Where to buy toys for boys 2018

Here are the hottest toys for boys hitting shelves this Christmas and the best online shops to buy them from. You’re welcome.

Whether you’ve come here to buy a gift for little boys or big boys, you can bet your bottom dollar that toys are a winner in their eyes. We’ve scoured the Internet to bring you the hottest toys of today as well as the best outlets selling them.

We’ve also added in a couple of oldies but goodies, because some toys never go out of fashion.

The best toys for boys 2015

Star Wars Ep7 Stormtrooper Deluxe Mask
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Crayola Color Alive Easy Animation Studio
Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105
Discovery RC Quadcopter with HD Camera
Nintendo 3DS XL Console
HASBRO Star Wars Darth Vader Mask
Yogee Toys
Air Hogs RC Helix X4 drone Stunt 2.4 GHZ Quad Copter
Intex Gator Play Centre. Free Shipping. Brand New
Big Hero 6 Marvel Baymax Projection Talking Actio...
Meccano Meccanoid RMS G15 KS Personal Robot M607655
Purple Turtle Toys
3Doodler 3D Printing Pen 2.0
Sunny Life XL Inflatable Ball - Tenerife
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21 stores that sell toys for boys


1. Target

Target stocks a variety of kids' toys for boys and girls at an affordable price point.


2. Big W

An Australian favourite, especially for low-cost, high-quality products. That includes toys for boys.


3. Tiny Tiny Shop Shop

For tiny, tiny kids, Tiny Tiny Shop Shop offers practical toys across categories such as arts and crafts, educational toys and ride-ons.

  • Earn rewards points with every purchase
  • Accepts bank deposits and PayPal
  • Partners with children’s charities

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4. ozgameshop

Stocking a dedicated selection of toys including board games, action figures and videogames, ozgameshop is a boy's heaven.

Shop ozgameshop

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5. ThinkGeek

The American pop-culture shop has toys for geeks-in-the-making, in the best possible way. Think Star Wars, Star Trek and Marvel superheroes, and you’re on the money.

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6. Toy Galaxy

From educational toys to puzzles and vehicles, Toy Galaxy has a broad range of gifts for boys of all ages.

Shop Toy Galaxy

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7. Yogee Toys

Small but mighty, Yogee Toys has toys for kids of all ages. Perennial favourites for boys include balance bikes, wooden toys and Plan toys.

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8. Purple Turtle Toys

Big brands are the name of the game at Purple Turtle Toys. Think Meccano, LEGO, Playmobil and Star Wars.


9. Disney Store

The home of all things “kids’ happiness”, Disney Store has everything for the handsome prince in your life.

Shop Disney Store


10. Toys 'R' Us eBay

One of Australia’s best-known toy retailers, the Toys “R” Us eBay store offers building and construction playsets, craft and activity toys and educational toys.

Shop Toys “R” Us via eBay

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11. Hello Charlie

Dedicated to eco-friendly toys and products, Hello Charlie specialises in boutique toys you’re unlikely to find anywhere else.

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12. Lime Tree Kids

Offering a variety of products from fashion to toys, decor to gifts, Lime Tree Kids will sort out all your boy's toy, and then some.

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A site dedicated to “fun”, children’s toys aren’t the only items you can buy from It also sells collector’s items and home and office accessories.



14. Urban Baby

UrbanBaby caters to newborns and their mothers. Its “play” section includes wooden toys, baby play gyms, storybooks and water toys for boys and girls.

Shop UrbanBaby


15. David Jones

One of Australia’s largest department stores offers brand-name toys, puzzles and books for boys and girls.

Shop David Jones


16. Yardgames

Get the kids outside with the larger-than-life toys from Yardgames. Think giant chess, electric-powered ride-ons, trampolines and soccer sets.

Shop Yard Games

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17. eBay

eBay offers practically any toy that’s on your child’s wish list - either new or pre-loved. Simply enter it into the search bar to discover a bargain.

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Daily deals

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18. Amazon

This US-marketplace offers new and used toys that might not be available in Australia.

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19. Latest Buy

One of Australia’s largest online department stores, Latest Buy is a godsend for anyone looking for anything from toys and gifts to homewares and bargain fashion.

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20. DealsDirect

For bargains aplenty across a wide variety of categories, DealsDirect has the answer. Expect over 8,000 products at any one time.

  • 30-day returns
  • Accepts BPAY and PayPal
  • Dedicated clearance section


21. Hippo Blue

Specialising in personalised stationery and school accessories, Hippo Blue has a small but mighty catalogue of toys for younger kids.

Shop Hippo Blue

Toy deals for boys February 2018

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Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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