Connect with local customers..

Australians want your Aussie goods.


It will always be free to register and upload your products on Just Aussie Made


Showcase. Connect. Sell.


Low Cost

It is free to register your business
and upload your products with JAM.
We charge a flat fee of 10% once you
make a sale and Paypal transaction fees
of 2.6% and $0.30 per transaction.

United We Stand

Be part of a growing movement
for locally produced and
locally owned goods. We connect
true-blue Australian businesses
to local and global customers


You’re never alone.
We’re here to answer your questions.
Our Business Team will help you get
the most out of your JAM Shop.
We make it easy to manage,
promote, and grow your business.


  • It’s free to register and create your online shop. It’s simple and easy
  • There is no charge ever until you make a sale
  • Our Business Team can help you every step of the way


We charge a small fee of 10% inclusive of GST and pass on the PAYPAL costs, of 2.6% +$0.30 per transaction



  • Once you have built your shop, and we have proofed it, you are ready to go live.
  • From there, get ready to prepare, pack, and ship the orders you receive.


  • Package and ship with ease. Use your own preferred delivery service
  • You determine fees for standard or express delivery


  • Build your online community of customers
  • Get paid directly into your PayPal or bank account
  • We don’t dictate refund and return policies

Secure, Safe and Affordable

There will never be a charge to set up your JAM Shop. A small fee is charged only when a sale is made.


Here’s what you get when you register:

Exposure to Aussies looking for local goods
Promotion by JAM on social media platforms
Lead generation from JAM email marketing campaigns
Support from the JAM Business Team to help grow your shop

We use PayPal to process payments, this allows you to process transactions with a variety of payment methods. Funds from PayPal sales on JAM will be deposited directly into your PayPal account.


True Blue Local Heroes



Here is a real Australian having a go with true Aussie grit.
Lisa Lines from Infused Catering…we salute you!
Lisa is a mother of 3 originally from Melbourne. Together with her husband, they chose to move to Deniliquin in country NSW around ten years ago. It is heart-warming to hear Lisa talk about the small, diverse, and caring rural community that she lives in.
While pregnant to her youngest she had to spend over 3 months in an interstate hospital fighting to survive. During this time, isolated from the rest of the family, Lisa had time to reflect and decided she had to follow a dream to set up her own restaurant.
So four months after leaving the hospital with a new baby, her husband Nathan left work to look after the kids so that Lisa could follow her dream and open ‘Infused’.
Within six months of operation, they had won the award for most outstanding new local business. In the past 18 months, the restaurant survived through winter, drought, bush fires, and finally Covid-19.
Most would have just given up, but not this lot. They persevered with a range of gluten-free products, all made in Australia, with no artificial additives.
They have some great gift packs with unique flavours suited to any occasion and will post Australia wide.
Welcome onboard the J.A.M Train Lisa.

Lindner Socks

Crookwell’s Lindner Socks is steeped in family history and family remains a cornerstone of their small, family business today.
Their socks are knitted by 10th generation sock maker, Andrew Lindner, on vintage machines brought to Australia when his parents Wilfred and Gisela Lindner first began operations in Goulburn in 1988.
These socks are made with Aussie merino wool, cotton, or a mix of both, and are tried and tested styles they’ve been making for over 30 years.
Lindner Socks also has a close connection to their local community, which grows some of the best quality merino wool and alpaca fibre in the world.
Their Tablelands and Luxury Collections are made with local merino wool and alpaca fibres. The socks, beanies and scarves in these collections are named after local towns and villages, as a nod to the farmers who grow the fleece and fibres.

Get onboard the JAM train and help keep Australia moving