Need another reason to stop off at Bunnings during your weekend errand-running? Enter Bunnings Block Collectables.

Yep, you can now pair your sausage sizzle with a cute little Lego-inspired Bunnings Block collectable for the *ahem* kids to build and collect.

Bunnings join the collectable bandwagon! 

We all know how popular collectibles are. Coles Stikees and Little Shops. Woolies Disney+ Ooshies and Dominos. Heck, I think I may even have a collection of those Woolies Animal Cards from years ago somewhere!

Well, now our fave DIY shop is jumping on the bandwagon, bringing us a new collection.

The first collectable in the series is this adorable Bunnings Block Truck. So cute, right!?

Bunnings Block Truck

Bunnings says the truck is, “the quiet hero, always ensuring the shelves are fully stocked with more than 40,000 products for customers to choose from.”

Not your average collection

There are a few major differences between the Bunnings collection and Woolies and Coles. 

First of all, this one is going to cost you.

You won’t get it free if you spend a certain amount. Each collectable is $10.

You build them!

That’s right – you don’t just collect. You build! FUN! 

You can’t collect them all at once.

Bunnings will roll out ONE collectable per month until May. They’ve given us a Pixelated sneak peek of the other collectibles coming each month.  

It’s part of a bigger set. 

Remember the Bunnings Block Warehouse which launched late last year? No? That’s because it sold out VERY quickly. The Bunnings Block Warehouse is a LEGO-type replica of a Bunnings hardware store. 

It’s coming back to stores very soon – it may already be in your local – and costs $30. 

Each Bunnings collectable rolled out will complement the set. The Bunnings Block Truck is the perfect addition to the Block Warehouse. What else do you reckon they will bring out? 

The Bunnings Block Collectables are available in-store and online, while stock lasts. We predict this adorable little collection will be a HUGE hit for kids big and small! 

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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