures consumers of the authenticity and quality of Australian-made goods. As a registered not-for-profit organization, the Australian Made Campaign plays a crucial role in supporting local manufacturing and empowering consumers to make informed choices.

Why is the Australian Made Campaign important?

The Australian Made Campaign holds immense significance in several aspects. Firstly, it promotes the growth of local industries, ensuring the preservation of Australian jobs and fostering economic prosperity. By consciously choosing Australian-made products, consumers actively contribute to the sustainability of our economy. Additionally, the campaign serves as a beacon of trust, assuring consumers of the superior quality, safety, and ethical standards associated with Australian manufacturing.

How do products get certified as Australian Made?

The certification process for Australian Made products is thorough and stringent. Products must meet the guidelines set by the Australian Made Campaign and undergo meticulous assessments to ensure compliance with Australian Consumer Law. These guidelines require that products are substantially transformed in Australia, with at least 50% of the cost of production incurred domestically. Through audits and supply chain checks, the certification process ensures transparency and integrity in the manufacturing process.


The importance of Australian Made textiles and slow fashion

In an era of fast fashion and disposable garments, the significance of Australian Made textiles cannot be overstated. By supporting Australian Made textiles, we embrace the principles of slow fashion, emphasizing durability, craftsmanship, and sustainability. These textiles not only uphold fair labor practices and ethical production methods but also contribute to the reduction of the fashion industry's environmental impact. By investing in Australian Made textiles, we ensure the longevity of our clothing, supporting a more sustainable and conscious approach to fashion consumption.


Valuing Slow Ethical Textiles Production

At Melco Fabrics, we are proud to have certified our knit fabrics with the Australian Made Campaign. Our commitment to slow ethical textiles production aligns perfectly with the values upheld by the campaign. We place great importance on sustainability and transparency in our manufacturing processes. By minimizing waste, utilizing eco-friendly materials, and ensuring fair labor practices, we prioritize the long-term well-being of our environment and the communities we serve. Choosing Melco Fabrics' Australian Made textiles means embracing quality, durability, and a genuine commitment to ethical fashion.



The collaboration between Melco Fabrics and the Australian Made Campaign exemplifies the power of ethical textiles production and the importance of supporting Australian-made products. By choosing Australian Made textiles, we foster slow fashion, preserve traditional craftsmanship, and contribute to a more sustainable future. Melco Fabrics' certification with the Australian Made Campaign signifies our unwavering commitment to ethical practices, transparency, and the pursuit of excellence in the textile industry. Together, let us embrace the beauty of Australian Made textiles and work towards a fashion industry that values sustainability, quality, and longevity.

Melanie Coultas