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Where is Bunnings Australia?

If you're wondering where to buy building supplies in bulk, you can find a Bunnings Warehouse near me. These large stores are equipped with self-service checkouts for tradies and five lanes of undercover parking. You can even find a Bunnings store with an Ikea-like wardrobe section. A Bunnings store also has low-height tap displays so you can see what's on offer up close.

Bunnings is a household hardware store in Australia owned by Wesfarmers. Stores are typically open from 9 AM to 6 PM Monday to Friday and close in the evening at 6:00 PM on Saturdays. On Sunday, Bunnings stores close at 7 PM. Whether you're looking for the best paint for your home or a paintbrush to match the decor of your living room, you'll find the best paint, hardware, and more at Bunnings.

You can find a Bunnings store near you using the Where is Bunnings Australia map. To locate a Bunnings store near you, just enter your postcode and see which stores are closest to your location. Then, simply click the store's address to view its contact details. The website also shows the location and hours of operation of nearby stores. Generally, Bunnings stores are open from 10am to 5pm on public holidays, with the exception of the South Australian store.

 

 

History of Sierra Leone

Significant Dates

 

ca. 2500 B.C. Beginnings of agriculture, settled life, pottery making.
ca. 600 A.D. Introduction of iron making.
ca. 1450-1700 Mande migrations into Sierra Leone.
1462 Portuguese navigator visits the coast, names the peninsula "Serra Lyoa" (Lion Mountain)
ca. 1540 Mane Invasion.
1727 Futa Jallon Jihad. 
Expansion of Islam.
1787 Province of Freedom established.
1789 Koya Temne destroy colony.
1792 Freetown established.
Arrival of the Nova Scotians.
1800 Arrival of the Maroons
1808 British declare the Crown Colony of Sierra Leone.
Recaptive slaves begin to arrive.
1827 Fourah Bay Institution established.
1845 CMS Grammar School established.
First secondary school in West Africa.
1863 New constitution adopted.
John Ezzidio becomes first African elected to the Legislative Council.
1876 Fourah Bay College affiliated with Durham University.
1884 Samori invasions begin in northern interior.
1896 British declare the Sierra Leone Protectorate.
1898 The 1898 Rebellion ("Hut Tax War") (begins in the South on April 27).
1906 Bo School opens for "the sons and nominees of chiefs."
1908 Railway reaches Pendembu.
1914-1918 World War I
Sierra Leonean troops fight in Cameroon.
1924 New constitution adopted.
Chiefs sit for the first time in the Legislative Council.
1937 Native Administration system established.
1939-1945 World War II
Sierra Leonean troops fight in Burma.
1946 District Councils and Protectorate Assembly established.
1951 New constitution adopted.
Unified governmental system.
Protectorate representatives in the majority.
1961 Sierra Leone achieves independence (April 27).
Sir Milton Margai—1st Prime Minister.
1964 Sir Albert Margai—2nd Prime Minister.
1967 Siaka Stevens appointed Prime Minister. Military coup.
1968 Siaka Stevens—3rd Prime Minister.
1971 Sierra Leone becomes a republic.
Siaka Stevens - 1st Executive President.
1978 Sierra Leone becomes a one-party state under the banner of the All People's Congress.
1985 Major-General J. S. Momoh - 2nd Executive President.