Welcome Aussies to "Two if by Sea."

You'll find lots of items that are going to make great gifts for you and your loved ones and friends. We feature an attractive new Patriot logo, plus a lot more designs. And more are going to be showing-up over the coming weeks. In the meantime, wear your "I Will Not Comply", "I do NOT CONSENT", "FREE VICTORIA" the "Australia - Live Free" logo or other designs. We cannot regain God-given freedoms by doing nothing, right? Unite. Together, we can win this.


  • Why Two if by Sea?

    The "Two if by Sea" name of our shop is borrowed from a poem by
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. He memorialized the daring ride by
    American patriot Paul Revere to warn the colonists that "The British are coming!" Revere watched for a signal on the Old
    Church tower. One lantern meant the Redcoats were marching to Lexington and Concord by land. Two lanterns meant they were traveling by sea. As you may have guessed, the Redcoats went by sea before continuing their march to destroy a colonists' weapons cache in Concord.

    It was on the Lexington Green that they ran into the American Minuteman patriots and the historic "shot heard 'round the world."

    By the way, "Live Free or Die" is the motto of the state of New Hampshire in the United States of America. We've modified it to "Australia Live Free" so we can't be accused by the other side of promoting violence. "Australia Live Free" is perhaps akin to the current popular phrase, "We Will Not Comply."

  • Do I Get Fast Delivery?

    Australia is big, and the wide world is even bigger. Currently, most (if not all) Two if by Sea products are made in Australia, so you can expect delivery usually within five days. If items have to be made away from Aussie - you'll be able to see where it comes from. Then you'll know that delivery will take a bit longer. Fair Dinkum.

  • Payment Options on Two if by Sea

    Two if by Sea accepts a number of credit cards, including Visa and Mastercard to make your checkout easy, smooth and convenient.

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Freedom and the Rights of All

Where do our rights come from? The principles espoused in the American Declaration of Independence in 1776 were true not just for the American colonists - they were true for all men everywhere and through all time. The document states that we are given - not by the government or a monarch - but rather by our Creator - certain unalienable rights. Among them are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. On the other hand, if rights come from a monarch or government then they can be taken away. But since rights come from God no government or monarch can legally remove them. The Declaration further states that governments derive their just power from the Consent of the Governed. And when a government becomes destructive of those rights and "evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism" it is the right and duty of the people to alter or abolish that government. Let us do our parts to make sure that this wonderful 'Land Down Under' remains a beacon of freedom and liberty for all.