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11 Australian and New Zealand brands selling face masks

11 Australian and New Zealand brands selling face masks

Wondering where to buy a face mask in New Zealand or Australia? Take a look at these local businesses selling reusable face masks.

11 Australian and New Zealand brands selling face masks

Reusable face masks in New Zealand

Standard Issue

Standard Issue’s reusable cotton masks offer a “soft next-to-skin feel” and a zero-waste whole garment design.

Little Yellow Bird

Made in Wellington, The Little Yellow Bird’s face masks are made with 100% organic cotton with a natural wool filter.

Please note, due to high demand, Little Yellow Bird’s mask sales are temporarily paused. You can sign up to their newsletter for the latest updates.


With innovative filter technology, MEO masks are regarded as some of the best in the industry, made with New Zealand-grown wool and designed to be hypoallergenic.

Annah Stretton

Fancy a face mask with a bit of sparkle? Kiwi designer Annah Stretton has a range of reusable face masks for adults and children.

Mountain Country

Designed and made in New Zealand, Mountain Country’s reusable and washable face masks are made with fabric that is moisture-wicking and bacteria resistant.

Masks by Kenzy

A small, Wellington-based business, Masks by Kenzy was started by Kenzy when she began making masks for friends and family during level 4 lockdown. Now, it’s grown into a business that makes affordable cotton masks in a variety of patterns.

Due to high demand, please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.


Reusable face masks in Australia


Beloved Aussie label Gorman has released their own line of face masks that are sustainably-made with organic cotton.

By Kinsman

Melbourne-based label By Kinsman sell made-to-order face masks with 3 layers of 100% organic cotton. They come in standard or ‘tube mask’ styles.

Second Stitch

A not-for-profit, Second Stich is a refugee and asylum seeker textile enterprise that offers a range of face masks in bright colours and beautiful patterns.


SisterWorks is a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Melbourne that supports refugee women, asylum seekers and migrants. Their masks cost $18 and they re-stock them at 7am every morning.

The Social Outfit

The Social Outfit’s reusable face masks are made from remnant fabrics in bright and colourful prints. For every face mask sold, The Social Outfit will donate one to a person in need.


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