It’s no secret Australia is home to some of the world’s best swimwear brands. It makes sense, after all, considering we’re a country surrounded by water and known for our beach culture. However, it can get overwhelming to shop Australian swimwear when there are just so many options out there. The sheer amount of swimwear brands our country is home to, combined with the new ones popping up every day on our Instagram feeds means that sifting through all the options is no easy task… So what do you do when there are too many fish in the sea?
Never fear, we’ve done the hard part. Rounding up some of our favourite Australian swimwear brands, we searched for the best looks out there right now—and trust us, there are some amazing options. Keep scrolling to shop our favourite styles from TK amazing Australian swimwear brands, and don’t blame us if you end up wanting more than one.
Assembly Label now have all your basics covered, including swimwear.
Known for its crochet designs, She Made Me is branching out into all kinds of cute shapes.
andVanita Elle Bikini Pant ($90)
If your style is a little more bohemian, Tigerlily is for you.
Raq is designed specifically with larger cups in mind—so you won't have to worry about falling out of your bikini top.
The earthy tones and muted pastels of Burrows and Co's latest collection have us swooning.
Hyams Beach Swim do supportive and stylish sets.
and Bella Bottom Midnight Teal ($120)
Palm Swimwear incorporates sustainable fabrics into their pieces—plus, they're super pretty.
and Frida Bottom in Dusty Roser ($99)
Ward Whillas are great for sporty cuts and sleek styles.
Rhythm always does swimwear in the most on-trend colours.
and Almond Staple Pant ($69)
Peony's pieces are feminine and flattering, and come in the cutest prints.
Byron-Bay based label Zulu & Zephyr is a boutique label who have gained momentum over the last few years.
Fella has been trending on Instagram lately—grab one of its suits before they all sell out.
You can't go past Seafolly's iconic swimwear. No matter your age, size or style, there will be something for everyone.
Her Line is for the minimalist at heart.
and Type 07 Bottoms X Neon ($70)
We imagine Kim Kardashian would be a big fan of Aexae's styles.
and Slick Bikini Bottoms ($99)
You can always rely on Rye for colourful separates.
RH Swimwear's styles are so affordable, it's hard not to be a handful.
Camp Cove's pieces come in super fun prints you'll never want to take off.
Baku is a well-respected local brand, and they do the best bikini tops for fuller cup-sizes.
Somedays Lovin's trendy style deserve to be worn all summer.
Bondi Bather's cut-out one-pieces and skimpy bikinis are perfect for when you want to show a little extra skin.
Le Buns's swimwear shapes are super flattering on all shapes and sizes.
It can be hard to find trendy surfwear, but Duskii's sporty styles are just that.
and Seaside Bottoms in Sunset ($66)
Ete Swimwear feminine styles, with ruffles and bows, are so fun for the beach this season.
Flaunt your shape with Sommer Swim's teeny bikinis and cut-out maillots.
Cult Byron Bay label Spell Designs has just done a range of eco-conscious swimwear, and we're all about it.