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    Quote Originally Posted by Twoalready View Post
    Nope.. Sadly... Not many of the sellers will ship here (in the baby section anyway thats all I've really looked at).. Which is sad i would have dropped a fair bit of cash on there if they did!

    I think they have rules about selling to AUS clients or Aus gov stops them something like that.
    Actually, I've found that most things on Amazon are perfectly fine with shipping to Australia (but I've never purchased any baby stuff except for books). You can use a mail forwarding service if you find a seller on Amazon that doesn't ship directly to Australia. It's a little bit extra on the shipping, but most of the time it's totally worth it because pretty much everything is cheaper outside Australia :P

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    Etsy is my favourite

    We have a rainbow theme for our boy, I have bought some prints off etsy ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1369641494.501398.jpg
    to tie in with the theme. We bought a rainbow rug on special on mumgo too.

    I've got some other prints from etsy that I'm going to order, and have been tracking down bedding for the little man. (My mum is making him a quilt).

    I can't stand baby blue and typical nursery themes so all the big stores are out because that's all they have!

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    Down That Little Lane is great too, basically the same as Etsy. I love both.

    Pinterest for inspiration =)

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    I have probably spent $500+ on baby things off amazon in the past month and everything has arrived in 5-6 days in perfect condition. I have never had a problem with amazon not shipping to aus. Just make sure when you are searching you check the international shipping option.....I think it's called amazon global. There is 1000's of baby things on there!!!

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