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Keep Tassie Wild Patch - Cradle Mountain


A high quality fabric iron on patch featuring the spectacular Cradle Mountain.This iconic mountain is a place of exceptional natural beauty in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. From moss-covered ancient rainforests and deep river gorges to snow-covered mountain peaks, wild alpine moorlands and glacial lakes, the park is revered for its diverse and breath-taking landscapes. Designed and made right here in Tassie, Keep Tassie Wild was founded by Tasmania's very own Josh Pringle.

To iron on your patch, set your iron to a hot cotton setting and place patch on the fabric and cover with a thin piece of cloth. It is recommended to give the patch a few stitches so it's extra secure and doesn't move during the ironing process. Next, apply firm, even pressure on the patch with the iron for 30-40 seconds then iron the opposite side for 20-30 seconds to reinforce. Now you've got a snazzy new patch that you can wear with Tassie pride! 

When washing, turn item of clothing inside out and machine wash on a gentle setting.

Dimensions:Height: 6.5 cm, Width: 9.5 cm

Making a difference

  • 50% of Keep Tassie Wild's profits are donated to Tasmanian environmental organisations
  • Designed and made right here in Tassie means there are less caron miles
  • Promotes a sense of community and fosters a caring attitude towards our beautiful wilderness
  • Packaging free


  • Can be ironed on easily (although some stiches are recommended to keep your patch extra secure)
  • Perfect for a backpack, jacket, or hat
  • Suitable to iron on a wide variety of fabrics (exluding leather, nylon, and waterproof fabric)


In 2016, Josh Pringle started Keep Tassie Wild by making a single patch, inspired by his love and passion for Tassie wilderness. This one patch snowballed into a movement bigger than anyone could've imagined, with over 10,000 stickers sold, and over $30,000 donated to wildreness causes such as the Wilderness Society and the Bob Brown Foundation.