About Bunnings Warehouse
Founded in 1896 when the Bunning brothers bought a sawmill business, they gradually became a leading supplier of hard wood within Western Australia. By the 1990s, their acquisition of several hardware retail chains led them to expand across Victoria, South Australia and their home state. After an ownership change in 1994, the first Bunnings Warehouse opened in Victoria, followed by more across the country. Further acquisitions in the 2000s, consolidated their place as the leading retailer for home improvement and outdoor living.
As Australia’s best-known hardware store, Bunnings Warehouse has over 350 trading locations, consisting of warehouses, smaller format stores and trade centres. Their catalogue of 45,000 products include tools, paint, curtains, lighting, fencing, gardening, tiles, plumbing, cement, pinboard products and more.
Their in-store services include free pool water testing, spare parts enquiry, colour matching, key cutting, and free trailer hire for up to 2 hours. If you need home services, they install hot water, toilets, ceiling fans, air-conditioners, TV antennas, garage doors and more.
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