The strangest products for sale on Amazon Australia
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The strangest products for sale on Amazon Australia

Amazon has finally launched its Australian website after months of speculation.

With "millions" of products available, from garden sheds and mobility scooters to swimwear and televisions, you'd better believe there are some strange items on offer. Here are just a few:

Fashion fish sandals

Forget novelty animal slippers, fish slides are where it's at.

Apparently designed to prevent chafing, the Amazon ad says they are great for all sorts of outdoor activities - "especially for family outings".

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Fashion fish sandals.

Fashion fish sandals.

Photo: Amazon

Dust mop slippers

If you hate mopping, dust mop slippers will probably not solve that problem but they would certainly make it a novel activity.

These mop slippers can be worn with or without shoes, according to the listing, and could also be used to cover a conventional mop head.

Dust mop slippers.

Dust mop slippers.

Photo: Amazon

Toilet night light

This motion-activated LED light is designed to stay on for two minutes, and can be programmed to change colours. Though the ad doesn't say, we're assuming it's waterproof.

The strangest things for sale on Amazon Australia.

The strangest things for sale on Amazon Australia.

Photo: Amazon

Unicorn bottle holder

Because why use a normal bottle rack when you could have a flying unicorn one?

Flying, singing Santa Claus

For people who like drones and Christmas, this mini drone has LED lights, plays a Christmas song and is topped with a Santa Claus figurine.

The strangest things for sale on Amazon Australia.

The strangest things for sale on Amazon Australia.

Photo: Amazon

Chakra wand

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This wand, made from Selenite, purportedly evokes "protection from the angelic realm". It's also $85.

Mermaid flipper

This adjustable flipper comes in blue or pink, but unfortunately only in kids' sizes.

Rachel Clun is a reporter at the Sydney Morning Herald. She was previously a reporter with the Brisbane Times and Domain.

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