About us

Unique, meaningful and locally-designed apparel since 2014.

We've been following our passion for almost 5 years with an unrelenting mission to create respectfully designed apparel to remember those who gave their today for our tomorrow.

We are small and passionate team based in Currumbin, Queensland. The Tribute Collective has been proudly providing quality garments to RSL clubs, members, sports teams and individuals around Australia and New Zealand since 2014. Our products are designed to acknowledge the extraordinary service of Australian and New Zealand military men and women. Through our respectfully designed apparel, we tell stories about our heroes who contributed, served or died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations from the Boer War and beyond.

We are on a mission

We see value in the combination of fashion, quality, price and the community we serve. Giving back to our loyal community has been a natural part of our culture right from the beginning which is why we support individuals and nonprofit organisations to assist their objectives of “giving back” to those who need it most.

GIVING BACK

Our charity work

Legacy Australia is a charity and voluntary organisation dedicated to caring for the families of our incapacitated and deceased veterans. For the last four years, we have maintained our fundraising partnership with Legacy Australia through making regular donations from the purchases of garments from our Tribute Collection. We consider this effort to be an inseparable part of who we are and what we represent as a company. 

Authentic elements

Approved army badges

Our designs are created by our local and experienced designers in close collaboration with ex-serving military personnel for the most accurate and authentic meaning. We are proud to have official endorsements from the Department of Defence, Australian Army allowing us to display several legitimate historical badges, such as the 3rd Pattern Rising Sun badge and the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps badge.

The third pattern: Rising Sun badge

Also known as the General Service Badge, it was worn by all soldiers of the 1st and 2nd Australian Imperial Force in both WW1 and WW2. Since then, it has become the official insignia of the Australian Army.

Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps badge

The RAANC has provided over 100 years of service in the care of men & women of service during times of war. The badge was introduced in 1951, and embodies the values of service, compassion and care for humanity.