Hey Mums, Check Out the Latest Kmart Toys Breaking the Internet


It’s cute. It’s cheap. And it’s causing quite the stir on social media.

Meet the Kmart Wooden Vanity Set, the perfect present for any pampered princess or prince.mum central


At $39 this imagination station includes a mirror, chair, pretend brush, nail polish, lipstick and more. It’s got that modern wooden look to it and complements plenty of other products in the Kmart toy range.

Although the product is “coming soon” online, it’s available now in certain stores across Australia. But be quick! Like other popular Kmart items, such as the $199 cubby house and the beach trolley, these wooden vanity sets are flying off the shelves in record speed.

Mum Ewa Douglas posted a pic of her little gal enjoying the new set on Kmart Mums Australia.

kmart wooden vanity set

“The new little beauty vanity is super adorable mum central🤗 My little one is absolutely loving it – $39.”

Within minutes the comments, likes and shares came flooding in with mums searching high and low for the newest must-have item.

Other mums are also posting triumphant photos and flooding Facebook with posts about finding the last one at their local Kmart store.

“Last one in stock at Narellan!! Yayyyyy,” wrote one happy mamma, on Kmart Mums Australia.

Other mums aren’t so sure. “Am I the only one who thinks it’s too early to be directing them to focus on appearances??? Am I over thinking it??,” another mum wrote.

Even more wooden toys to love!

The Wooden Vanity Set is only one of the many new toy sets Kmart is in the process of releasing. Other ones that are sure to fly off the shelves include the  wooden BBQ set ($39), wooden cleaning trolley ($29) and wooden market set ($69).

kmart wooden toys

What do you think? Will you race to Kmart to nab one of these wooden stations?

It’s TOY month here at Mum Central! For our top picks on toys, toy storage ideas and more toy-related stories, head to our toy section. 

Avatar of Jenna Galley

Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

Write A Comment

Share via
Copy link