Go wild for Christmas gifts for your loved ones this year

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - CHRISTMAS SPECIALS -

LOOK­ING for some cute, cool and truly unique ideas for ev­ery­one on your Christmas list?

Slightly off the re­tail beaten track you’ll find some amaz­ing un­der the tree gems at your Wildlife Habi­tat gift shop.

The shop stocks an ar­ray of Christmas prezzie es­sen­tials from de­signer lux­ury goods to lo­cally made pre­serves and ev­ery quirky must-have in be­tween.

Wildlife Habi­tat Gift Shop head re­tailer Coral Howard knows that with Christmas shop­ping sea­son brings some un­needed mad­ness and stress,

“There’s no need to get your tin­sel in a tan­gle this Christmas,” Ms Howard ad­vises.

“The Wildlife Habi­tat has some­thing for ev­ery­body and with 30 per cent off for lo­cals all De­cem­ber it makes it even eas­ier.

“For the dis­cern­ing foodie you can find a va­ri­ety of de­lec­ta­ble of­fer­ings from lo­cal busi­ness in­clud­ing Dain­tree ex­otic spices, teas and choco­lates.

“Sweet Ju­lat­ten Earth Foods jams and Beach Har­vest co­conut chips sit along­side silky syrups and chut­neys from the table­lands.”

Vi­brant Tracey Keller cush­ion cov­ers min­gle along­side the in­trigu­ing art­work cal­en­dars of Marini Fer­lazzo, with a mas­sive se­lec­tion of chil­dren’s toys and cloth­ing on of­fer, as well as cru­elty free soaps and bath salts crafted by har­vest gar­den using nat­u­ral prod­ucts and are palm oil free.

“Wildlife Habi­tat proudly of­fers a wide range of eth­i­cally sourced prod­ucts where a por­tion of sales is do­nated to char­i­ties close to the artists’ heart” Ms Howard said.

Send­ing some­thing “Aussie” over­seas this Christmas is easy as with na­ture in­spired Christmas dec­o­ra­tions, banksia seed pod tealight hold­ers, and in­dige­nous art­works from Pa­m­a­girri at Ku­randa.

Think out­side the giftwrapped box this silly sea­son and visit the gift shop at Wildlife Habi­tat, there is some­thing to keep ev­ery­one emu-sed this Christmas!

Wildlife Habi­tat Port Dou­glas has Christmas cov­ered.

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