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Where to buy Christmas gift wrap online in Australia

Add a festive flair to your Christmas presents this year with these online stores.

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So you've got the perfect present and you've sorted out the card but you're missing the beautiful wrapping paper.

Keep on scrolling to see a list of stores that can provide you with Christmas gift wrap online. We've also included a number of different ways in which you can creatively wrap your Christmas present this year.

Where to buy Christmas gift wrap online



Amazon's massive online marketplace means you can find just about anything you'll ever need for the holiday season.

  • Free shipping and returns on millions of items for Amazon Prime members
  • Zip is available
  • Trusted online marketplace
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If you're looking for unique and handmade Christmas gift wrap, head straight on over to Etsy.

  • Free delivery on some items
  • Products from local and international sellers available
  • You can read reviews before you buy
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Typo is a one-stop shop for all your Christmas needs. Whether it's gift wrap, cards or stickers, this retailer has got it.

  • Free delivery on orders over $60
  • Afterpay is available
  • Free and easy returns
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Target is one of Australia's favourite affordable department stores. There's a huge range of Christmas themed gift wrap here.

  • Free shipping on orders over $45
  • Free click and collect on orders over $20
  • Free 60-day returns
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No matter what you're looking for, you'll be able to find it at eBay. Find everything you could ever need for the upcoming holiday season.

  • Free delivery and returns on millions of items when you sign up to eBay Plus
  • Trusted online marketplace
  • Afterpay is available
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While there's no wrapping paper available, Spotlight can provide you with all the supplies you need to get creative with your gift wrapping.

  • Join the VIP Club and get exclusive discounts
  • Afterpay and Zip are available
  • Gift cards available
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With over 10 million items, Kogan is a one-stop shop for all your Christmas needs. Check out all the different prints of wrapping paper available.

  • Free shipping on eligible items with a Kogan First membership
  • Fast dispatch available on most products
  • Afterpay is available
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There's so much variety on AliExpress that it's hard to resist going on a Christmas shopping frenzy.

  • Free shipping available on select products
  • Flash deals are always on offer there
  • First-purchase coupons available
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Light in the box

Light in the box

In need of cheap wrapping paper? LightInTheBox is a global shopping destination with tons of products at super affordable prices.

  • 1,000 new items added daily
  • Express shipping available (3–5 days)
  • 30-day satisfaction guarantee with free returns
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Which retailers offer free delivery?

  • Amazon: Free shipping on orders over $39
  • Etsy: Free delivery on eligible items
  • Typo: Free shipping on orders over $60
  • Target: Free home delivery on orders of $45 and above (large items and gift cards are excluded)
  • eBay: Free shipping on selected items
  • Spotlight: There is presently free delivery on standard-sized orders over $100
  • Kogan: Free shipping for Kogan First members and on marked items
  • AliExpress: Free delivery available on select items

How to creatively wrap your Christmas presents


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1. Add a sprig of something green

'Tis the season to dig around in the garden for a dash of extra greenery! Holly, pine and rosemary are great accessories for a ribbon-encased gift, or if you're feeling particularly daring you could wrap your sweetheart's gift with a sprig of mistletoe – you never know what kind of luck that might bring!


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2. Incorporate your decorations

Who said that tinsel and baubles were just for the tree? We like to operate under the guideline "go hard or go home", so we're all for incorporating your tree decorations onto your gift wrapping. Whether it's using tinsel or fairy lights instead of ribbon – or even just adding a little bell – it's bound to impress.


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3. Experiment with cloth

Paper wrap is definitely not your only option. Using cloth means not only can you use funky patterns and exciting prints, but you can also transform the gifts into makeshift Santa sacks that add an extra element of Christmas fun to the unwrapping process. Plus cloth is absolutely reusable and a lot more environmentally friendly!


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4. Go wild with Washi tape

Anyone who's ever done craft of any kind knows that Washi tape is a miracle piece of equipment that hides all manner of sins.

Not great at the actual wrapping part? No matter! Cover the package in decorative Washi tape and we guarantee the package will stay together AND look awesome.


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5. Turn them into reindeer

If you really want to get into the Christmas spirit, then turning your presents into reindeer is actually really simple and cute. We've all seen those googly eyes at the shops, and all you need is some red and brown coloured cardboard to cut out the nose and antlers. You can even name them after Santa's reindeer if you have enough! Dasher, Prancer, Dancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph!

gift tag

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6.Make your own gift tags

If you're looking for a small way to get creative this Christmas, try whipping up and interesting gift tag. You can use anything you have laying around the house like twine, ribbon, tape or even old wrapping paper. Cut out shapes or layer pieces and then glue it onto cardboard. Voila, your own handmade gift tags.

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