Back by popular demand, your favourite store, Bunnings, has dropped its Block Warehouse following a sell-out year in 2019.
Not just for little kids, (in fact, we want one for ourselves), the set includes everything there is to love about the hardware giant’s real-life locations.
There’s a timber yard, a plant-filled nursery, even a tiny sausage sizzle stand! And true to Bunnings’ commitment to sustainability, there are even solar panels to adorn the roof.
“The ultimate D.I.Y. Christmas gift for builders big and small, the 168-piece set allows customers to build their very own Bunnings Warehouse complete with a plant-filled nursery, timber yard and everyone’s favourite sausage sizzle stand,” Bunnings says in a press release.
“Compatible with other block brands, the set is simple to assemble so that even first time DIYer’s can easily master the build.”
The Bunnings Block Warehouse is available to buy in stores now for just $30. Since they’re expected to fly off the shelves for another year running, a two per customer limit is in full effect.
We have a lot to be thankful for when it comes to Bunnings and how it’s served us in 2020.
Despite the fact sausage sizzles were called off temporarily, the hardware store provided a great distraction, and allowed homemakers all over Australia the chance to improve upon their homes during isolation.
While remaining open for shoppers, Bunnings launched a DIY hotline to help people with their home projects. The store also inspired Aussies everywhere with its very own renovation show, Make It Yours.