MYER'S Giftorium is filled with many unique gifts this Christmas, but none as special as personalised Tim Tams.

This year Myer is selling personalised Arnott's Tim Tam boxes, with two packets of the delicious chocolatey biscuit inside.

Toowoomba store manager Sophie Robertson said Myer was the only store in the world selling the personalised boxes.

"It is the fourth time Myer has run a Giftorium and each year the theme seems to develop further," she said.

GIFTS FOR ALL: Myer's Sophie Robertson and Matt Karl get into the Christmas spirit and show off the personalised Tim Tam boxes.
GIFTS FOR ALL: Myer's Sophie Robertson and Matt Karl get into the Christmas spirit and show off the personalised Tim Tam boxes. Bev Lacey

"This year we have a gift solution for everyone with gifts for her and him, and the kids.

"There are lots of options in store but the biggest thing is our Tim Tams boxes.

"Last year we had a different range of personalised gifts but now Tim Tams are the new big thing.

"As a company we bought enough to stretch from Melbourne to Geelong which is over 150kms."

The cost to personalise a box of Tim Tams is $9.95.

The Giftorium has a range of gifts. People will find stocking fillers, Secret Santa gifts, gifts for friends and family as well as decorations.

There are Harry Potter games and books, cosmetic gifts, plush toys, Sunnylife products and Happy Socks.

Ms Robertson said a surprising best-seller this year was Happy Socks.

"Socks have been flying out of the store. It seems everyone wants to wear something fashionable on their feet," she said.

"We have gifts and gadgets so things start at $5 working their way up to couple of hundred dollars."

Children can also visit Santa in Myer and write to him until Sunday by posting the letters through the Christmas mailbox.

As long as there is a return address, the children well receive a response.



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