Top Lunch Box Reviews in Australia

Hello! I’ve taken the hard work out of choosing the right lunch box for your child, as I have reviewed the top kid-friendly lunch boxes for 2016. The lunch boxes reviewed range in price from $12,00 all the way up to $80,00, so there is one for every budget. All of the lunch boxes are rubbish-free, so there is no need for extra packaging and waste.

Included in each review:
  • Size
  • Capacity
  • Where to buy
  • Ease of use
  • Ease of washing
  • Dishwasher safe
  • My personal review
  • Detailed images

You can check out the reviews below by clicking on each image or link.


1.  Go Green Lunch Box Review


fuel Bento Lunch Box Review

2. Fuel Lunch Box Review


Laptop Lunches Oh So Busy Mum Lunch Box Reviews


3. Laptop Lunches Lunch Box Review


planet box rover Lunch Box Review by Oh So Busy Mum


4. Planet Box Rover Lunch Box Review 


goodbyn hero lunch box review by Oh So Busy MUM


5. Goodbyn Hero Lunch Box Review


boon cargo lunchbox review by Oh So Busy Mum


6. Boon Cargo Lunch Box Review


Tupperware Sandwich Keeper Lunch Box Review by Oh So Busy Mum

7. Tupperware Sandwich Keeper Review


8. Nude Rubbish Free Lunch Box Review


Lunch Bots Lunch Box Review Oh So Busy Mum

9. Lunch Bots Trio Lunch Box Review

  • Lesley
    Posted at 11:56h, 06 January Reply

    Great options!!
    Have 2 questions..
    Which ones have capability for freezer bricks to keep cool/cold?
    Which ones come in insulated bags?
    Thx heaps!

    • ohsobusymum
      Posted at 22:33h, 06 January Reply

      I have listed if an insulated bag is included with the lunch box. The ones that included the insulated bags have the option to buy matching ice packs.

  • ohsobusymum
    Posted at 02:10h, 10 January Reply

    The yumbox importer for Australia felt the advertising budget would be best spent elsewhere then providing one Panino for review and didn’t want it to be included. I then chose not to include the original yumbox so no issues could arise from doing so. Shame the review has already had over 16,000 views in the first week so would have been great to be included.

  • Bec C
    Posted at 14:06h, 13 January Reply

    Thank you so much for the review! Trying to decide between the lunchbots and the laptop lunch boxes for my sons.
    Would 2 smaller lunchbots fit in a fridge to go bag? morning tea and lunch packed separate?
    I’m just not sure one looks big enough for a 6 and 8 year old..
    or would you suggest going laptop lunch box? Im just worried about the annoyance of washing all the boxes and lids..
    thanks again 🙂

  • Tamie
    Posted at 03:55h, 19 January Reply

    Any thoughts in the fridge to go??

    • ohsobusymum
      Posted at 00:06h, 20 January Reply

      Great quality and keeps food cold for hours. We have been using them for years now and the bag still looks new.

  • Denisa Belinic
    Posted at 09:16h, 27 January Reply

    Hello there, I need a big leakproof lunchbox and had a bad experience with the Go Green, so am looking for an alternative. Does the Planetbox keep the food fresh over night in the fridge even though it is not leakproof as such? Do all the other non leak proof ones do so?
    Thank you!

  • LaiBmama
    Posted at 11:39h, 19 February Reply

    Hi there, I have bought a Boon Cargo lunch box and struggling to find a insulated bag for it. Wonder if you have any recommendations? Many thanks.

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