Rohanee Bottoms - Liandra Swim

Liandra Swim

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At Liandra Swim we were inspired by Rohanee Cox, who is a Nyulnyul girl who grew up in Broome, Western Australia. Rohanee is an Olympic champion and is the first Indigenous women to represent Australia at the Olympics, in Basketball and bring a medal home. It was at the 2008 Beijing Olympics she was an integral part of The Opals wining a Silver Medal. She has also captained the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) team Townsville Fire. She won a scholarship to the AIS where she where she excelled as one of Australia’s newest talents.

Since Beijing, Rohanee has continued to represent Australia and has won a host of prestigious sporting awards. She is a passionate advocate for the “Go for 2&5″ fruit and veg campaign, and is an ambassador for Basketball Australia’s Indigenous talent identification.

    • Low-Waist Bottoms
    • Elasticised Ruched Side-Hip Detail
    • Medium to Cheeky Bottom Coverage
    • Reversible (double-lined with Repreve Fabric)
  • Ethical, Sustainable & Eco- Friendly (Using Recycled Plastics Bottles & Recycled Elastane) - 86% Nylon & 14% Elastane
  • UV, Chlorine Resistant & Moisture-Wicking
  • Soft, Durable & Comfortable
We offer Free Shipping Delivery in Australia for all orders over $200.

For international orders outside of Australia, please see our shipping page for current rates and timeframes.

Although we hope you love all your items from Liandra Swim, we have an easy online returns process by emailing if you are not 100% happy with your purchase.

Liandra Swim fuses Aboriginal Australian Culture with boutique reversible swimwear. All our bikini's are reversible and sold separately, to allow you to mix-n-match styles, prints and sizes.

Our signature prints are inspired by our Aboriginal Australian culture. Our desire is to give you the opportunity to exhibit a slice of culture, that has been tens-of-thousands of years in the making! Each collection represents a unique story, with each of the prints delving deeper into that narrative.