The largest Australian Made Concept Store has opened at Melbourne Airport, which will sell genuine Australian made goods.

Located within the international terminal, the store – an initiative between The Purely Group and the not-for-profit Australian Made, Australian Grown Campaign – only stocks products registered to carry the green and gold certification trademark, the Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo.

AMAG chief executive Ian Harrison said it will be the place for people who are looking for genuine Australian gifts, souvenirs and travel accessories.

“In store you will find a large selection of items which reflect Australia’s unique culture, natural beauty and wildlife, and of course, great tasting products,” he said.

“More importantly, all the products carry the AMAG logo, so you can feel confident they have been made right here in Australia, by Australians and to Australia’s high standards.”

The Purely Group CEO Scott Raisin said the AMAG logo is recognised as a hallmark for authentic Australian-made products.

The latest statistics show more than 5.5 million passengers passed through the international terminal in 12 months, with the majority travelling to or from New Zealand, UK and China.

The store sells knitwear, lifestyle apparel and handmade craftwork, including timber carvings and more. It joins stores at Sydney International Airport, also located airside, and Perth Airport, situated landside, with more to be rolled out in the near future.