On average, Australians purchase 27kg of new textiles each year and then discard around 23kg into landfill — annually.
Building on our ethos to create sustainable outdoors clothing with minimal environmental impact and a positive societal change through transparency, we’ve teamed up with textile recyclers UPPAREL to make it easy for you to reduce your impact and minimise what you’re putting into landfill.
Have 10kg of your old clothing collected for just $25, and receive a $25 voucher to spend at Team Timbuktu. Win, win.
*On your first UPPAREL collection only. $25 voucher valid on orders over $49.
1. Register for collection.
Go online and book your collection. You can send 10kg for just $25. We’ll send you a $25 voucher to redeem on full-price product at Team Timbuktu.
2. Gather up your unwanted items.
Gather up your unwanted clothing, linen and shoes. Ensure clothes and textiles have been given a clean, ready for someone else to use and love. Shoes should be in good condition and be given a quick wipe. No underwear and bra’s please!
3. Let us know when to pick it up!
Pack your items ready for collection in a box or secure package. Parcel must be completely sealed (open boxes and garbage bags cannot be collected). Login to your account and notify us when they are ready for pick-up.
4. We’ll organise the rest…
Our team will book your collection within 48 hours of receiving your request and provide you with a label to attach to your package. A courier from our third-party network will then come to pick it up from your front door. Then we’ll get to recycling!
Together, we can keep clothes and shoes out of landfill.
Make an impact today.
Get ready to clear out your wardrobe and we’ll get ready to give your items their second life.
But how exactly do you keep my items out of landfill and give them a second life?
If your items are sent in a suitable condition, then we can donate them to one of our charity partners for someone else to love.
If your items are past their prime, then we’ll work with our recycling partners to turn them into something new like a tote bag.
If your items are damaged, they can be used to create new yarn or shredded and used for things like insulation or stuffing for pet beds.