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Face Masks 

In line with West Australian Government guidelines, we require all customers and team members to wear a face mask when visiting our stores and sites in the Perth, Peel and South West regions, unless medically exempt.

In all other regions, team and customers are not required to wear face masks when visiting our stores.

Cafes 

Cafes are open for both dine in and take away.

Community sausage sizzles 

Sausage sizzles have resumed for stores across WA.

QR codes 

QR codes are displayed at the entrance of our WA stores. Customers are encouraged to check-in to register their visit.

In line with the latest government guidance, Bunnings stores in NT are considered an essential service and are open for all customers to shop our wide range of products and essential items.

Face masks

Following the latest public health order, we require all customers to team members to wear a face mask when visiting our stores, unless medically exempt.

Cafes

In store cafes are now take-away only.

Community sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have resumed in our NT stores. All community group volunteers are required to wear a mask while behind the BBQ, unless medically exempt.

QR codes

QR codes are displayed at the entrance of our NT stores. Customers are encouraged to check-in to register their visit.

Our stores are open for all customers to shop from our entire home, lifestyle and garden range.

Since the start of the pandemic, the safety of our team and customers has been at the core of everything we do and our strong COVID-safe protocols will remain in place across our stores. This includes extensive physical distancing measures, mandatory face masks indoors, checking in requirements, security to help monitor compliance and the capping of customer numbers to maintain density limits. This may mean you experience a short wait before entering stores and we thank you in advance for your understanding.

Customers can purchase the items they need online, using Bunnings’ Click & Deliver or contactless Drive & Collect service.

Customers can still purchase the items they need online, using Bunnings’ Click & Deliver or contactless Drive & Collect service.

Opening hours 

Like many retailers, we’ve seen an increased number of our team needing to isolate in recent days due to COVID-19.

To make sure we can continue helping customers access the products that they need, we will be adjusting our trading hours for our Victorian stores, and will be closing at 7pm rather than 9pm from Monday through to Friday. Customers can continue to shop with us 24/7 through our website.

We will continue to review this situation on a weekly basis, and make adjustments as necessary. We thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate this challenging period.

Vaccination status

Under the Public Health Order, Bunnings is currently classified as ‘general retail’ which means we do have an obligation to check customers’ vaccination status.  

All customers who are eligible for a vaccination (12 years and two months and older) must show vaccination status before they enter our stores.  

We ask customers to be patient and respectful as our team carries out this requirement.

The Government has provided guidelines regarding acceptable proof of vaccination status; as follows:

  • COVID-19 digital certificate shown via Service Victoria app. 
  • COVID-19 digital certificate saved to smartphone wallet. 
  • Printed copy of COVID-19 digital certificate. 
  • Printed copy of Immunisation History Statement with either full vaccination status or evidence of medical contraindications.

Customers who are not vaccinated can continue to shop our range online using our Drive and Collect or Click and Deliver services. 

Face Masks

In line with Victorian Government guidelines, we require all customers and team members to wear a face mask when visiting our Victorian stores and sites, unless medically exempt.

Sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have returned to stores.

Cafes

Cafés are open for both dine in and take away. Customers who dine in will be required to show proof of vaccination when requested by a café team member. This only applies to people over 16 years of age.

QR codes

Customers will be required to register their visit by using QR codes located at and near the entrance as well as throughout our stores.

Drive & Collect

Drive & Collect is a contactless service that allows customers to purchase items online and arrange a convenient time to collect them from a Bunnings car park, without needing to get out of their car. It's available at all Victorian Bunnings stores.

Like many retailers, we’ve seen an increased number of our team needing to isolate in recent days due to COVID-19.

To make sure we can continue helping customers access the products that they need, we will be adjusting our trading hours for our ACT stores, and will be closing at 7pm rather than 9pm from Monday through to Friday. Customers can continue to shop with us 24/7 through our website.

We will continue to review monitor this situation on a weekly basis, and make adjustments as necessary.

We thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate this challenging period.

Face Masks

In line with the latest Government and public health advice, we require all customers and team members to wear a face mask when visiting our stores, unless medically exempt.

Cafes

Cafes in ACT are open for dine in and take away.

Community sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have resumed in ACT stores. Volunteers are required to wear a mask.

QR codes

QR codes are displayed at the entrance of our ACT stores. Customers are required to check-in to register their visit.

Our stores are open for all customers to shop from our entire home, lifestyle and garden range.

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

Face Masks

In line with the latest Government and public health advice, from Tuesday 21 December we require all customers and team members to wear a face mask when visiting our stores, unless medically exempt.

Cafes

Cafes are open for dine in and take away.

Community sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have returned to stores. Volunteers are required to wear a mask..

QR codes

Customers will be required to register their visit by using QR codes located at and near the entrance as well as throughout our stores.

Opening hours

Like many retailers, we’ve seen an increased number of our team needing to isolate in recent days due to COVID-19.

To make sure we can continue helping customers access the products that they need, we will be adjusting our trading hours for our New South Wales stores, and will be closing at 7pm rather than 9pm from Monday through to Friday. Customers can continue to shop with us 24/7 through our website.

We will continue to review this situation on a weekly basis, and make adjustments as necessary.

We thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate this challenging period.  

Face masks

In line with the latest NSW Government guidance, face masks are mandatory for our team and customers.

Cafes

Cafes are open for dine in and take away.

Community sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have returned to our stores.

QR Codes

From Monday 27th December, customers will be required to register their visit by using QR codes located at and near the entrance as well as throughout our stores.

Opening hours

Like many retailers, we’ve seen an increased number of our team needing to isolate in recent days due to COVID-19.

To make sure we can continue helping customers access the products that they need, we will be adjusting our trading hours for our Queensland stores, and will be closing at 7pm rather than 9pm from Monday through to Friday. Customers can continue to shop with us 24/7 through our website.

We will continue to review this situation on a weekly basis, and make adjustments as necessary.

We thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate this challenging period.

Vaccination Status

The QLD Government has confirmed that from 17th December, retailers such as Bunnings are not required to check the vaccination status of customers entering our QLD stores.

Customers that wish to dine in at our cafes will be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status or can alternatively purchase takeaway.

We continue to follow government advice, as we have throughout the pandemic.

Face Masks

In line with the latest Government and public health advice, masks are no longer mandatory for our team and customers.

Cafes

Cafes in QLD are open for dine in and take away. Customers who dine in will be required to show proof of vaccination when requested by a café team member. 

Community sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have resumed at our QLD stores.

QR codes

QR codes are displayed at the entrance of our QLD stores. Customers are required to check-in to register their visit using the Check In QLD App.

Opening hours

Like many retailers, an increased number of our team members have needed to isolate due to COVID-19 in recent days.

To make sure we can continue helping customers access the products that they need, we will be adjusting our trading hours for a small number of our SA stores, and will be closing at 7pm rather than 9pm from Monday through to Friday. Customers can continue to shop with us 24/7 through our website.

We will continue to review monitor this situation on a weekly basis, and make adjustments as necessary.

We thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate this challenging period.

Face masks

We require all customers and team members to wear a face mask when visiting our stores, unless medically exempt.

Cafes

Cafes are open for dine in and take away.

Community sausage sizzles

Sausage sizzles have resumed at stores across SA. Volunteers will be required to wear a face mask..

QR codes

QR codes are displayed at the entrance of our SA stores. We encourage customers to check-in to register their visit.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update for our customers

In the interests of team and customer safety and as part of ongoing efforts to give customers access to the products they need, Bunnings has announced a number of additional changes to their stores.

What we're doing to help you shop safely

We continue to put in place additional safety measures to help look after our team members and customers:

  • Increased cleaning in-store and for equipment such as counters, trolleys and baskets.
  • Providing team members with masks, gloves and hand sanitiser.
  • Fewer checkouts in operation to maintain physical distancing requirements.
  • Suspended family events, in-store and children’s activities.
  • Playgrounds are now open in all states
  • Our cafe's are now open for both dine in and takeaway
  • Water fountains and trade coffee stations are closed.

Physical distancing measures

Here’s how we’re practising physical distancing in store:

  • 1.5m floor markings at all checkouts for our customers.
  • Posters outside and around the store, with reminders for customers via PA announcements.
  • Rearranging in-store items to create 1.5m space for our customers and team members to keep their distance.
  • Requesting that customers use ‘Tap and Pay’ options as the preferred method of payment.
  • Limiting customer numbers in-store.

There may be some delays in our busier stores, as we try to ensure physical distancing measures. It will be different from store to store and we will do the best we can to get everyone in and out as quickly as possible.

Our team are doing an incredible job working hard and doing their best to help customers get the products that they need.  We ask customers to respect the space they keep and respect they show.  We thank you in advance for having patience as we adapt how we trade, serve customers and support our team.

Bunnings will continue to follow government advice in relation to all its store operations and will continue to make necessary changes to keep team and customers as safe as possible. We will continue to keep everyone informed of the additional precautionary steps we are taking through in store signage and we will keep this page relevant with the most up-to-date information that may affect our stores.

We would also ask that if you are feeling unwell, please take care of yourself and those around you. Should this be the case or if you prefer not to visit us in-store we are always happy to welcome you online at www.bunnings.com.au

If you have any questions or would like to know more about the steps we are taking to protect our customers and team, you can contact us or call 133 062.