JERRABOMBERRA student Caitlin Nilon is the envy of kids everywhere after she was named on Saturday as an official toy tester for toy chain Toys"R"Us.
Miss Nilon, 11, and South Australian Bailey Staykov, 8, beat out 500 other entries to win the coveted title, and both kids will receive $5,000 of new toys from the toy store over the next 12 months to test and review, starting with the all-important Christmas range.
"I sort of thought it was fake at first," Miss Nilon said. "But I'm very excited. I still think back on it now and think "there are only two of us in all Australia."
However the year six student is taking her new role seriously, and although she's yet to receive her first shipment of goodies in the mail, she knows what she's looking for in toys.
"I'll be looking for things that will keep me entertained for a long time: toys that are fun, entertaining and colourful.
"I'm really keen to try a Furby Boom, and there is never enough Lego Friends. But I'm open to all toys," she said.
Jerrabomberra Public School principal Chris Hunter said the school couldn't be prouder of their new toy tester.
"We're just completely proud of the fact that she did this all herself. It brings credit to our community," Mrs Hunter said.
Miss Nilon first found out about the Toys"R"Us competition on the Disney channel, and made a 30 second video of her favourite toy, the girl-friendly Lego Friends.
And competition judge Brooklyn Troy-Nicholas said the company was blown away by her enthusiasm
"Both Caitlin and Bailey wowed us with their passion and enthusiasm for their favourite toys and their entertaining reviews," Ms Troy-Nicholas said.
"We often get questions from parents and grandparents asking what toys kids really want. We're going directly to the source on what they love so much about their favourite toys - and we can't wait to hear what Bailey and Caitlin have to say about our Christmas range."
The announcement of the official Chief Toy Testers is part of Toys"R"Us' 20th birthday celebrations, which kicked off at the beginning of this month with a list of the top 20 toys from the past 20 years.