65+ stores that offer click and collect in Australia

Shop online without waiting days for delivery at these retailers offering in-store pick-up.

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To save you money on same-day delivery or to stop you from spending extra time at the shops, many Australian retailers offer click and collect service which can get you your items in as little as an hour from the time you make the purchase.

To help you find a shop that can get you your items in a hurry, we've compiled a list of more than 65 stores that will let you buy items online and collect them in-store.

All the Australian stores offering click and collect:

Store namePick-up locationsWebsite
ActiveskinOnly in Balgowlah, Sydney
Ally FashionAlly storesGo to site
AppleApple stores, Pick-up PointsGo to site
The Athlete's FootThe Athlete's Foot storesGo to site
AutographAutograph stores
BCFBCF stores
Big WBig W stores
Bing LeeBing Lee storesGo to site
Bras N ThingsBras N Things storesGo to site
BunningsBunnings stores
BWSBSW stores
CatchSelect Target storesGo to site
CellarmastersSelect BWS stores
Chemist WarehouseChemist warehouse storesGo to site
City ChicCity Chic storesGo to site
ColesColes stores, Coles Express refrigerated lockers
Cotton OnCotton On storesGo to site
crossroadscrossroads storesGo to site
Dan Murphy'sDan Murphy's stores
David JonesDavid Jones stores
Dr MartensDr Martens storesGo to site
EB GamesEB Games stores
eBayParcelpoints, Woolworths, retail locations*Go to site
Fantastic FurnitureFantastic Furniture storesGo to site
Forever NewForever New storesGo to site
freedomfreedom storesGo to site
General PantsGeneral pants storesGo to site
GlassonsGlassons storesGo to site
Glue StoreGlue storesGo to site
The Good GuysThe Good Guys storesGo to site
Harris FarmHarris Farms stores
Harvey NormanHarvey Norman stores
HouseHouse storesGo to site
Hype DCHype DC storesGo to site
JB Hi-FiJB Hi-Fi stores
Johnny BiggJohnny Bigg storesGo to site
KatiesSelect Katies storesGo to site
KmartKmart stores
LululemonLululemon storesGo to site
MeccaMecca stores
Microsoft StoreMicrosoft storesGo to site
MillersSelect Millers storesGo to site
MyerMyer storesGo to site
NovoNovo stores
OfficeworksOfficeworks stores
PlatypusPlatypus storesGo to site
PricelinePriceline stores
QBD BooksQBD Books storesGo to site
RockmansRockmans storesGo to site
rebel Sportrebel Sport storesGo to site
ReviewReview storesGo to site
RiversSelect Rivers storesGo to site
SABASABA stores (except within David Jones)Go to site
The Shaver ShopThe Shaver Shop storesGo to site
SheridanSheridan stores
SketchersSketchers stores
StellyOnly in Alexandria, SydneyGo to site
Supercheap AutoSupercheap auto storesGo to site
TargetTarget storesGo to site
TimberlandTimberland storesGo to site
TypoTypo storesGo to site
Ultra FootballUltra Football storesGo to site
VansVans storesGo to site
WoolworthsWoolworths stores
yd.yd. stores
ZaraZara stores

*Some eBay sellers are actual bricks and mortar stores that allow you to pick up your item from a physical store location.

Why should you use click and collect services?

Click and collect often combines the best parts of online shopping and the in-store experience: You save time and avoid crowds while also saving on shipping costs and return fees.

Many retailers also offer a contact-free click and collect service, so you don't have to hand your credit card to anyone or encounter other shoppers in-store.

How does click and collect work?

Very true to the name, you order and pay for your items online and pick them up in-store or at a designated location selected at the time of purchase (if available).

While each store requires different amounts of time to get your order ready, it can be ready to pick up on the same day in many cases.

Most stores will send you a notification via SMS or email to let you know when your item is ready for pick-up.

You'll then need to either go to the register or a collection counter to get your items.

Most stores do require photo ID, especially if you're purchasing alcohol, in order to collect your items.

Is click and collect free?

Often click and collect services will be free (or at least cheaper than the postage cost), but always check the retailer's own website for details. If there is a charge, it's usually only a few dollars.

Instead of charging an additional fee, some sites may require a minimum spend for this service to be worth their while. Usually it's about how much (or less) you would normally spend on a shop at the store. For example, at Coles it's $50 and at Glue Store it's $10.

Where are click and collect stores located?

We've noted the available pick-up points for the 65 Australian retailers we've noted on this page above.

Usually, this service is available at any of the retailer's stores, but check the retailer's website for exact details. Sometimes it's only available at select locations or you'll need to go to the store's distribution centre to pick up your items.

Occasionally, retailers will let you pick it up at alternate locations, especially if it's a store without a bricks-and-mortar location. For example, if you make a purchase on eBay, you'll be able to collect your items at a local Woolworths.

Can you click and collect on the same day?

In many cases, yes; sometimes even quicker. Stores like Fantastic Furniture can have your items ready in an hour, and Officeworks can have your order ready for pick-up in as little as two hours.

Other stores, like Big W and David Jones, will guarantee your order to be ready on the same day as long as it's ordered before a certain time.

It's recommended to check the retailer's site before ordering in case it does need a few days to get your items from a warehouse or to prepare your order.

As you use click and collect on a retailer's website, you should get an estimated day or time for when you can pick up your order. If you need the item urgently, never complete your purchase without finding out when it will be available for collection. You can always phone the retailer's customer service line if the website isn't clear.

What can't you click and collect?

Prescription medications are generally not available for click and collect. While stores like Chemist Warehouse and Priceline both offer the service, you can only purchase other items like hair products and makeup using click and collect.

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