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10 Aussie-themed Christmas gifts for all ages

Emmy Samtani

Emmy Samtani

Emmy is the founder of Kiindred and mother to 3 little ones. Over the last 4 years, she has worked with some of the most credible experts in the parenting space and is a keen contributor on all things parenthood.
Created on Jan 22, 2024 · 4 mins read

With Christmas fast approaching (seriously, how is it that time again already?!) it’s time to start planning for some serious holiday shopping!


And, what better way to say “Merry Crimbo!” than with some true blue, fair dinkum Aussie gifts?

From the quirky to the uber-cute. Here are some of our favourite Aussie-inspired gifts that are perfect for gifting to friends and relatives overseas or anyone proud to be an Aussie. There is even something for Uncle Kev!

1. Goldie + Ace Sonny Australia cap mustard/Teal – $39.95


Possibly one of the coolest ways to sport an Aussie hat and of course it is only in kid size. This Mustard and Teal cap from Goldie + Ace. The Australia cap is a cool throwback inspired accessory made from cotton twill with an adjustable strap and brass clasp.

They have plenty of other googies all made and designed in Australia and with super cool designs. It’s just a shame that some of these don’t come in adult sizing!

Available at the link here.


2. Tara Treasures – Australian Animals A Finger Puppet Set – $32


Ok we would be lying if we said we weren’t obsessed with these super cute felt Australian Animals. Featuring a Kangaroo, Koala, Emu, Kookaburra and Platypus, these amusing pretend play finger puppets are a favourite amongst little ones.

The finger puppets are designed in Australia and made in Nepal from 100% organic sheep wool, hence they are safe for use with children.

Available at the link here


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3. Outback Dreamers Short Sleeve Bodysuit – $32


Kookaburras, Koalas and Kangaroos sit nestled among the Aussie bush – can you get more Aussie than that! The sweetest and most versatile bodysuit that can be worn with or without leggings. While we have featured the bodysuit, be sure to explore the link for the full range of Aussie-themed prints on clothing, swaddles, bibs, hats and more.

Available at the link here.

4. Mambo Australia X Vegemite clothing collection – various prices


One of the most interesting yet pleasing collabs we have seen this side of Christmas is the latest collab from beloved Australian lifestyle and surfwear brand Mambo and the legendary Aussie staple, VEGEMITE!

This limited additional collection features Surfing Koalas, Vegemite toast exploding from toasters, Shakas and Kookaburras. Each design pays homage to Australia’s favourite breakfast spread, in true-blue Mambo style.

We think it’s a pretty cute excuse to go matchy matchy with the kids for Christmas or to surprise Dad and Uncle Kev with shirts perfect for a summer barbie.

The entire Mambo Australia X Vegemite apparel collection is available exclusively at BIG W (online & in-store).

Available at the link here.

5. Make Me Iconic Ice Cream Set


If Vegemite isn’t your thing (shame on you – it’s iconic) then perhaps Ice Creams from your childhood might be. Well for playtime at least. These super cute wooden ice creams for imaginary play feature designs that reflect the Bubble-o-bill, Rainbow Paddle Pop, Choc Paddle pop and Golden Gaytime.  The only thing better would be the real thing!

Available at the link here

6. Nursery Mobile Hanging – Australian Animals – $75


A beautiful dreamy Australian piece for your baby’s nursery or to send to someone overseas with a new baby on the way. It’s made from felt so super light and features a Koala, Platypus, Kangaroo, Echidna, Kookaburra, Eucalyptus leaves and Pompoms. It is the perfect handmade gift for an Australian-themed nursery.

Available at the link here. 

7. Family Budgy Smuggling


Get your hands on the latest Australian swimwear trends with Budgy Smuggler. There’s a reason their most colourful ranges are our best sellers — people know how great it is to look good and feel good at the same time. We specifically love the latest range of indigenous prints and the fact that you can go matchy matchy as a fam!

Available at the link here

8. Australian Dictionary – but not another book of lists – $35


A personal fav in our home, this clear and engaging resource will help your little one with their language skills. It’s also pretty handy for a parent, teacher or support-person to help guide kids with their spelling or language skills. This is not another book of endless lists! There are thousands of fresh photos and illustrations that break up the content, to help children remain engaged and maximise their learning outcomes

Available at the link here.

9. Tiger Tribe Koala Teether – $20


The perfect stocking filler or addition to an Aussie-inspired package. The Koala teether doesn’t just look cute, it has a range of different textures designed to soothe and comfort teething babies plus an easy-grip ring is perfect for little hands to clutch and grasp.

Ps. Your purchase helps protect Australian wilderness and wildlife through their brand partnership with Australian charity the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife. 

Available at the link here

10. Kip and Co X Ken Done


You didn’t think we could do an Aussie-inspired gift guide without a mention of Ken Done, did you? A staple in most households in the late ’80s and an iconic feast of colour and patterns. The picnic blanket is the perfect family gift that folds up neatly into an easy-to-carry shoulder bag. The only thing left for you to do is to pack the wine and cheese!

Available at the link here

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