Where to buy a Christmas tree online in Australia
You can't celebrate the holidays without a Christmas tree. Here's where to buy one online.
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A Christmas celebration is not complete without a beautiful tree. Whether you prefer something traditional or opt for one that's a little more unique, we're here to help.
Keep on scrolling to see exactly where you can get your hands on a beautiful Christmas tree. We've also included ones that offer free shipping options.
Target is one of Australia's favourite affordable department stores, providing you and your family with cheaper alternatives to Christmas necessities.
- Free shipping on orders over $45
- Free click and collect on orders over $20
- Free 60-day returns
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
Amazon: Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
- David Jones: Free shipping on orders over $50
- Myer: Free shipping on orders over $49
- Catch: Free shipping on orders over $45
eBay: Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
- Kogan: Free delivery on eligible items
- OZSALE: Free on eligible items over $100
- Target Australia: Free shipping on orders over $45
When to put up your Christmas tree?
Traditionally, Christmas trees would go up on Christmas Eve and it was considered bad luck to put it up any earlier than that. This practice is no longer common, as people prefer to get into the festive spirit a lot earlier – and they're also time poor.
If you're really excited, we imagine you prefer to put up your Christmas tree as soon as Halloween is over and 1 November hits.
Alternatively, 1 December is also a common date to put up your Christmas tree.
When to take down your Christmas tree?
Again, there's no set rules or regulations.
Generally, people tend to take down their Christmas tree sometime in early January, particularly once the New Year festivities are over. This is common in Australia, as some people like to go away for holidays after Christmas Day and don't have the time to immediately take down their tree.
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