A Triumph & Disaster Coaster set includes 2 x Coasters
May also include;
- Long winding stories with no obvious point or punchline
- Unsolicited advice
- Awkward silences
- Poignant moments
- Inappropriate sharing
- Dad jokes
- Plenty of Quality time
Shipping + Returns
Orders are dispatched within 1-3 working days.
We are committed to keeping our delivery costs fair, low and fully transparent.
Free Std Shipping on Orders Over $150*
In order to keep your costs down and our pricing simple, delivery is FREE for ALL NASH + BANKS customers within Australia if you spend $150 or more on full-priced items in one transaction*.
This does not include BULKY ITEMS. You'll either be charged shipping on bulky items at the checkout or we will contact you separately with a freight quote. Please see individual product pages to see if an item is considered BULKY.
*Free shipping does not apply to international orders.
Please refer to our shipping policy for more detail and international shipping rates.
For information about returns, please check our returns policy.
About The Brand
Founded in 2011 by former cricket player and New Zealander, Dion Nash, Triumph & Disaster is a skin and haircare line that combines the best of nature and the best of science to produce naturally derived but scientifically engineered products that work.
The name was inspired by a poem close to Nash’s heart, Rudyard Kipling’s “If”, which contains the line: “if you can meet with Triumph & Disaster and treat those two imposters just the same…”
This encapsulates the ethos of the brand – humility, honour, risk and reward. They are the values that moulded a brand capable of reminding us that acts of ritual and preparation are worthy endeavours and that healthy skin is something to aspire to and be proud of.
With a focus on sustainability, integrity and honesty, Triumph & Disaster is picky about its ingredients. They use local indigenous ingredients such as Horopito oil and Ponga fern extract blended with scientifically proven and natural ingredients from around the globe, such as clay from Australia, Jojoba extract from Mexico and Tamanu oil from Polynesia.