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Popular souvenirs tourists buy Down Under
- Flick through to find out what Aussie souvenirs tourists love to buy and take back to their native lands, take a look!
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- You can guarantee that any 'Crocodile Dundee' fan will buy one, or anybody who wants to feel real Aussie.
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- Even if you buy them as a souvenir or gift for others, they'll always come back to you!
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- If you're into cricket, both playing and watching (or a big fan of Shane Warne), this is an awesome souvenir!
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- These gorgeous gemstones make for beautiful jewellery, decorations, and gifts.
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- Tourists who are into art may invest in some original Aboriginal artwork. For those with a lower budget, there are plenty of cheaper artisan crafts and art to buy.
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Local music CDs
- They are a great way to take the sound of soulful Aboriginal rhythms and music abroad, as well as giving back to locals and Aboriginal communities.
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- Aboriginals have used emu oil as a natural healing ointment for thousands of years. It does wonders to wrinkles!
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- Aesop, the popular Aussie brand known worldwide for its botanical skincare and hair products. It's likely they are cheaper in Australia than abroad, hence tourist's love them and buy them.
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- The thought of it under your feet as you step out of bed... yes, we know why tourists want it too!
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- It keeps Aussie feet warm and the rest of the world warm. Everyone loves Ugg boots, and we don't blame them!
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- Koalas, another famous Aussie animal that the world loves.
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- They can't have them so they buy fake ones to have at home. Roos, that is.
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- Imagine this little fella, or a koala, clipped on your computer screen. Cute!
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- Kangaroo balls as a key ring, who wouldn't want that?
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- Tourists can also buy the testicle sack, which is made into a cute little purse (pictured).
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Kangaroo purses and wallets
- Like this look-a-like Kangaroo fur little coin purse. Kangaroo leather wallets are also a big hit among tourists.
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- It's a practical gift for others or yourself, and a way to carry your Aussie trip memories with you where you go.
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- In Queensland alone, there are around 60 different species of geckos. Since they are hard to find and see, tourists tend to settle for ornaments of the lizards.
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Camphor cutting board
- You'd think you could buy them anywhere, but according to GPS My City, they are huge hit with tourists visiting Australia.
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- Us Aussies love our cheese and have numerous festivals around the country celebrating the dairy product. It comes to no surprise that tourists love it too!
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- Because Aussie wines are some of the best wines in the world!
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- Vegemite: some love it, others hate it, but we insist on all tourists at least try it!
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- They're delicious and they originate from Australia (for those who believe otherwise!).
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- Believe it or not, quandongs (wild peaches) are loved by various tourists. According to Australia.com. Passing them through customs is another question.
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Tim Tam slam
- There is something about Tim Tam wafers that separate them from the rest, and tourists must have caught on!
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- Key chains are always a good idea, also as gifts.
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- Both in magnet and shoe format, thongs are not just a thing tourists may buy out of necessity but also as a wearable memory.
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- Because who doesn't love a magnet?
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- A fun and decorative way to add Aussie charm to any living space.
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18/09/18 | StarsInsider
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