Community, Environment & Sustainability

Located in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Visit Keswick Island supports the ethos of Take 3 for the sea by independently donating 1% of each sale to reducing plastics pollution through initiatives and education.

“Take 3 pieces of rubbish with you when you leave the beach, waterway or anywhere and you have made a difference.”


Visit Keswick Island is a major sponsor of the Keswick Island Art Trail 2022 that used recycled beach rubbish in the nine artworks on display during the Mackay Festival of Arts.

Visit Keswick Island is committed to having a reduced carbon footprint by utilising solar power to operate its office and online store. All documentation is stored electronically and we don’t print out anything on paper. All our products are printed on demand and shipped from external suppliers on mainland Australia.


Our Charity Partner – Thread Together

Did you know these facts? One third of new clothing goes from factory to landfill, while one in eight adults and one in six children do not have adequate access to essential clothing.

I believe circumstances and disadvantage should not prevent Aussies from accessing clothing to allow them to realise their full potential. That’s why I won’t bin any clothing returns with minor imperfections. It’s the reason I’ve partnered up with Thread Together.

These legends do some seriously awesome work donating thousands of unused garments per year to the homeless & vulnerable Australia-wide. Any donations we make help to prove our commitment to supporting sustainability.


Supplier Ethics

I have intentionally chosen Australian clothing suppliers that are also committed to sustainability and ethical practices in their business. Details of their policies are below.

ASColour Social Responsibility
ASColour is accredited Child Labour Free. See more information here:

Gildan Social Responsibility

When it comes to responsible apparel making, we don’t just meet the standards; we meet and respect them with the utmost priority. From providing fair wages to sourcing sustainably grown cotton to using renewable energy, we make apparel better by respecting how we make it, with who we make it, and what we use to make it.