We are currently on holiday from 12/6/24 - 22/6/24. All items will be shipped once we are back.


Taking orders for next month 

Eight Indigenous brands supported for the month of Mar

What was inside for April?

Clothing the Gap Always Was Beanie — RRP $40

The original flag beanie is now illegal due to the Aboriginal flag copyright, so Clothing the Gap has found another way to keep your ears warm and your pride loud.

Victorian Aboriginal-owned and led social enterprise, this is a fresh and dynamic label celebrating Aboriginal culture and people.

This absolutely amazing brand is uniting Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through fashion and causes, letting people wear their values LOUD.

Paperbarklove Soap — RRP $10

The owner, Amanda Watts, is a proud Kungarakan (NT Finniss River) woman. She has taken inspiration from my Kungarakan, paperbark heritage to create these beautiful products. Paperbark was used abundantly in ceremony by the Kungarakan people and whether you were planning to or not, you will fall in love with this absolute delight for the skin!

Using simple, natural ingredients made in small batches to ensure authenticity and quality, this soap will invoke love, care, and respect for your skin.

Riley Callie Topic Cards — RRP $34.95

A beautifully visual set of 30 Topic Cards about Aboriginal Australia. These topic cards aim to provide an introduction to the rich depth of knowledge and unique perspectives Indigenous Australia has to offer.

Riley Callie Resources are passionate about providing educators with authentic Indigenous resources making it easier to bring Indigenous perspective into the home.


Custom curated 12-16 page April booklet

Curated by the Our Dilly Bag team, an information booklet that deep dives into topic-specific cultural heritage. This booklet, written and produced by our Founder, Kayla Cartledge, sheds a light on relevant political content and trending key dates.