Watch, look, listen and count!

Experience the rhythm of life in the bush as Joey and his mum go about their day.

What do you call a baby...? is an entertaining way for all children to learn the nouns that describe some of our iconic Australian baby animals.

Baby frogs are called tadpoles, but what do we call a baby goanna, a baby eagle, or a baby echidna? This stunning title introduces young children to their amazing names — hatching, eaglet and puggle.

Bin Salleh's exquisite illustrations and pastel colour palette captures the tender bond of an animal 'parent and baby' and makes this little book a truly delightful journey of discovery.

This remarkable book is more than an A to Z of Australian animals.

It is a spectrum of every feeling under the sun - from wonder to vanity, from weariness to delight - and every one of these passions can be found between the covers of a book... if only you take the time to have a look.

These simple two piece puzzles feature beautiful vibrant images of Australian animals, as well as their name. They are a great introduction for young children to a variety of animals, some of which they might already be familiar with, as they can be found in or around our neighborhoods and towns.

Furry - a collection of furry animals from land, sky and sea. They include a brushtail possum, koala, quokka, quoll, bat, wombat, fur seal, kangaroo and echidna.

18 pieces - approx. 11.5 x 5.5cm ($3.20/pair)

2 yrs +

Frisbee is an exquisitely soft and realistic Squirrel Glider plush toy.

This beautiful airbrushed gliding possum soft toy has a loop on her back should you wish to hang her up. Frisbee measures 36cm/14″ in length including the tail or 19cm/7.5″ without the tail and 6cm/2.5″ in height. Her wingspan is 24cm/9.5″.

Squirrel gliders are a wrist-winged glider and are unique to Australia. They are very similiar to Sugar Gliders.

18 Piece Australian Themed Matching Puzzles - Furry

These simple two piece puzzles feature beautiful vibrant images of Australian animals, as well as their name. They are a great introduction for young children to a variety of animals, some of which they might already be familiar with, as they can be found in or around our neighborhoods and towns.

Furry - a collection of furry animals from land, sky and sea. They include a brushtail possum, koala, quokka, quoll, bat, wombat, fur seal, kangaroo and echidna.

The characters in Bush Mob Counting are from the Tales from the Bush Mob Series of books about a group of animals Eagle, Sugar Glider, Bat, Platypus, Koala, Wombat, Kookaburra, Echidna and Kangaroo, who work together to solve problems.

Each book shares a rich landscape of colours, characters and places.

Bush Mob Counting is a fun and colourful way for young children to learn how to count to 10.

Milroy's famous animal characters are sure to educate and entertain children of all ages.

The Koori Curriculums Galah Finger Puppet is a great low cost affordable prop that can be used in multiple ways to embed Aboriginal perspectives in play and in early childhood curriculums. This resource is open ended and the possibilities for play are endless. We recommend using the Galah Finger puppet to make reading and language group experiences engaging and fun for young children.

Journey through the night with some of Australia's most fascinating furry friends.

Meet waddling wombats, bounding bilbies, prancing possums and daring devils in this delightful introduction to our cute and quirky nocturnal marsupials.

Stunning one of a kind Australian Animal decorations. Put them on the Christmas tree, or slip it into a Christmas card and send it overseas to family and friends.

Every set of decorations is unique and will be different.

Remember lucky dips as a kid? Now you get to have a lucky dip with authentic Aboriginal art animal decorations as each one is very different.

The photos are example decorations. Every set of decorations will be different in colour, textures and artwork.

Tip: These can be used as storytelling props, as art provocations and in small world play.

"Australian Animals" by Matt Chun

Australia is home to many of the world’s most striking and fascinating animals, from the iconic cockatoo to the elusive platypus, from the great white shark to the tiny feathertail glider.

Australian Animals gathers together acclaimed artist Matt Chun’s Australian Birds, Australia Sea Lifeand Australian Mammals into one complete collection, showcasing the remarkable Australian species that have captured the imagination of the world. Australian Animals will inform and entrance readers of all ages.

"Where's my Baby?" By Gregg Dreise

Where's my baby? by Gregg Dreise is a board book that encourages young readers to learn new adjectives in English and the names of iconic Australian animals in the First Nations language, Gamilaraay, in an enjoyable way.

Filled with adorable and distinct illustrations from the creator of Kookoo Kookaburra (2015), Cunning Crow (2019) and Awesome Emu (2021), this story is a great book for beginners.

"Wombat, Mudlark and Other Stories" by Helen Milroy

From a falling star to a lonely whale, an entertaining lizard to an enterprising penguin, these Indigenous stories are full of wonder, adventure and enduring friendships.

Told in the style of traditional teaching stories, these animal tales take young readers on adventures of self-discovery and fulfillment.

"Animals All Around Us" by Melanie Hava

Discover the animals of Australia through the incredible artwork of Aboriginal artist Melanie Hava.

The All Around Us series is a captivating collection of first concepts board books, told through simple narrative.

"The Sacred Hill" by Gordon Hookey

"There was a sacred hill, It had been there for as long as time itself. Mobs of kangaroos, living on the sacred hill, looked after the land and the land looked after them. And they were happy..."

Until a mob of noisy mynas disturbs the peace.

Forced to leave their land, the kangaroos soon find themselves a long way from hom

"Dream Little One, Dream" by Sally Morgan. Illustrated by Ambelin Kwaymullina

From sunrise to night-time, celebrate the wonders of nature with this rhythmic and radiant bedtime story by Sally Morgan and Ambelin Kwaymullina.

When Moon shines and earth breathes a breath of deepest night dream, little one, dream into the peace of a wonderful world.

"Today's Sun" by Gregg Dreise

Raise a reader with this gorgeous black-and-white board book for babies.

Celebrating Australian animals and the beautiful moments in every day, this lyrical text is paired with exquisite high-contrast illustrations by Kamilaroi author and illustrator Gregg Dreise. The perfect gift for every new baby.

"The Last Dance" by Sally Morgan

Everyone needs a home, but some Australian creatures are losing theirs.

From sandstone ridges to tropical beaches, from coastal woodlands to alpine streams, habitats are shrinking and changing.

The animals in this book need help, and we are the only ones who can give it.

"W is for Wombat" by Bronwyn Bancroft

The selection of colours, animals and words and the new format makes this the perfect book for toddlers.

Each page will depict an Australian word taken from the original book.

As the original edition of Possum and Wattle continues to sell, this board book will provide a different experience for a younger audience.

"ABC of Australian Animals" by Bronwyn Bancroft

ABC of Australian Animals is a classic board book from Australia's foremost indigenous illustrator. Inspired by her deep love of country, Bronwyn is a master craftswoman of vibrant, visual narratives, and her way of capturing the beauty of Australia is unparalleled.

ABC of Australian Animals is the stunning companion to 123 of Australian Animals.

"In The Bush I See" by Kiara Honeychurch

The fourth release in the Young Art Board Book Series showcasing young Indigenous artists

In the bush is a playful ensemble of Australian creatures, and an exciting illustrative debut from the teenage artist, Kiara Honeychurch. Hailing from Tasmania, Kiara is inspired by the bush creatures she encounters in her rural home out of Hobart.

With bold and sophisticated pops of colour, Kiara unleashes the beauty and character of each creature and reimagines its unpredictable tones in a changing light from sunrise to sunset.

Kiara's warm and creative understanding of the animals she sees is a lively showcase of her talent. This board book for Early Childhood will capture the hearts of young readers and readers young at heart.

Australian Finger Puppets - Set of 25

This big Australian Animals finger puppet set consists of a Barking owl, Bower bird, Bilby, Black swan, Blue-ringed octopus, Cassowary, Cockatoo, Crocodile, Dugong, Echidna, Emu, Flying fox, Galah, Kangaroo, Koala, Kookaburra, Lyrebird, Possum, Penguin, Platypus, Quokka, Rainbow lorikeet, Sugar glider, Tasmanian devil and Wombat.

All 25 of our Australian Animals Finger Puppets in one neat box. This set is a great educational tool to learn about all the amazing fauna of Australia, from the native bush animals to the outback desert animals.

Our finger puppets are designed by us and made in Nepal from 100% organic sheep wool, hence they are safe for use with children.  

BKE Aboriginal Collection - Wooden Symbol Set SERIES TWO

Welcome to the beautiful collaboration between local Gumbaynggir Artist Bernard Kelly Edwards and Julie - owner and designer behind Let Them Play Toys.

Bernard Kelly Edwards x Let Them Play Toys is an Indigenous collection, designed to reflect the beautiful symbiotic relationship found within Mother Nature and to connect young minds to the Aboriginal Culture through play.

Each piece is hand-made and sustainably handcrafted from nature alongside local Indigenous Artist Bernard Kelly Edwards on Gumbaynggir country in NSW Australia.

Felt Echidna Toy

This Felt Echidna Toy is a great addition to your Australian-themed play setup, nursery or play space.

The echidna is Australian's truly unique animal because it's one of the only 5 mammals in the world that lays eggs.

Product Details

  • Ethically hand-felted from 100% New Zealand wool
  • Coloured with azo-free dye, safe for children and pets
  • Height: 6cm
  • Length: 12cm
  • Weight: 50g

18 Piece Double Sided Indigenous Memory Game

Two games in one! A beautifully crafted Indigenous memory game featuring 9 native Australian animals, with an intricate colour pattern on the base. The other side of the pieces feature 18 Indigenous symbols engraved into the timber.

Test your memory by finding all the matching pairs. Every player has to try and remember where all the cards are. The winner is the player with the most pairs.

The skills developed with this game are visual spatial memory, gross motor skills and cooperative play. It also gives children an opportunity to learn about some of the animals native to Australia and an understanding of the symbols used by Aboriginal people to give meaning to the stories in their paintings.

This memory game comes in its own drawstring bag or as an optional extra, can be housed in a custom made timber box, engraved and printed with the Australian animals and design.

Little Fullas Memory Game

This simple 16 piece memory game are a great way to introduce little fullas to some basic Aboriginal tracks and symbols.

Test your memory by finding all the matching pairs. Each little fulla has to try and remember where all the pairs are. Can be played by one little fulla, or play with a friend!

Designs by popular Aboriginal Artist, Garry Purchase and lovingly handcrafted by 5 Little Bears.

This product is 100% designed and made in Australia.

Suitable for little fullas 3 yrs +

16 pieces

Clay-Doh Kit

Clay-Doh Kit is a unique designed set for booris (kids) to begin exploring their touch and feel senses. This kit has been created to combine sensory development with the inclusion of culture.

Yaali Clay-Doh Kit includes;

  • 300g Natural Clay-Doh, Non-Toxic (random colour)

  • 1 Natural Wooden Roller

  • 5 Natural Wooden Figures

  • 6 Natural Wooden Clay-Doh Stamps

  • Cotton Carry Bag

Koala Bio Cutter

Add another element to your little one’s sensory play, with one of our originally designed and made bio cutters! They can be used in playdough, kinetic sand, air dry clay, salt dough, as sandwich cutters and for baking.

We 3D print our cutters from PLA, which is a plant-based bioplastic derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca root or sugarcane.

Hand wash only. Exposure to extreme heat (in a dishwasher or direct sun) will damage the natural materials these cutters are made from and shorten their lifespan.

Recommended age 3+. Use under adult supervision. NOT to be used as a teething or chew toy.

Hand Puppet Range

Hansa is renowned the world over for it’s true to life recreations of the worlds most loved animals.

From the Australian collection, we have a broad range of Australian animal puppets that will snuggle into your little ones arms and light up their heart.

Designed with wildlife experts and brought to life with meticulous attention to detail our adorable Australian animal Puppets are perfect for developing motor skills, hand-eye coordination, communication skills, self-confidence, and social-emotional connections.