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Bunnings grew by almost 90 per cent between 2012 and 2021

Australia-based Bunnings brought in around EUR 10.9 bn in sales in 2021, almost 90 per cent more than 2012.
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As the world's seventh-largest home improvement retailer by sales, Australia-based Bunnings brought in around EUR 10.9 bn in sales in 2021. For this figure and all others in the chart below, the company's financial year (from June to June) has been converted so that it notionally ends at the end of the year. The company is part of the Wesfarmers Group (Australia) and operated DIY stores and garden centres in Australia and New Zealand at the end of 2021.

In this context, the company's sales growth between 2012 and 2021 is impressive. Within nine years, net sales increased from EUR 5.8 bn to EUR 10.883 bn, an increase of 87.6 per cent. The company thus grew by an average of around 7.3 per cent per year. The company achieved the strongest growth in 2016 with plus 32.5 per cent and in 2020 with plus 24.6 per cent. There was a dip in 2018 when the company withdrew from the UK market in June after a brief interlude following the sale of the previously acquired UK DIY chain Homebase to investor Hilco Capital.

(Source: Dähne Verlag)

The data is based on the 2013 to 2022 editions of the Home Improvement Retail Europe Statistics. These provide current figures, statistics and analyses for the DIY sector in Europe, specifically key figures of the DIY operators in 31 countries: number of stores, retail areas, economic framework data and 10-year trend of the DIY operators.

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