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Here’s How You Can Still Get Your Hands On Showbags Given The Royal Melbourne Show Isn’t On

By Megan Osborne
23rd Sep 2020

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For the second time in its storied history, the Royal Melbourne Show has been cancelled.

A staple of the September school holidays, this year the Melbourne Show has had to be taken online. This year you'll see baby animals via live stream, hear from members of the show community on podcasts, and buy your showbags online.

That's right, just because you can't head out to the showgrounds doesn't mean you can't stock up on a ridiculous amount of showbags as you'd usually do.

There are a few operators that set up shop at the show each year, with different options. Here's what you need to know.

Showbags.com.au

Younger kids are more than covered with Showbags.com.au packing Bluey, Peppa Pig, Barbie, LOL Surprise, Hot Wheels, and Hatchimal bags.

They also have the full range of Cadbury showbags, along with Zappos, and Hubba Bubba bags.

Showbags.com.au is also the spot to get all of your AFL showbags.

Check out their full range of showbags here.

Showbag Shop

The home of Bertie Beetle showbags, Showbag Shop is the only place you can get your hands on the delicious chocolate.

This year they've dropped a retro Bertie Beetle bundle which has a ton of Bertie Beetles along with merch featuring the old school cartoon.

Check out their full range here.

I Love Showbags

If you're after the latest showbags from the likes of Marie Claire, Better Homes & Gardens, and other great magazines, I Love Showbags is your destination.

Check out their full range of showbags here.

For everything happening online for the Royal Melbourne Show this year, head to the website. And for more information on the showbags available, head here.

Looking for something to do these school holidays? Check out our Things To Do section here.

Image credit: supplied

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