The partnership comes as puzzles experience strong sales through the pandemic.
These are the toys the businesses expect Aussie parents to buy.
These 117 toys have made the cut.
These will be the first two shows Sydney ICC has staged since the government restrictions came in in March.
The business is set to roll out an Aboriginal Miniland doll next year.
Bright Wonders will be distributing the brand in Australia.
The brand will join other classic brands in the Spin Master portfolio including Etch-A-Sketch.
"We could envisage how well it could fit with many of our customers' range in store."
This is just one step in its sustainability mission.
The SCCA has urged the public to treat retail workers with respect.
"My team and I are delighted to be organising a live event again."
Metro Melbourne retailers are set to open two days before the official start of Christmas.
A recent survey by the organisation showed that 45% of parents would keep a counterfeit toy, even if they knew it was a knock-off.
"Although it will be different to a physical Fair we believe it is an excellent opportunity."