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Bunnings Releases Lego-Style Set So You Can Have Your Very Own Warehouse

Bunnings Releases Lego-Style Set So You Can Have Your Very Own Warehouse

Bunnings is a pretty iconic brand in Australia not only because it sells just about every product needed for a DIY project but because it has sausage sizzles that help local causes.

But imagine if you could have your very own, much smaller version of Bunnings in your bedroom.

Well, the good people at the DIY heaven have come up with a way to bring that dream into reality.

Credit: @absolute_lego_builds/Instagram
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They've created a 168-piece building block set (which is kind of like Lego) that will allow you to build your very own Bunnings.

It comes with a sausage sizzle stand, along with the ability to build the warehouse, a plant nursery, a timber yard and a drive-in area. What more could you possibly want?

The set is being sold at Bunnings exclusively for just $30 - which is a steal if you ask us.

The best thing as well is that it's compatible with Lego bricks so if you're a tiny bit bored with a simple Bunnings warehouse then you can add on your own style and turn it into a jet plane or ship.

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