Add a touch of Australian native wildlife to your home with this adorable little Sooty Owl. This very cute Sooty Owl will add character to your fernery, undercover bbq area or the inside of your home. It would make a great piece to tuck just inside a log.
Combine any or all of these realistic wildlife species together and create your own Australian wildlife scene.
Dimensions: L 9.5cm x 8.6cm x 10.8cm
Material: Poly Resin
Suitable For: Indoor/Outdoor
Enjoy hours of imaginative fun with this Wild Republic Australian nature tube. With 11 highly detailed Australian animal figurines and a 32.4cm x 18.7 cm playmat included, this nature tube is perfect for adventurers of all ages. Learn all about the animals of Australia through play.
Creatures included are some of Australias favourite species: wombat, platypus, emu, crocodile, snakes, dingo, Tasmanian devil koala and kangaroo.
This small plush Black Tipped Shark is highly detailed, uses the finest of fabrics and is perfect for cuddling!
Blacktip Shark General Information
The Blacktip Reef Shark gets its common name from the distinct black tips on its fins. It is found in shallow marine waters around coral reefs and is not considered dangerous to people due to its small size. In Australia it is found to inhabit the waters from the central coast of Western Australia around the tropical north and south to southern Queensland.
Add a touch of Australian native wildlife to your home or bbq area with this gorgeous baby Barn Owl.
This realistic baby Barn Owl is the perfect piece to add character to your your home.
Great detail, so realistic!
Combine any or all of these realistic wildlife species together and create your own amazing Australian wildlife scene in your home.
Dimensions: L 8.2cm x 9cm x 12.8cm
Material: Poly Resin
Suitable For: Indoor only
The lovable character of the wombat shines through in this cheeky poly-resin figurine. It is beautifully crafted and hand-painted and is an ideal gift for the discerning buyer looking for something just that little bit different.
Wombats are true characters, full of mischief, are short and stumpy in stature, but don't be fooled, they can run up to 45 kilometres an hour! Their closest relative is the koala. Both the koala and wombats pouches face backward - opposite to the kangaroo pouch.
Our beautiful-limited edition Christmas candle will make the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys lovely things!
This stunning extra large deluxe candle has a burn time of 80 hours plus. Encased in a 450g amber glass jar, featuring a sustainable crackling wood wick for added ambience and 100% pure soy wax, the delicious aroma of Australian natives with a hint of Christmas pudding will have your whole home feeling festive. A little bit of home, with a little bit of tradition – the perfect aroma for a Christmas spent with loved ones.
Packaged beautifully in a box depicting banksias, myrtle, and gorgeous Australian wildlife with a classy Christmas touch.
Burn time of 80 hours plus
Includes matching card and envelope until sold out.
Hand-poured in Queensland, all packaging is 100% recycled and made in Australia.
Keep your passport safe in the hands of these koalas. This delightful passport folder will keep your passport protected while you're on adventures around the world - or in The Land Down Under - Australia.
A great piece to remind you of home or as a souvenir of your trip Down Under.
Adorable Koala Clasp Purse is highly detailed, uses the finest fabrics, has straps that adjust to either hand carry or over the shoulder and comes with a break away strap. Dimensions - 170x70x140mm
Koala General Information
Koalas are one of Australias most iconic species and are not related to bears. Koalas are simply just that – a Koala. The Koala is a marsupial which means they have a pouch in which they raise their joey. Koalas are mostly nocturnal. Koala fossils have been found in Australia have been dated as long ago as 20 million years!
Koalas have individual finger prints, just like we do and if you look closely at koalas, you’ll find that you can identify them from their noses! Koalas live in the eucalypt forests of Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia. They are very fussy eaters and are picky about which species of gum leaves they will eat.
Habitat loss is the greatest threat to koalas. The main reasons for this are land clearing, bushfires and diseases of the eucalypts which is called die back. Vehicles and dogs are also a big threat to koalas.
Check out koalas online – you can help save Australia’s iconic koala.
The Tentacled Tea Infuser. Fill Oc-tea-pus’s head with your favourite tea and send him down into the depths of your cup.
Soon you’ll be awash with waves of your favourite tea flavour.
Made from food-safe silicon.
Octopus General Information
Most Octopus species only live for 12 – 18 months and breed only once. During the day, most octopuses hide in lairs or bury themselves in the seabed. They come out at night to feed. The largest Australian Octopus is the Maori Octopus with an extended arm span of over 3 metres!
The smallest Australian Octopus is the Blue-ringed Octopus with an arm reach of just 5cm – while this may be the smallest of the Octopus family – it is the most deadly. Never touch a Blue-ringed Octopus, it’s easy to tell due to the blue rings it displays when agitated.
Last one! This Napkin Holder is made in the Phillipines from solid aluminium and banana leaf features and is a lovely addition to any table setting indoors or outdoors.
The turtle sits on your napkins and holds them in place.
Size: 31cm x 31cm
Turtle General Information
2 types of turtle live in Australia’s waters – the Marine Turtles and Freshwater Turtles. Marine turtles have lived in the oceans for over 100 million years and Australia has 6 marine turtle species.
All marine turtle species are experiencing serious threats to their survival. The main threats are pollution and changes to important turtle habitats. Other threats include accidental drowning in fishing gear, over-harvesting of turtles and eggs and predation of eggs and hatchlings by foxes, feral pigs, dogs and goannas.
Australia has 23 species of freshwater turtle. Australia does not have any of the true land-based tortoises that are found on all other continents except Antarctica.
Last one! This delightful Silvereye poly-resin figurine is beautifully crafted and hand-painted and is an ideal gift for the discerning buyer looking for something just that little bit different.
The Silvereye is one of Australias' smallest birds, it grows to around 10cm and weighs only 11 grams. They migrate huge distances for such a tiny bird. They are known to migrate from Tasmania right up to southern Queensland.
This poly-resin Coral Trout figurine is beautifully crafted and hand-painted and is an ideal gift for the discerning buyer looking for something just that little bit different.
The Coral Trout is known to live up to the ripe old age of 18 years, and can weigh up to 26 kg. It will rarely move outside of a 500 metre area from home.