Bunnings: In-store Shopping

In this article, we will be looking at what Bunnings In-store Shopping is. Bunnings is an Australian household hardware chain. The chain has been owned by Wesfarmers since 1994 and has stores in Australia and New Zealand.

From Monday 6 September, 23 Bunnings stores in Greater Sydney will reopen to retail customers, with stores in LGAs of concern to remain open for trade customers only. Retail customers can continue to access the products they need online using our Click & Deliver service or our contactless Drive & Collect service.

We continue to encourage customers in Greater Sydney to use our contactless Drive & Collect service and delivery options for non-urgent items. Please note that due to a high volume of online orders in lockdown areas, there may be a delay in fulfilling your order. Our team is working hard to prepare orders as quickly as possible. Collection and delivery timeframes for your local store will be updated regularly and clearly displayed when adding products to your cart.

To check the status of your online order, please click on the “Check your order status” tab on the bottom hand right corner of your screen when you visit the Bunnings homepage and enter your order number, which can be found in your order confirmation email.

Since the outset of COVID-19, we have followed the latest government health advice and we thank customers for their understanding.

List of stores reopening from Monday 6 September:

• Alexandria 

• Artarmon 

• Ashfield 

• Balgowlah 

• Belrose 

• Caringbah  

•Castle Hill 


•  Dural 

•  Gladesville 

• Gordon

• Gregory Hills

• Kirrawee

• McGraths Hill

• Narellan

• Narrabeen

• North Penrith

• Penrith

• Randwick

• Rose Bay

• Rouse Hill

• Thornleigh

• Warringah Mall