1. Craft gin, $75 each, Australian Distillery Company
Emerging gin brand Australian Distillery Company has captured the essence of Australia in a luxe range of craft gins. Gift your loved one the spirit of their city for Christmas.
2. 'Succ a lot' Christmas wreath, $225, Little Succers
After a sustainable gift that lives beyond Christmas? For that person who has everything, a succulent wreath can be re-potted after the festive season and enjoyed year-round.
3. Kooka fern blue cotton tea-towel, $22, Bonnie and Neil
Designed and hand-screen printed at their studio in Melbourne, Bonnie and Neil's tea-towels are made using a combination of traditional and bespoke techniques.
4. Everyday 2-piece mug set $45, Angus and Celeste
Delicate botanically-inspired artwork adorns Angus and Celeste's range of 'everyday mugs', which are beautifully gift-boxed in a set of two.
5. Merry mani set, $70, Kester Black
Ditch the big beauty brands this Christmas and throw your support behind this Melbourne-based business. The Merry mani gift set includes a set of three playful festive nail colours to add a touch of glam to the holiday season.
6. Little house incense holder, $50, Susan Simoni
These hand-crafted stoneware incense holders by Tasmanian maker Susan Simoni are finished with a snowy white glaze and can also be used as trinket dishes.
Give the gift of sustainability this Christmas with a set of reusable glass soap bottles and non-toxic soap tablets from Single Use Ain't Sexy. “Every time someone purchases just one of our Single Use Ain’t Sexy reusable glass soap bottles, they can save up to 25 single-use plastic bottles from Aussie landfill every year,” founder Josh Howard says.
8. In This Together Scarf by Ellen Porteus, $95.20, Bravery Co
10 per cent of all profits from the sale of Bravery Co's luxurious silk modal blend scarves are donated to Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation.
9. Flora double drop earrings, $65, Each to Own.
These sparkly acrylic earrings by Murwillumbah jewellery designer Kirsten Devitt is laser-cut by hand and will be sure to turn heads for the festive season and beyond.
10. Hey Tiger 'Oh Crumbs' chocolate, $14.50 from Pinky's Store
This limited edition Christmas chocolate is handmade in Melbourne and features a spicy gingerbread crumb enrobed in caramelised white chocolate.
11. Soft long platter, $60, Louise M Studio
Give the gift of handmade with these delicately-tinted porcelain platters by Marrickville designer-maker Louise Martiensen.
12. Premium Sparkling NV, $25, Bec Hardy Wines
This dry style sparkling wine by South Australian winemaker Bec Hardy is from the classic varieties of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and is perfect for celebrating the festive season.
13. 2021 Tea towel calendar, $49.99, Think Thornbury
Think Thornbury, a small independent shop in Melbourne, has collaborated on this bright and optimistic linen tea towel calendar with artist Eleonora Arosio. The timing couldn't be be better!
14. Baby pink gin (200ml), $29
Launched earlier in the year in Melbourne, this 100 per cent woman-owned and run business makes small batch gin distilled in Victoria. Featuring floral and berry botanicals, it never loses its bright pink colour!