Bunnings warehouse stores in Oxley, Newstead, Mt Gravatt, and other locations have launched the Bunnings Drive & Collect Service to help customers with their DIY projects whilst still supporting social distancing during this isolation period. Many people, suddenly finding lots of time on their hands, are taking on long-postponed special home improvement projects or the odd repair task at home during this coronavirus break.
Currently available at 250 Bunnings stores in Australia, the contactless Drive & Collect option is a variation of the existing “Click and Collect” service. The service has been tweaked so that the shopper would not have to get out of the car. Convenient and less risky, in today’s coronavirus world.
How Does Drive & Collect Work?
With this new service, shopping is as easy as 1-2-3. Here is a simple guide from Bunnings.
Although the service is available at the Oxley store, not all stores have Drive & Collect. For other stores that offer the service, click here.
” As we continue to follow government advice relating to COVID-19, we’re adapting how we operate to make sure we keep everyone safe, while ensuring customers have access to the products they need … Customers can purchase products online using Click & Collect, drive to their local store to pick up and we’ll load your products into your car. Best of all, you can get your products and go, all without having to leave your car,” Bunnings announced on their website.
Bunnings warehouse stores carry a multitude of products online, perfect for stay-at-home projects. These include garden tools, hand tools, power tools, outdoor lighting, outdoor pots for gardening, and storage solutions. DIY ideas and advice is also available at the Bunnings website.
Trading hours for the Oxley store are 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. weekdays and 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. weekends. Bunnings is closed on Anzac Day. For contact details and continuing updates on trading hours and days, please click here.