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CHRISTMAS WISHES: Biggenden's Nate and Indigo Sharps are eagerly awaiting a response to their letters to Santa.
CHRISTMAS WISHES: Biggenden's Nate and Indigo Sharps are eagerly awaiting a response to their letters to Santa. Contributed

NATE and Indigo Sharps of Woowoonga, near Biggenden, have got in early and sent off their wish-list to Santa Claus.

Nate said he would like a skateboard, Pokemon cards and a teddy.

Sister Indigo said her wish-list is simple.

She just wants everything pink - handbag, watch and toy phone.

Mum Leesa said both had been inquisitive about just where the North Pole was.

If youngsters would like to sit down and put pencil to paper, Santa has his own mail box at Australia Post offices.

Post at any Post Office in the Central Burnett for express delivery to the North Pole

Address to Santa, North Pole, 9999. Don't forget to put an address on the back of the envelope so you get a reply from Santa.

Don't forget to put a stamp on your letter. It can be a Christmas stamp.

To avoid disappointment, make sure your post your letter by Friday, December 15.

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