Online Shopping Terms of Use

Important: Terms and Conditions of our Click & Collect and Click & Deliver Service (excluding online gift card and online special orders purchases).

Bunnings is pleased to supply you with goods on the basis of the following:

  1. Orders
    All accepted orders supersede all previous quotes/estimates. We will be bound to supply you the Goods once payment has been processed and we have sent you an email order confirmation.

  2. Payment
    You must pay for all online purchases at the time of online checkout prior to order confirmation in accordance with one of the payment methods offered on the Bunnings website.

  3. Delivery (if applicable)
    If delivery is offered by Bunnings, a charge for delivery to your home or premises will apply. Bunnings will give you an estimated delivery date/time in good faith, but we are unable to accept liability for delay in delivering the goods which is beyond our reasonable control (e.g. if stock is unavailable). You must ensure there is clear and safe access for delivery. Please ensure there is a person present at the delivery premises who is authorised by you to accept delivery. If there is not, you authorise us to deliver the goods anyway (if we consider it is safe and appropriate to do so). If the delivery contractor arrives at the agreed time but is unable to deliver the goods or considers that it is unsafe or inappropriate to do so, you may be required to pay for re-delivery later, or we may cancel your order and provide you with a refund. Some goods may require extra delivery personnel which may incur an additional charge. We will deposit your goods at ground level at the delivery premises unless you have arranged otherwise with us. The goods are at your risk after delivery.

  4. Collection
    If goods are being collected, please collect them within 10 days (commercial customers) or 14 days (retail customers) after we inform you that they are ready for collection. If you do not, then unless you make arrangements with us for late collection, we will assume you have cancelled your order. This means we may re-sell the goods and you may forfeit any deposit or payment you have made. We may need to verify your identity upon collection.

  5. Warranties
    In addition to manufacturers' guarantees on selected products, if you are a Consumer within the meaning of the Australian Consumer Law, Bunnings warrants, in accordance with the Australian Consumer Law, that the Goods are of acceptable quality. All other warranties and representations are excluded, except those which are non-excludable in law, including the Australian Consumer Law.. Subject to the Australian Consumer Law: (i) our liability to you is limited to refunding the price, replacing or repairing the relevant Goods in relation to which our warranty has failed (at our option); (ii) we exclude liability for indirect or consequential loss. (Consequential loss is indirect, special, consequential, or exemplary damages or losses including loss of opportunity, revenue, profit, anticipated profit, contract, goodwill and loss arising from business interruption, e.g. extra contractor time on site); and (iii)we will not be liable for damage, loss or injury suffered as a result of any person failing to follow instructions relating to the Goods, modifying them, failing to appropriately maintain or store them or using them for an unintended purpose Subject to the Australian Consumer Law, customers must inspect the goods upon taking delivery and any shortage, discrepancy, defect, wrong specification or similar problem must be notified to Bunnings as soon as you become aware of it, and in any event within 7 days of collection or delivery (otherwise we will not be liable for that problem later).

  6. Cancellation & Returns
    We will endeavour to assist you if you wish to cancel your order or return goods unused – for retail customers please see the returns policy on our website. Some goods, including custom made goods are non-returnable unless a warranty or guarantee is breached (further information can be found on Commercial customers may be required to pay for loss we incur as a result (for example, handling/transport costs or any re-stocking fee charged by our supplier). We reserve the right to cancel any order (in full or part) where: (i) you are in breach of your payment obligations to Bunnings; (ii) Bunnings reasonably suspects that you are purchasing goods for the purposes of resale or resupply; (iii) Bunnings becomes aware after order confirmation that the good is out of stock; or (iv) there has been a genuine pricing or product description error by Bunnings or its supplier. We will refund any amount already paid in respect of any cancelled order (and in the case of part cancellation of an order, we will refund the amount paid that relates to the cancelled portion of the order).

  7. Privacy
    Bunnings collects your personal information here to allow us to supply you with goods or services. Our Privacy Policy can be found on By placing an order with us, you consent to us providing your name, contact details and delivery address to third parties (including our suppliers or delivery contractors) for the purpose of fulfilling and delivering your order. If you have any questions, email us at

  8. Third Party Installation
    Where you arrange for a third party to install goods supplied by us, you must contract separately with that third party. Bunnings will not be liable for any installation services provided by a third party.

These terms and conditions apply to the exclusion of all others.

Health & Safety

Please make sure you use all equipment appropriately and safely when following the advice in these D.I.Y. videos. You need to be familiar with how to use equipment safely and follow the instructions that came with the equipment. If you are unsure, you may feel it is safest to consult an expert, such as the manufacturer or an expert Bunnings Team Member.

Grave health hazards are linked to asbestos, which may be in homes built up to 1990. Health hazards may result from exposure to lead-based paints in older materials and copper chromium arsenic (CCA) treated timber. For information on the dangers of asbestos, lead-based paint and CCA treated timber and tips for dealing with these materials contact your local council's Environmental Health Officer or visit our Health & Safety page. You can also use a simple test kit from Bunnings to indicate the presence of lead-based paint.
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