But swimwear in Australia wasn't always as inclusive as it is today. Rewind over a century ago, Australian swimmer Annette Kellerman was arrested in 1907 for wearing a one-piece suit that showed her arms and legs. Thankfully, these laws have changed and Australian women are free to wear whatever swimwear they like!
Australians have a special relationship with the ocean and swimming - and it's reflected in our unique swimwear culture. Considering Australia is a tiny swimwear market compared to other much larger markets, local brands like Skye & Staghorn and Bamba have been making splashes overseas.
Which leading Australian swimwear brand will you be shopping today?