Our ambition is to provide our customers with the widest range of home improvement products in accordance with our lowest prices policy, backed with the best service.
Our team members are the heart and
soul of our business.
Our team's guiding principles are
integrity, respect, teamwork, achievement and innovation. Our guiding
principles are the keys to our culture and to achieving our vision.
We pursue sustainability within our operations
by striving to make them socially responsible and environmentally aware and
We engage with the communities in
which we operate and live and we actively contribute to causes and
organisations that benefit these communities.
We seek to lessen our environmental
impact in ways that are measurable including: achieving better and more
efficient use of resources; ensuring our suppliers operate sustainably and
ethically; encouraging and educating customers about environmentally friendly
alternatives; and focusing on the “reduce, re-use and recycle” waste management
We value our team members’
contributions, recognise and reward their efforts and provide a fun, satisfying
and safe workplace.
Bunnings is the leading retailer of home improvement and outdoor living products in Australia and New Zealand and a major supplier to project builders, commercial tradespeople and the housing industry. Operating from a network of large warehouse stores, smaller format stores, trade centres and frame and truss sites, Bunnings caters for consumer and commercial customers. Revenue across the 2017 financial year totalled $11.5 billion. As 31 December 2017 there were 253 warehouses, 77 smaller format stores, 33 trade centres and three frame and truss centres operating across Australia and New Zealand. At 30 June 2017 we employed over 40,000 team members.
In late February 2016, Bunnings completed the acquisition of Homebase, the second largest home improvement and garden business operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Homebase’s sales, on a rebased comparative annualised base, were £1.2 billion for the 12 months ended 29 August 2015. In February 2017 the first Bunnings Warehouse opened in St Albans with a further nine pilot stores planned to open during the year. As at 31 December 2017 there were 15 Bunnings Warehouses and 234 Homebase stores operating across the United Kingdom and Ireland. At 30 June 2017 we employed 12,000 team members.
Find out more about Homebase.
The “Bunnings Warehouse” brand has been built
on three strategic pillars.
Our policy is lowest prices are just the beginning, and we’re committed to it. We do a lot of things to deliver lowest prices. We check competitor prices and, whenever we find a lower price, we drop our price so we stay lowest. We don’t pretend to be the lowest at every instant on everything, which is why we offer every customer a Price Guarantee. Where, if you find a competitor’s lower price on the same stocked item, we’ll beat it by 15%. Don’t forget our price guarantee excludes trade quotes, stock liquidations and commercial quantities. Lowest prices are just the beginning, that’s our policy.
Our team members are the face of Bunnings and
provide friendly and helpful service. The size of the Bunnings network means we
can offer real benefits and opportunities for career and personal development.
Just ask one of our team members and they'll tell you.
Whilst we're larger today, we have kept a family feel
and still have fun. We have a high retention rate with many long term team
members, we regularly ask our team for feedback on how we're doing and how
we're living our vision and values. We truly care for our team, and take our
responsibility to provide a safe, secure and rewarding environment very
In the community
We are proud to assist and support a widespread and diverse range of local, regional and national groups across Australia and New Zealand. During the 2017 financial year our team supported over 76,000 local community activities helping raise and contribute more than $43 million for community groups across Australia and New Zealand.