No matter what kind of products you are looking for, AGHA Melbourne Gift fair has it all.

With exhibitors showcasing products across 13 major categories, retailers are sure to find that special product or range that will fly off their shelves next season!

Let’s have a look at some of the exhibitors that will be displaying their latest and greatest collections at the fair this August.


Fashion – Mahashe – Stand 623 | Doors 9-10

You can’t go wrong with fashion these days. Many gift and homewares stores now stock a (small) collection of clothes and accessories, adding a bit of style and class to their expanding portfolio.

Make sure you check out Mahashe at the AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair. Mahashe is an Australian boutique fashion label, known for its timeless styles and vibrant, funky and retro style prints. The garments are designed in Northern NSW by our Northern Rivers fashion designer and are then taken to India to be created by suppliers in an honest and fair working environment.


Health & Wellbeing – Buckley & Phillips – Stand 115 | Doors 9-10

The growing trend of health and wellness as well as a strong interest in aromatherapy is driving the uptake of essential oils, especially where they are used on the skin to treat various health conditions. As the demand grows, companies are focusing on product development, creating new blends with essential oils.

Buckley & Phillips Aromatics is one of Australia's most reputable suppliers of essential oils and aromatherapy products, with the Gumleaf Essentials range having been in production since the 1970s. The brand will introduce a new collection at the AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair including digestion, headache and immunity.


Homewares – Legend Linen Australia – Stand 244 | Doors 9-10

Fashion trends don’t just translate to homewares, they also influence the bedroom décor and bedding. We are talking bold colours and graphics, organic and eco-friendly materials including linen and bamboo, and a bit of luxury such as velvet.

Legend Linen has been creating beautiful bedrooms for over 25 years. From traditional, formal and embellished to contemporary, bold and fashion-forward, Legend Linen makes it easy to find the right look for any bedroom. Make sure you check out their stand at the AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair!


Baby & Child – Danish By Design – Stand 1219 | Doors 9-10

A kids bedroom is no longer a room that you want to hide―you just close the door behind you and no one else has to see it. With today’s design, kids toys, nursery items, and furniture are sophisticated and stylish, making them fit in well with the décor of the rest of the house.

Australian wholesaler Danish by Design offers a selection of popular Danish lifestyle brands. The extensive range delivers loads of inspiration on how to combine a life with kids with the love of beautiful design.


Australian Made – Soul Made Boutique – Stand 2301 | Sovereign Room, Level 1

Australians like to support the local community, while they also like to know the story behind the products they buy. As consumers are looking for more unique brands, retailers can’t go wrong with handmade items such as the jewellery from Soul Made Boutique.

Soul Made Boutique designs are crafted in Soul Made’s production studio in Western Australia. The natural gemstones are sourced from all over the world and handmade into different classic jewellery like necklaces, earrings and bracelets. No two items are the same, making them the perfect gift for any occasion!


Sustainable Living – White Magic – Stand 245 | Doors 9-10

Being eco-friendly doesn’t just apply to kitchen products or the food we eat. Consumers are also aware of the chemicals used in cleaning products and they want to make sure family and friends don’t inhale any toxic ingredients.

White Magic is Australia and New Zealand's largest cleaning supplier of microfibre cloth, eco-friendly cleaning product, spin mop and storage organisation. The company will introduce 30 new products at the AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair so make sure you check them out.

AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair | 3-7 August 2019 | Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC) Doors 9-19. 

Registration is essential for free, fast-track entry. Don’t miss out and register online here.