Kids’ Christmas Gifts

Our set of Christmas gift guides wouldn’t be complete without a range of Kids’ Christmas Gifts from our Femeconomy approved brands. Shop for equality and their future.

David Jones

Your one stop shop for toys this Christmas. I know both my children would love this Electric Ride On 6v Vespa Style Scooter.

David Jones Scooter

A Little Something Different

The Easy Carry Paint Studio is perfect for carting out and about to all the gatherings and to keep your little artist entertained and contained.



Birdsnest have a range of beautiful kids’ gifts, like this Design Your Own Superhero Mask.


ABC Store

We love ABC Kids in our family. Educational, fun and a good distraction to allow you to shower daily. Celebrate 50 years of Playschool and purchase something from their kids’ gift range this Christmas. You know you will be singing along too. Who can resist a duet with Big Ted?


Big W

My daughter loves dragons and thankfully Ever After High are Femeconomy approved, as is Big W. I will have to tell Santa about Ever After High’s Apple White Dragon Rider. Wink, wink.


Build-a-Bear Workshop

Here I was thinking a million “Teddy-Bears’ Picnic” types, but no, enter Chewbacca, Frozen and Superhero inspired bears, Dogs from Paw Patrol and cats. For those who love cats, like Jade. Check out their range, or just Chewbacca.

chewbacca build a bear workshop

Dinosaurs Galore

Both my children are fascinated by dinosaurs. I could see them both throwing this pteranodon glider for an afternoon.

pteranodon-glider dinosaurs galore

Little People

My children spend hours creating their worlds with Little People and I think this Little People City Sky Way would be a great addition to any Little People collection.

little-people city sky way

Micro Scooters

Again, I can recommend the durability of these Scooters. Warning: you will be walking kilometres (or you could purchase one of their adult scooters). Think of the incidental exercise to work off the extra helping of Christmas pudding!


Mini Zoo

If your children are into figurines then stock up for their stockings at Mini Zoo. I picked a Frilled Neck Lizard as an example of their collection, because my children fall over in fits of laughter when they watch them on Youtube.

frilled-neck-lizard mini zoo


I love the Octonauts probably because I have learned more from them about the ocean than in high school biology. And now they have a magazine! Yes, it’s for the kids…



Target and Transformers are Femeconomy approved. This seven Transformers in one pack is sure to please all Autobot children! (We know Decepticon children don’t receive presents because they are the naughty ones).


Identity Direct

Check out their range of personalised gifts for girls and for boys. The personalised netballs in different colours are a great gift idea.



The Invention Mansion is GoldieBlox’s answer to a doll house. Young engineers will dive in to discover a trap door, zipline, balconies, bridges, and secret spots. With thousands of configurations, the construction and role play possibilities are endless!



Kmart and FurReal Friends are Femeconomy approved. My children love playing with this pug every time we drop into Kmart.

fur-real-friends pug


All your stocking stuffers can be found online at Rainbowfun, like this colouring art kit with a velvet twist!


 Little Live Pets

My kids love their turtle! Bathtime made easy. Available at Big W.



A collection for the sweetest bubbas this Christmas. The 52cm Colette doll would be a great gift for a few darlings I know.


Britt bear

Australian made, Britt bear gift sets are a perfect Chrissy present for the smallest in the family who aren’t able to enjoy ripping the paper yet.

brittbear gift set


Pretty sure Sophie the Giraffe is permanently attached to many nappy bags. It would be a much loved Christmas gift for the baby and the parent as it helps with teething woes.


Other Christmas Gift Guides to inspire you – for Mum, for Her, for Him, under $50, for Besties and Gal Pals and for Colleagues under $30.


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Posted by Alanna Bastin-Byrne - Femeconomy Director

CEO of the house, community builder and a globetrotting nomad. Background in Marketing and Communications leadership in the UK and Australia.