Face Mask Filter- 20 Pack - Aboriginal Clothing by Bundarra - Indigenous Apparel - Polos - TeesFace Mask Filter- 20 Pack - Aboriginal Clothing by Bundarra - Indigenous Apparel - Polos - Tees
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Cloth Face Masks

We’ve got all of your face mask needs covered so that you can stay safe and stylish! Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, face masks and face coverings have become an essential part of everyone's protection, some would say they have also become an essential fashion statement too. 

Indigenous Designs

Our original 3 layer Face Masks come with an extensive range of Indigenous designs including authentic Indigenous artworks and other patterns. One of our most popular Indigenous designs is “Wildflowers” by Indigenous artist Holly Sanders. This gorgeous artwork reflects the beauty of native Australian wildflowers in many different beautiful shades of purple, pink, blue and green. This is just one of our gorgeous designs, we highly recommend checking them all out. All of Bundarra’s masks are composed of a bamboo outer, gorgeously soft cotton lining and easily adjustable elastic straps. Each also comes with the addition of 2 complementary filters that can be easily inserted into your mask. If you’d like to buy some masks for your family and friends as well we also offer mask bundles. You can create a bundle by picking a minimum of 5 of your favourite designs. You will receive 10% of your purchase as well as a free hand sanitiser, so that you can keep you and your loved ones safe. 

Care and Handling for our Reusable Face Masks 

There are a few important things to remember when using your mask. The first step is to make sure that your face mask is a nice snug fit by using the adjustable straps and make sure that the mask covers your mouth and nose. Next, is to practice good hygiene in relation to your mask. Make sure you wash your hands when putting it on or taking it off. If you’re planning to re-use your mask without washing it, place it in a clean plastic bag so that it doesn’t get contaminated. Another part to this is do not wear your mask if it is damp as it can easily build up germs. Lastly, the best way of sterilising your mask as recommended by the DHHS is to wash it with detergent and dry it out completely by either using a heated dryer or placing it in the sunshine. In terms of the filters with normal daily use we recommend changing the filter every 2 days.Remember that wearing a mask in conjunction with social distancing measures and frequent hand washing or use of sanitiser is the most effective way of protecting yourself and others.


Our products feature 100% authentic indigenous artworks & designs.


Ethically and sustainably sourced indigenous designed products.


Ease of mind product guarantee and returns policy.


Your orders support indigenous employment and training.