Ca you get Caramello Koala's outside of Aus yet? When we travelled more for work they were our standard "favour treat" that we gave to people who helped us... and we always and a list of people to mail them to when we returned.
A goodly proportion of aussies rely on the internet to buy clothes, books, shoes, everything really, from the US and the UK - the product range and price is so much better than here.
Our retailers are trying to add GST (10%) to such purchases to discourage us, but even it it happens (hopefully not) its still not going to be effective as the price difference is usually in the range of 60%+
eg - I buy a type of running shoe that usually costs around $260-$320 a pair in my local sports store. I just bought two pairs from a US retailer - with shipping, the total cost for two pairs was $210
US and Uk retailers love us - I think the UK retailer ASOS sends the equivalent of two airliners a day worth of orders to australian companies
We are also desperate to access services like Hulu and Netflix because our TV networks are terrible about screening TV shows that come from overseas and with the explosion of twitter etc, its hard to remain unspoiled... I think something like 200,000 australians have monthly subscriptions to online services that mask their ISP so they can subscribe to netflix and hulu... those companies know, but they're happy to get the extra custom. I think the total cost for a VPN blocker, netflix and hulu account is about $20 a month, whereas similar services in Australia (that have much less variety and are still slow to screen new shows) cost upward of $80 a month.
Someone mentioned schnapps - an austrian friend imports the most amazing flavours of schnapps in for his restaurant, he swears they cure all ills - maybe its just that after a few shots everything seems much better!