Bandicute’s Australian made burp cloths are a practical but classy solution to dribbling and life’s little accidents when you’re a baby. This beautiful burp cloth is made from 100% cotton. It is wide enough to offer good protection to your shoulder as you burp baby. And who doesn’t want a bit of help when things get messy? The burp cloth is backed with thick, absorbent towelling. Pop this burp cloth into your baby bag for those inevitable messy occasions.
Burp cloths are indispensable and always a welcome baby shower gift as you can never have too many of them. Looking for a special gift? Be sure to check our value baby bundles consisting of a burp cloth and matching bib. Or if you want something even more special how about adding a matching romper.
Bundle and save with our special discounts when you order more than one of our Australian made burp cloths:
- $18 for one burp cloth
- $34 for two burp cloths
- $48 for three burp cloths
We offer this discount for all the burp cloths in our range.
Here’s what our customers are saying
“Beautiful and handmade! On time and worth every dollar.”
~ Nicolle, November 2019
“Love love love! Cannot wait to take these cute bibs with me home to Scandinavia and give to my to new nephews!”
~ Lise, February 2019
- 49 x 16.5 cms
- Fabric designed by and for Bandicute exclusively
- Choose from mustard, grey or pink
- Ethically and sustainably made.
- Certified Australian made and owned
- 100% cotton
- Backed with thick terry towelling
- Wash on a gentle cold machine wash with like colours
- Line dry, warm iron if necessary
- This product is made to order and will be shipped within 3 business days
- Local pick up available for Gunning, Yass or Goulburn at checkout
- Flat rate shipping Australia wide
Your Purchase Supports Two Thumbs Wildlife Trust
We are super proud to support Two Thumbs Wildlife Trust, a wildlife sanctuary devastated in last summer’s bushfires. $1 from the sale of each romper will go to Two Thumbs Wildlife Trust, a trio of koala sanctuaries and a rehabilitation centre two hours south of Canberra.