Sustainable Packaging, made the Australian way
We are Australian owned, sourced and made - making our supply chain local, efficient and fast to market, whilst stimulating the local economy.
Our manufacturing facility opens in Bathurst in 2023, and will use Australian sourced and made packaging products.
We also have a research and development partnership with the Global Innovative Centre for Advanced Nanomaterials at the University of Newcastle, which continues to drive packaging innovation and benefits to the wider industry.
We are working with our local and international partners to employ cutting edge technologies to produce truly circular sustainable packaging solutions from Australian farmers’ agro waste – an Australian first!
Once our facility opens in 2023, our products will be made from locally sourced wheat-straw that are compostable and biodegradable, allowing early access to our Australian Made products. We are dedicated to help our people and the planet by providing innovative sustainable packaging products.
Explore Our Process
Raw materials sourced from Australian farmers
Our products are formulated in collaboration with leading technology and research partners at the University of Newcastle
Sustainable and compostable products are made
Create a world where single use packaging never becomes waste or pollution.
We live in one of the most beautiful and biodiverse regions in the world. At COPAR, we believe it’s our responsibility to protect it, one sustainable package at a time.
Our products are moisture & oil resistant, sturdy, & elegant designs with a natural finish that doesn't cost our planet.
Cost-friendly alternative to paper-based packaging with a hassle free local supply chain.
Customisable products with less turnaround time.
Closed loop process turning products into nutrient rich compost, eliminating waste in landfills.
Free of fossil fuels & plastics, making them biodegradable & naturally compostable.
News & Media
Fibre-based packaging could replace single-use plastics
As the food and beverage industry continues to work towards new sustainability goals one of the biggest areas of focus has been around packaging.
Wheat straw proves to be viable packaging option
Fibre-based packaging, from hemp, to bamboo, and paper, have all found a place within the food and beverage industry because they provide a more environmentally friendly options to traditional packaging.
AUSPACK FILES: Dean, Fathima & Jackson from InnovationClub on compostible fibre-based packaging
Dean Lettfuss, Fathima Sameer & Jackson Sobb from Innovation Club talk to us about home compostible, Australian made fibre packaging.