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Amity Blue
Indigenous Designed Towels

Made with Recycled Plastic Bottles
Creating A Brighter Future

Artist Bio:

Tyrone Taylor is a proud descendant of the Yalanji People who are the Traditional Custodians of Julaymba (Daintree Rainforest). His ancestors and family have strong cultural connections to Buru-Warra, (country on the western side of Julaymba). Tyrone was born and raised on Gubbi-Gubbi Country (Sunshine Coast, Qld) and now resides on Jerrinja/Wandi-Wandanian Country at Callala Bay. Tyrone works in Indigenous Affairs to help ensure Aboriginal people have the best possible opportunities in life.
His paintings are to honour and pay respects to his late Uncle who taught Tyrone all about Country, Culture, and his family ties. This painting is one of many stories shared by his Uncle when Tyrone would return to Country and spend time with him each year. It is also a way to keep his Uncle’s legacy alive.
10% sales of each indigenous designed towel will be donated to (and shared between) Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child & Family Centre and Shoalhaven Suicide Prevention Awareness Network.


Dabway – Black Messenger Bird is the only animal able to communicate the stories from our ancestors and other animals. When you see Dabway, you must stop and listen because Dabway could be sharing stories from the Ancestors. If you don’t pay attention, you will miss the messages from the past.
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Dakway Manjal Dimbi

When Manjal Dimbi (hungry Mount Demi) is hungry, the Lili Pili will flower, to attract insects to help pollinate the flowers to bring on the fruit. When the fruit is ripe, the storms will rumble and shake the trees to drop the fruit and the rain will flood the rivers that will carry the fruit to Manjal Dimbi. Manjal Dimbi will show he’s no longer hungry by calling to Mother Earth to cease the rain and allow the floods to head out to sea. Whenever you see Lili Pili Trees start to fruit, you will know the rain season is on its way.
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Kidja Moon

Thousands of years ago, our people found it hard to hunt during the night because it was difficult to navigate through the rainforest and find where the animals were resting. Our people tried to light really big fires to light up the rainforest, but still, the fires weren’t bright enough. An old warrior threw a boomerang into the sky that rotated so fast it lit up the night and formed Kija. Now hunting and navigating through the rainforest is a lot easier and for the rest of the people on Mother Earth.
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Eco Friendly & Sustainable Beach Towels

Our fabric is made using recycled plastic bottles.

As of May 2022, 140,000 water bottles have been recycled to create our range of quality towels.
We want to double that figure in the coming months of 2022 and then double it again until plastic water bottles become their own threatened species.
What makes our towels different
We love our customers, and they love us

What our customers say

“Love these towels. Great for our environment and a wonderful reuse of materials. Really love the way they are light and sand free!”

Joseph M Corbin

“Love these towels! They are super absorbent and I love that I can drive home after a surf with one wrapped around my waist and the car seat stays dry, which doesn’t happen with normal towels. Sand flicks off even when it’s wet and they dry out so quickly ready for the next use. I find I don’t need to wash them as often too as they dry quickly and stay fresh smelling. They fold up much smaller in my bag, so great when carting a heap of kids stuff to the beach. Really such a good investment and worth every cent. And they look awesome too, I want one in every colour!”

Sharon Groves

“Took my new Amity Blue towels on a multi day scuba dive trip! Compact & super absorbent dry off quick ready for the next day of fun! Relaxing on the beach after a great day one shake & the sand is gone! Hard to believe they are made from recycled plastic bottles saving the planet.”

Jenny Holbut
Sustainable Recycled Towels

Recycled Plastic Bottle towels

Our towels are made with love for our planet. We use a yarn called Repreve that is made from recycled plastic bottles. Each 160cm x 80cm towel is made with just over 20 recycled plastic bottles.
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Light & Compact Towels + In A Bag

We’re all about comfort, style and quality. Our 160cm x 80cm towels are 390 gsm, this makes them lightweight and compact to fit in any size bag taking up very little room. The microfiber waffle fabric is really soft, stylish and super comfortable.
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Are Amity Blue towels a healthier option than cotton?

Yes! Our towels are antimicrobial which means they kill or slow the spread of bacteria, odours, viruses, and germs. This makes them ideal for using in your home, at the gym, yoga studio, the pool, boat, absolutely anywhere.

How long do the towels last?

Our towels are long lasting and made to the highest standards using 390gsm fabric and double stitched seams. This makes them one of the highest quality towels on the market. We are confident that your towels will outlive any regular towel and you will get many years of enjoyment from them.

How do I clean my beach towel?

Our towels are so easy to clean, a cold machine wash is all that’s required. They will dry on the clothesline in half the time of an average towel and we’ve added a hang tag to easily hang up your towel on a hook if you can’t get to a line.

Where are Amity Blue towels made?

Our towels are designed in Australia and manufactured offshore. We use a yarn called Repreve that was invented by Unifi a company based in North Carolina in the United States. Whenever you see the Repreve logo you can rest assured that your products contain recycled plastic bottles.

Can you put Amity Blue towels in the Dryer?

Our towels dry in half the time of a regular towel. Hanging them on the clothesline to dry is all that’s required. We do not recommend putting them in the dryer.

What are sand free towels made of?

Our towels are a waffle weave microfiber. We use 80% recycled plastic and 20% polyamide to make them. The fibres of our fabric are so fine and loop free that sand cannot get caught in them and falls straight off.

How absorbent are sand free towels?

Our sand free towels are super absorbent and hold three times their weight in water.


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