The Best Ethical Activewear Brands From Australia 

Break a sweat and get your body moving in these ethical and sustainable activewear brands from Australia. Whether you’re looking for new tights, leggings, bike shorts or crops, these workout brands are sustainably made so you can feel good wearing them over and over again. 

Ethical Activewear Brands from Australia

ethical activewear Australia
dk active

dk active 

This eco-friendly brand uses fabrics made from ethical and organic materials and care labels are made from recycled plastic bottles. Even after years of wear, countless workouts, and washes, my workout gear feels and looks brand new. Made in Brisbane, Australia and designed for every body shape. 

Read my full dk active review here. 

Active Truth Review
Active Truth

Active Truth

Active Truth tights are squat-proof and don’t roll down when you’re on the move. They’re super soft and comfortable, and I like the high-waisted design and support. I love that this brand features women of all shapes and sizes on its site. They carry athletic wear, loungewear, outerwear and a sustainable swimwear collection made from recycled discarded fishing nets.

Check out my Active Truth review here.

Sustainable workout clothes Australia


If you love neutrals and basics, you’ll want to get to know Boody. This sustainable brand uses organically-grown bamboo to create must-have fitness gear for yoga, sweaty workouts and lounging around at home. “We put sustainable thinking at the center of everything we do. It inspires us to constantly innovate while keeping people and the planet top of mind.” – Boody.

Spell Active 

Whether you prefer high-waisted bike shorts or bohemian-style sports bras, these prints are sure to inspire your next workout. Spell and the Gypsy’s Activewear line is created from environmentally responsible recycled polyester and elastane blend using waste, reducing the need for raw materials and minimizing landfill and carbon emissions.

Ethical Activewear Brands from Around the World 

Organic Basics 






Girlfriend Collective