About Us

Creating New Ways to Connect With Culture

Liandra Swim fuses Aboriginal Australian Culture with on-trend premium designer swimwear. Our swimwear includes seamless designs and striking prints. All our bikini's are sold separately, to allow you to mix-n-match styles, prints and sizes.

Our signature prints are inspired by our Aboriginal Australian culture. Our dream 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 we launch represents a unique story, with each of the prints delving deeper into that narrative. 

The stories and prints we create are inspired by our livid-experience and individual journey. Our prints are also a contemporary representation of our culture and how we identify with our heritage. Our Community Collection prints have been hand-drawn and are inspired by the landscape of location of Milingimbi, in North-East Arnhem Land (NT). 

 

We pride ourselves on creating quality swimwear, through ethical practices. From our prints, to our designs and to our fabrics. This is important to us, as we represent and share such an intimate part of who we are. We hope to create only positive and lasting experiences when you share in Indigenous Australian culture and wear our swimsuits. 

Liandra Swim is an eco-conscious brand. Our fabrics are made from regenerated plastics and recycled elastane. Our mailer bags are home-decomposable and our plant-based packaging is made from cassava. With our packaging being non-toxic and biodegradable within months (3-6 months dependent on the environment).

We are always wanting to do better and be better throughout all aspects of our our brand. 

 

Mon - Fri | 9am - 4pm AEST
Liandra Swim
ABN: 99 387 250 524
Email: hello@liandraswim.com
Mewa Road, Milingimbi NT 0822

 

We are eco-conscious and ethically minded brand. Liandra Swim is designed in Australia and our prints are 100% uniquely authentic.

Our Creative Director/Founder and designer, Liandra Gaykamangu, is a Yolngu woman from North-East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory Australia.