READY TO ROLL: Kerri Nicholls preparing for opening of Warwick's Bunnings Warehouse  tomorrow.
READY TO ROLL: Kerri Nicholls preparing for opening of Warwick's Bunnings Warehouse tomorrow. Michael Nolan

Bunnings to give first glimpse to customers this weekend

WARWICK'S new Bunnings Warehouse will start trading this Sunday with a grand opening planned for the following weekend.

The celebrations start at 5pm, November 23.

There will be fireworks at 8pm alongside family-friendly activities like face painting, a petting zoo, jumping castle, fairy floss and popcorn.

Warwick residents will also receive a visit from some of the cute and cuddly characters from Paw Patrol.

Complex Manager, Dan Pfingst, said the team at Bunnings Warehouse Warwick was excited to welcome the local community to the store grand opening weekends.

"Our team members have worked extremely hard to prepare the store for opening and are looking forward to helping customers with their home improvement projects, as well as providing free D.I.Y. Workshops for adults and kids,” he said.

The grand opening weekend festivities will continue from November 23 to December 2.

Bunnings Grand Opening

Friday, November 23:

5pm: Jumping castle, face painting, popcorn, fairy floss.

8pm: Fireworks.

Saturday, November 24:

9am-3pm: Jumping castle, face painting, popcorn, fairy floss.

10am-2pm: Petting zoo.

11am-2pm: Hello Kitty meet and greet.

Sunday, November 25:

9am-3pm: Jumping castle, face painting, popcorn, fairy floss.

10.30am-12.30pm: Geckoes Wildlife meet and greet.

Saturday, December 1

9am-2pm: Jumping castle, face painting, popcorn, fairy floss.

10am-1pm: Warwick Thistle Pipe band.

10.30am: Geckoes Wildlife show.

11am-12.30pm: Geckoes Wildlife meet and greet.

Sunday, December 2:

9am -2pm: Jumping castle, face painting, popcorn, fairy floss.

11am-2pm: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet and greet.

Free D.I.Y. Workshops for both adults and kids will be held every weekend to offer advice to local residents as well as provide inspiration for projects in the home and garden.



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