Santa isn't the only one who's going to be hard at work delivering presents this Christmas.
Griffith Post Office is expecting their busiest Christmas ever, with more people than ever before sending parcels to loved ones these holidays.
The holiday period is coming off the back of what has already been an especially busy year for the post office.
According to Postal Manager Julie Croce, there has already been "a huge number of parcels come through the Griffith Post Office this year."
She said since March, the post office has been dealing with volumes usually only seen in the lead up to Christmas.
With Australia's Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales up 42 per cent compared to last year, post office workers are expecting to work hard over the next couple of weeks.
But Mrs Croce said this is no drama.
"We have some wonderful customers that come into the Griffith Post Office, so even though it's busier at Christmas, it is always nice to help people send gifts or cards to family and friends across the country."
She warned any one who hasn't posted their presents yet, to send them by Saturday, December 12, to ensure they have the best chance of arriving in time for Christmas Day.
If they are using Express Post, they should aim to have posted them by Saturday, December 19.
Across the country, Australia Post has had to hire an extra 5,000 people for the holiday season, and is putting 3,000 extra vehicles on the road to help with deliveries.
To help out, the Griffith East Post Offfice has extended its weekday trading hours until December 23 so residents have plenty of time to get those last minute items posted or pick up a few stocking fillers.
The Griffith East Post Office will be open from 8am to 5.30pm between Monday and Friday.