There’s 40,000 square metres of Giftorium goodness across all Myer stores this year, leaving little chance for anyone not to find the perfect pressies this Christmas.
Offering more than 2.5 million products, Giftorium has toys, homewares, games and puzzles, fashion and cosmetics all grouped into seven themed areas. I plan to take my list to level 6 of Myer Melbourne and tick off all my Chrissy shopping in one afternoon. I’m super confident it can be done!
Millie and I were invited to check out the one-stop Christmas shop at the VIP launch last week and were both in awe of the unique gifts for sale.
Savvy shoppers can find personalised jars of Nutella (oooh yeah), personalised Peanuts and Mr Men prints, Australia’s only Build-A-Bear shop inside a shop, monogrammed leather goods and pop-up Star Wars and Disney shops.
Myer CEO and managing director Richard Umbers said this year the Giftorium is bigger and better.
“Giftorium brings the love of shopping to life and captures the spirit if Christmas by bringing together an extensive range of Christmas gift ideas combined with the theatre and sparkle of retail,” he said.
Giftorium goodies are available both in store and online.
To keep up your shopping stamina, Brunetti has a pop-up cafe within the Myer Melbourne Giftorium (yay for quality coffee, macarons and mini gelato!).
Meanwhile, Santaland will open in Melbourne on Tuesday, November 10 to coincide with the Myer Christmas Windows unveiling, and all other downtown stores on Saturday, November 14.