Iconic Rugby Shirt
Iconic Rugby Shirt
A classic that is always in Style – Iconic
This shirt is loaded up with Quality ,so excellent Value – with years of wear
This will quickly become your go to Winter staple – nice and warm and looking very dressy
You know that bloke that wears shorts all through winter? He will need some Rugby Shorts with his
- 65% Polyester for durability, and 35% Cotton for comfort.
- Cut for a classic fit with ribbed sleeve cuffs and an internal contrast woven back neck dome
- Concealed 3-button placket
- 350gsm Rugby knit fabric
- Straight hem with side splits
- 3XS-XS only available in Navy/White, Black/White, Navy/Denim, Red/White
- 6/7XL only available in Navy/Denim, Navy/White, Black/White
- 8/9XL and 10/11XL – Only in Navy/White for now
- Classic Fit – ideal for the Big Blokes
The Big Apple – Stanthorpe QLD
The Big Apple in Queensland is a tribute to all the apples grown around the Stanthorpe area! It can be found approximately 2.5 hours south-west of Brisbane, on the Cunningham Highway.
The Big Arch of Victory – Ballarat VIC
The Arch of Victory was opened in Ballarat in 1920, funded by female staff at Eleanor Lucas’ Lingerie Factory. The Arch of Victory stands 17 metres high and can be found on Sturt Street.
The Big Axe – Kew NSW
The Big Axe is located about 2km north of Kendall, at Kew, NSW. The Big Axe resides above the Tourist Information Centre!
The Big Banana – Coffs Harbour NSW
The Big Banana is one of the most famous residents in Coffs Harbour. Standing 5m high by 11m long it would be hard to miss it! The Big Banana is suitably located out the front of a Gift Shop surrounded by a Banana Plantation. This 40+ year old sculpture was the very first of Australia’s “Big Things.”
The Big Barramundi – Daintree QLD
The Big Barramundi in QLD is a testimonial to the most desired fish in the State. The Big Barramundi resides above the entrance to the Big Barramundi Barbeque Gardens in Daintree.
The Big Bottle – Mangrove Mountain NSW
This “Big Thing” is a bit mysterious compared to the others. Nestled away in the idyllic Mangrove Mountains, New South Wales is statue in the form of a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Big Buffalo – Adelaide River NT
The Big Buffalo, “Charlie,” (star of Crocodile Dundee I and II) can be found at the Adelaide River Inn in the picturesque town of Adelaide River in Northern Territory.
The Big Bull – Rockhampton QLD
Queensland’s Capricorn Region, Rockhampton, is renown for its beef production! Down the Southern end of the city a Big Bull replica resides above a shopping centre.
The Big Captain Cook – Cairns QLD
The big Captain Cook, in Cairns, has stood tall above the plants on the Captain Cook Highway for almost forty years. Initially the statue was designed to be used as a mascot for a public bar however the measurements were mixed up and the statue turned out a lot bigger than expected! The fate of Captain Cook is in limbo at the moment because of redevelopment – it seems likely the James Cook University will propose to acquire the statue.
The Big Cassowary – Mission Beach QLD
The Big Cassowary at Mission Beach is a tribute to the endangered bird that can be found in the gorgeous World Heritage Rainforest in the area. The Big Cassowary can be found at Wongaling Beach as part of the Shopping Complex and stands 5m high!
The Big Cheese – Bega NSW
The Big Cheese can be seen as you enter Bodalla from the North. It doubles as a tourist service and you can purchase food and other items from the cheese and honey staff; ice-cream parlour; gift shop and the luncheon.
The Big Cherries – Young NSW
The Big Cherries can be found in Young NSW which is known as the Cherry Capital of Australia! From the 1st November through to New Years people flock to Young to pick and pack the tiny fruit! The Big Cherries were unveiled in 1987.
The Big Chook – Moonbi NSW
The Big Chook can be found in Moonbi, NSW. Moonbi is approximately 21km north-east of Tamworth. The Big Chook can be attributed to Moonbi being the largest poultry producing area in NSW outside of the capital city.
The Big Crab – Miriam Vale QLD
The people of Miriam Vale have honoured the famous Queensland Mud Crap by immortalizing one in the form of a sculpture to adorn the local petrol station. The Big Crab has proved to attract even greater attention to the delicious seafood.
The Big Croc – Humpty Doo NT
Standing proudly outside a service station in Humpty Doo, NT is the Big Croc. Geared up with boxing gloves and a fighting stance he is a humorous landmark for the town.