Hard Yakka is proud to be an Official Supporter of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, supplying the Official Uniform for Games Volunteers, Technical Officials and Queen’s Baton Relay domestic participants.
Established by David K. Laidlaw in the 1930’s, Hard Yakka has been an Australian icon for over 80 years, building its reputation on producing workwear specifically designed for Australian conditions. Over time we have led the way with numerous innovative and technological advances. No matter how tough the job is, Hard Yakka workwear can handle it. It’s legendary for being as hard working as the men and women who wear it. Boasting state of the art features, it’s comfortable, safe and durable. It’s not too hard to see why Australians choose to go to work in Hard Yakka.
Hard Yakka is proud to outfit the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Volunteers, Technical Officials and Queen’s Baton Relay domestic participants. Our team will deliver a uniform tailored to meet the requirements that Queensland conditions demand, keeping all wearing Hard Yakka cool and comfortable so they can make the Games a resounding success. With a long standing legacy of producing Volunteer uniforms for international sporting events including the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games, the Hard Yakka team knows how to create a bespoke uniform that will stand up to the test.
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Volunteers, Technical Officials and Queen’s Baton Relay domestic participants can rest assured that when they put in the ‘hard yakka’ to make the Games a success, their Hard Yakka uniforms won’t let them down.
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