Hardware opens in Landsdale
MORE than 100 local jobs have been created as Bunnings Warehouse Wangara officially opens today at the former Masters store on Hartman Drive in Landsdale.
Community members are invited to celebrate at the store over the next two weekends from Saturday by taking part in free family activities.
There will be several activities on offer, including a bouncy castles merry-go-round ride, animal farm, face painting, temporary tattoos and Trolls characters to meet and have a photo with.
On April 21 from 10am to 2pm, local police will also be fitting free security screws to vehicle registration plates to prevent thieves stealing them.
Ahead of the opening, newly recruited team Wangara members have been helping local groups, including the Wanneroo City Soccer Club and Pearsall Primary School, with community projects.
Bunnings Warehouse Wangara complex manager Marty Hornbuckle said team members enjoyed lending a hand in the community and would continue to do so once the store opened.
“We are looking forward to supporting a wide range of local groups,” he said.
Bunnings general manager property Andrew Marks said the Wangara store was one of four former Masters locations where Bunnings would open this year.
He said the Wangara warehouse spanned more than 13,000sq m and provided more than 100 jobs for local residents.
Alex Hack and Paul O’Neill from Bunnings Wangara with Tahlia Posselt, Mya Gilmore and Annabelle Nguyen.