• 48 Deadly Rolls
  • 48 Deadly Rolls
  • 48 Deadly Rolls
  • 48 Deadly Rolls
  • 48 Deadly Rolls

48 Deadly Rolls

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Created by proud Wiradjuri woman Katrina Graves @bunan_to_murun_art, our first toilet roll shares Wiradjuri language and story.

One box contains 48 deadly rolls and so much more:

  • Made in Australia
  • 100% Recycled Paper
  • 360 Sheets of Cloud Comfy 3-Ply Tissue
  • 10X10 Double Sheets = HUGE Value for Money
  • Bio-Degradable Packaging 
  • 50% of Profits Heads to Educate First Nations Children
  • Artist #01 Katrina Graves

    Katrina Graves is a proud Wiradjuri woman.

    Born in Queanbeyan, NSW Katrina has been painting since she was young, as her mother is an artist and always encouraged her to paint. "My love for art has been greatly influenced by my mother and other family members."

    "I've always been encouraged to practice my culture and to teach others about our history and stories. For me, art is not only a great way to share our stories but to educate people through different lenses." 

  • Wiradjuri Country

    Wiradjuri country is the largest in NSW, stretching from the eastern boundary of the Great Dividing Range. Drawing a line from the present towns of Hay and Nyngan approximates the western boundary. While Gunnedah and Albury mark the northern and southern boundaries of Wiradjuri country.

  • Connect all people

    The “Gugaa” (Goanna) is the overarching totem for the Wiradjuri Nation. It is the symbol that connects all people, past and present, of Wiradjuri land.

Get to know your roll.

Australian Made from recycled paper with quality at its heart.

The education of First Nations Children 

50% of profits are donated directly to the Yalari Foundation, who offers quality, secondary education scholarships at leading Australian boarding schools for Indigenous children from regional and remote communities. Yalari are committed to the ongoing success of their national program of scholarships, student support and post-school opportunities.

Our boxes are stacked with quality 360 3-ply sheets of dunny paper. That means our rolls go further than most name brands and absorb 3 times as much as a single normal sheet.

There's a couple of big hitters in our market that take the manufacturing out of our island home. This means less jobs and way more travel. We want to reduce as much of our carbon footprint as we can and although this financially costs more it means we are far richer for our communities, country and lands we help to protect.

We don't think so - in fact we've tried and tested our rolls on 1000's of bums across the land and believe we have a perfect balance of cushy for our tushy.