Magnificent licensed products in March

On 14 March 2017, we are releasing some exciting licensed products that feature fun animated characters of the big and small screen as well as the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis Presley.

Smurfs: The Lost Village

Including 20 $1 handprint stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issue, this colourful licensed stamp pack includes characters from the 2017 animated comedy adventure Smurfs: The Lost Village. The action-packed movie follows Smurfette and her friends as they go in search of a mysterious village beyond the walls of their own Smurf Village. What will they discover along the way? And will they get there before the evil wizard Gargamel?

Tom and Jerry

Have some fun with TV’s ‘ambassadors of laughter’, Tom and Jerry, who have been entertaining audiences for eight decades! This bright and cheerful licensed stamp pack includes 20 $1 birthday cake stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issue, as well as cute colour action shots of the much-loved cartoon cat and mouse.

Elvis Presley

For rock ‘n’ roll and movie fans, the Elvis Presley stamp pack includes stylish colour and black and white photos of Elvis and 25 $1 red-rose heart stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issue. The design evokes the classic style of Elvis in the 50s and 60s and incorporates quotes from the King himself.

Looney Tunes postcards

These humorous and cheerful postcards, postage paid within Australia and overseas, are sure to brighten someone’s day. They show your favourite Looney Tunes characters having fun in the great Australian outdoors. Bugs and Tas are on a hike at Wilsons Promontory; Daffy Duck is mountain bike riding in Kosciuszko National Park; the Road Runner and Coyote are catching a wave; Tweety is enjoying some roller-skating on Glenelg Beach Jetty; Bugs Bunny is trying his hand at windsurfing in Alexandria Bay; and Tweety watches on, as Sylvester attempts rock-climbing at Umbrawarra Gorge.


The Smurfs: Lost Village, Tom and Jerry and Elvis Presley licensed stamp packs, and Looney Tunes postcards, are available from 14 March 2017, online, at participating Post Offices and via mail order on 1800 331 794, while stocks last.

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