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Gift Guide: Luxury Travel Candles

The most remote of destinations becomes instantly familiar when you bring along a travel candle. Pack a little piece of home when you travel, adding a sense of relaxation and luxury to your holiday abode.  With Christmas fast approaching, you’re sure to find the perfect gift for the style conscious traveller in your life.

We bring you 5 of the best:

b2ap3_thumbnail_Polyvore-travel-candles.jpgAtelier Lumira

These luxurious gold Travel Tins is a must-have in your luggage. Made in Australia and infused with delicious fragrance oils. Try Tahitian Coconut with a fragrance of Coconut, Frangipani and Mandarin.

100g, 15 hour burn time


Molton Brown

Molton Brown have all your travel essentials as well as creating a tranquil atmosphere in your home.  This luxurious set of four mini candles featuring a selection of their best loved blends is a great gift idea.

4 x 30g


Tokyo Milk

The Tokyo Milk range has been designed to feel sweetly familiar and delightfully luxurious. Try the “Dead Sexy” romantic and ethereal with deep vanilla, exotic wood, white orchid and ebony scents.



Glasshouse Candles

Australian made Glasshouse Candles have long been a favourite with their triple scented destination candles. This season pick up a limited edition ‘on the go duo’, enjoy this Megan Hess illustrated cosmetic bag containing a Manhattan travel size Hand Crème and a Miniature Manhattan Triple Scented Candle.

30ml Hand Crème, 60g Candle and Toiletry Bag (approx 25cm x 12cm)



With striking packaging and extraordinary scents, Voluspa is a firm favourite. Try the Limited edition Petite Decorative Candle in Santiago Huckleberry with notes of ripe huckleberry, vanilla and crushed sugar cane. The metallic packaging makes it ideal for travel. Available at various Australian stockists

45 hour burn time


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