You’ve left it too late again, haven’t you?
Despite the fact your local shopping centre weas selling Christmas themed gifts from July and had a Christmas tree erect from about August, Christmas still managed to creep up on you, didn’t it?
The ads on TV weren’t a sure enough hint, nor were your requests to take leave off cause enough for you to realise that summer’s upon us and Christmas shopping needed to be, well, completed.
Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a lazy shopper’s airport guide to buying last-minute Christmas presents if you find yourself flying home for the festivities with a remarkably empty suitcase carrying very little Christmas cheer.
Naturally, if you’re flying domestic, your ability to pick up some quality Christmas presents becomes increasingly more difficult simply due to your lack of choice. Regardless, it can be done.
It may not be a life-changing gift, but you can certainly pick up some killer best sellers at the airport. And 2016 has certainly provided some solid reads that you can pick up for both family and friends on your way to your Christmas celebrations.
The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood, Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty and You'll Grow Out Of It by Jessi Klein are some of the highlights of the year. You can find a few more suggestions just here, so when you hit the airport book shop up, you know exactly what you're looking for.
It's summer, and a good beach towel seems to be the one thing people aren't overwhelmingly keen on investing in. A lot of domestic terminals have your quintessential Australian surf shops for you to pick up a quick beach towel for someone you need to buy for.