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Top 10 Aussie Souvenirs – with Some Surprising Inclusions

Souvenirs Australia Warehouse have created a video to provide a humorous look at their best selling Australian souvenirs.

Who would have thought that kangaroo scrotums and cane toads would make top selling souvenirs?

Sydney, NSW Australia (PRWEB) February 21, 2015

Leading online Australian souvenir retailer SouvenirsAustralia.com (Souvenirs Australia Warehouse) decided to investigate their recent sales from both Australian and international customers and come up with a list of the Top 10 Aussie Souvenirs.    

There are hundreds of different Australian souvenirs currently on the market. While many people are probably familiar with plush koalas, boomerangs, T-shirts and the like, in recent years there has been an increasing demand for products that are a little different and unique and/or with an added touch of Aussie style humour.

Yes, the koalas and boomerangs do make the list but it’s some of the others that are sure to surprise and make many people laugh. I’m talking souvenirs made from kangaroo scrotums, cane toads and kangaroo paws – no kidding!    

The best way to introduce the list was to make a short video. Souvenirs Australia.com asked popular Australian ventriloquist and comedian, Darren Carr to provide a humorous look at the souvenirs.

The video can be viewed at:- 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z01yqClmRuo

Check it out now to see which Aussie souvenir takes the top position.

About Souvenirs Australia Warehouse

Souvenirs Australia Warehouse has been selling Australian souvenirs and other products online since 2003. The owner/manager is Peter Byron and the business is based in Sydney, Australia which allows it to easily source a wide range of souvenirs and other uniquely Australian products.

Peter has been involved in online retail businesses since 1996 and previously owned and operated the Aussie Pin Shop, a successful collectable pins business. The Aussie Pin Shop was a major player in the sales of Olympic pins in the lead up to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

He also previously operated Uggs Down Under, an Australian ugg boots web site and trademarked his own brand of uggs, Classic Aussie Uggs.