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Swimwear Made From Fishing Nets

SUSTAINABILITY IS NOT A GOAL. IT’S A WAY OF THINKING, A WAY OF BEING, A PRINCIPLE WE ARE GUIDED BY.” – GIULIO BONAZZI, CHAIRMAN OF AQUAFIL GROUP This collection we have strived for sustainability in our product range. ECONYL have enabled us to do so by providing fabrics that are regenerated from nylon contained in waste such as carpets, clothing and fishing nets, and then transformed back into raw material without any loss of quality. ECONYL's mission is to reduce waste and pollution whilst manufacturing products that are not only entirely made of regenerated material but are fully and endlessly regenerable. Their forward thinking concepts highlight the possibilities of green living. THE PROBLEM Between 2010 and 2020, fibre consumption will grow...

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Three Aussie Destinations To Explore Over A Long Weekend

Pacific Palms 
Pacific Palms is a small coastal township approximately 3.5 hours north of Sydney and is undoubtedly a hidden utopia to the majority of the world. Experience secluded beaches with pristine white sand and crystal clear water, world-class surf breaks, countless wildlife amongst subtropical rainforest surrounds and modest local cafes and pubs. Is there much more in the world you could want. StayThe Ruins campground (or Bulls Paddock as it is referred to by the locals) at Booti Booti National Park is right on the beach, pitch your own tent, or Simple Pleasures offers the ultimate in comfort with their glamping packages. (Think duck feather pillows, Persian rug flooring!) The campground has BBQ facilities and good hot water showers....

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