Woo-Up Wombat Baby Onesie  - made with 100% organic cotton.

 

The woo-up wombat onesie is inspired by the story of Publedina (aka the Drogerdy). Publedina was a furry animal that lived in the bush and liked to play tricks on humans. One day it played a trick on some hunters by scaring away the animals they were hunting. The hunters captured Publedina and buried her in the ground so she would not escape. But Publedina dug and dug and dug all night to escape and the spirit Moihernee told the hunters to leave her alone as she had outsmarted them. This is a part of Tasmanian Aboriginal creation Story.

 

When purchasing the onesie you will also recieve a bespoke card that tells each animals story written as our gift to you.  This card can be paid forward as it is also a postcard for you to send to send in the spirit of reconciliation.


Our baby onesies are also available to purchase as an Australiana 3-pack

Woo-Up Wombat Onesie

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  • Australia Only

     

    Get it fast! Ready to ship in 2-5 business days. ($9.95)

     

    Can’t wait! Pay a little extra to go Express. ($14.95) Guaranteed Delivery Next Business Day for capital cities (excl. Darwin) and most major regional locations. See Australia Post for more details

     

    Free Delivery for Orders over $100

  • Garment is made with 100% combed organic cotton and professionally screen printed. Garment is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard. 

    Garment is verified by the Fair Wear Foundation as being produced according to ethical codes of labour practice. 

    To maintain the quality of the design, machine wash with cold water on the gentle cycle using a mild detergent.

    Tumble dry low or dry in the sun with love.

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