Christmas has come to Bunnings so get ready for Santa's sausage sizzle

If you want to have the best Christmas decorations on your street you'd better start planning now. Luckily, Bunnings has over 200 fantastic new products that will help you stand out from the crowd.

The hardware giant has already seen an increase in Christmas searches on its site, so everyone is ready to celebrate in style this year.

"Over the past month, 'Christmas' has topped the list of increasing search terms on the Bunnings website with over 4,500 searches last week alone," Bunnings' Rebecca Hevey told Yahoo Lifestyle.

Bunnings Warehouse sign; Christmas lights on house
Bunnings have an extensive range of Christmas decorations to get you into the festive spirit. Photo: Supplied/Getty Images

"With people finally being able to enjoy bigger get togethers and more celebrations with friends and family, we're already seeing an early rush on our festive range as customers get organised and start stocking up... in preparation for the busiest and best time of the year."

As far as trends go, there are a few that are already standing out.


Rebecca predicts nutcrackers and inflatables will continue to be crowd favourites, alongside solar options like stake and fairy lights that are affordable and easy to install.

"For the Christmas fanatics who love going all out with their decorating, we've got some really fun new designs to create a wow factor this year, including some iconic Aussie additions like an inflatable BBQ Santa, koala stake lights and a festive Melbourne tram," she said.

With prices starting at just $10 for lights like the Battery Operated LED Santa Head, it's also more affordable than ever to add some Christmas cheer.

Outdoor Christmas decorations
The inflatable Santa on a tram and the light-up shark are pretty uniquely Australian, while the inflatable corgi carrying presents is simply adorable. Photo: Supplied

If you really want to make a splash, though, the LED solar unicorn ($99) is sure to impress your neighbours.

There's the Inflatable BBQ Santa ($99) who has his own Bunnings sausage sizzle, or the inflatable Santa on a tram ($269) is particularly good if you live in Melbourne.

There's also a light-up glitter shark ($169), because nothing quite says Aussie Christmas like a great white.

Bunnings outdoor Christmas decorations
An inflatable nutcracker, letterbox for the North Pole, and a solar light-up unicorn are all part of the new Bunnings Christmas range. Photo: Supplied

For those unsure where to start with their decorating, Rebecca shares her top three tips for creating an epic but affordable Christmas display.

1. Stick to your budget

You don't need to spend a lot to make an impact with decorating, something as simple as wrapping a tree in some solar fairy lights can be an easy, affordable and stylish addition to your space.

2. Have a plan

Think about what areas of your home you want to decorate, where you want the focal point to be and what you want to invest in.

If you've got a big front yard, it might be an eye-catching giant inflatable or if you're in an apartment, your Christmas tree may be the star of the show and where you spend your decorating time and money.

3. Use your creativity

Look online for inspiration: Bunnings has plenty of easy Christmas projects on its website, and social media offers endless ideas.

DIY offers a great way to think outside the box and save costs – try DIYing your own Christmas tree or creating your own mailbox for Santa.

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