Consumer confidence was up by 6.7 points or 5.9 per cent to a 15-week high reading of 120.1 according to ANZ-Roy Morgan.
The gains were largely driven by beliefs surrounding economic conditions over the next 12 months (up 12.2 per cent), as well as it being a 'good time to buy a major household item'.
Consumer confidence has rebounded from a negative print for GDP in the third quarter, suggesting an upbeat start to 2017, according to ANZ analysis.
Views on financial conditions have generally been improving since 2009, with a significant blip in 2014.
The full report from ANZ-Roy Morgan is here.