Lindner Socks Pty Ltd

Unlocking our History

by Lucy Lindner | September 24, 2018
Unlocking our History

When you live and breath a small business as we do at Lindner Socks, it’s natural to to have an intense enthusiasm for the histories of other businesses as well as your own. We've started on our own journey of discovery in to our family history and sock making heritage.

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Spring Cleaning Bargains

by Andrew | September 20, 2018
Spring Cleaning Bargains

20% Off  Sale Items

Were back from our trip and spring cleaning as we make room for new products.

We have a selection of medium thickeness ribbed wool socks for only $24 a pair. Hop in now and stock up for Christmas.

Click here to shop the bargains now

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We’re Changing History!

by Lucy Lindner | July 9, 2018
We’re Changing History!

If you have seen {Our Story} on our website, you’ll be aware that Andrew Lindner is a 4th generation sock-maker.  His great-grandfather founded the H. Max Lindner Strumpffabrik (sock factory) in the village of Thalheim, Germany, in 1925.

Until recently, that was as far as our knowledge of our sock knitting heritage extended.  I always had suspicions, however, that there may have been sock knitters before Max. 

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Celebration of wool - Canberra

by Andrew | May 15, 2018
Celebration of wool - Canberra

Lindner Quality Socks in Canberra, May 19 and 20 at Kingston Bus Depot Markets.

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Canberra Region Video - Lindner Socks

by Andrew | March 28, 2018
Canberra Region Video - Lindner Socks

The Canberra region is a thriving and varied place, and the Canberra Region (CBR) brand does some great work in promoting the diverse range of people, businesses and natural attractions.

We are grateful to the CBR brand for commissioning this video, created as part of the promotion of Regional Champions for the Canberra Region, and they’ve very kindly granted us permission to use it on our website.

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Reduce Reuse Recycle - Motley Socks

by Andrew | January 29, 2018
Reduce Reuse Recycle - Motley Socks
At Lindner Socks we take our responsibility to minimise waste seriously and we’ve been keenly watching the TV series on the War on Waste http://www.abc.net.au/ourfocus/waronwaste/. For most of us finding a solution to the waste problem is not going to be easy, but in saying that, we're keen to work towards finding better ways of dealing with the issue. Initially it may be challenging and it will probably cost more, but maybe that's a small price to pay to leave our planet healthy and clean for our future generations.

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Christmas & New Year Trading Hours

by Andrew | December 18, 2017
Christmas & New Year Trading Hours

There's no let-up in the demand for socks so apart from the statutory holidays we'll be open for business :)

Our opening hours are:

- Open up to and including Saturday 23rd December

- Closed 25th and 26th December

- Open December 27th, 28th and 29th between 10am and 2pm

- Closed January 1st (Recovery day) :-)

- From January 2nd until January 19th, we'll be open on weekdays from 10am until 2pm

- On Saturday 6th January, and Saturday 13th, we'll be open our normal Saturday hours 9:30am until 12:30pm

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

by Andrew | December 18, 2017
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

It's always interesting to reflect on the past year, and what better time than Christmas and New Year. It's been a busy year for us as we've successfully worked towards our goal of creating a range of beautiful socks made from fine merino wool from our local farmers.

I'd like to thank you for your support this year, and wish you and your families a wonderful Christmas and an enjoyable and successful New Year.

From Andrew, Lucy, Gisela and our incredible sock team.

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Our Wool Growers

by Andrew | December 6, 2017
Our Wool Growers

At Lindner Quality Socks we have a passion for creating the best quality socks from the wool sourced from our local farmers.

These farmers do such a great job of growing beautiful quality wool, we want to share their stories of skill and hard work with occasional profiles. Being a quiet bunch, you won't get outrageous hyped-up stories on growing wool, but you won't get any complaints either.

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Upper Lachlan Foundation

by Prue | March 4, 2016
Upper Lachlan Foundation

Upper Lachlan Foundation is proud to have a program with Lindner Quality Socks that resonates strongly with our agricultural history and farming communities. The contribution received from in store sales of locally manufactured merino products from locally sourced WoolConnect yarn demonstrates the strength, trust and support that keeps our community resilient and vibrant...

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