Children everywhere have already begun to give serious thought to their holiday wish-list while parents everywhere have already begun to cringe with the realisation that in just a few weeks more toys will be invading their home.
There are two types of people in this world, those who are amazing at wrapping Christmas presents – and the rest.
From picture-perfect to 'deconstructed by toddler', these tree photos from our Facebook fans show the true spirit of Christmas.
Get the kids to help in the kitchen with these fun Christmas gifts to make and eat!
Get the kids in the holiday spirit with these easy Christmas craft ideas.
Here's how to keep your live Christmas tree looking amazing for the whole festive season...
It's that time of the year when kids are going to be given more presents than needed, with much of it likely going to end up to in the never-used pile.
It is a peculiarity of the Australian festive season that not only do we bake hot meals and sing about Frosty the Snowman in 35-degree weather, but that our Christmas co-incides with the end of the school year and recital time. Did I mention the work drinks?
This Christmas eve, kids all around the world will be fighting the urge to sleep so that they can try to catch a glimpse of the big guy as he fills their stocking.
Do you have a child who can snoop out a present long before December 25? Check out these hiding spots to keep prying eyes away.
Have you ever gone for a drive around the neighbourhood in the weeks leading up to Christmas and admired the twinkling light displays but have never pictured yourself climbing a ladder tailed by a train of tangled Christmas lights?
Dim sims. Off-key soap stars. Stilted gags from breakfast-TV hosts. The things an Aussie Christmas is made of.
Need a little help organising your Elf on the Shelf's daily antics? Here is a simple printable sheet to help you plan and gather the various materials you'll need to carry out each of the scenes.