Stores Are Open • New Store Hours • New Payment Options
EVERYONE'S
RESPONSIBILITY



Our commitment to the health and wellness of our customers, our community and our team is at the heart of everything we do; never more so than in these challenging times.


Helping to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus is everyone’s responsibility. As such, rebel has implemented a range of precautionary measures to help protect against its spread, these include:

New Store Hours

NEW STORE HOURS

rebel stores are open, however, trading hours do vary.
Visit the Store locator to view your nearest store.


From Sunday 22nd November, South Australian stores will again open for trade following temporary closures.

Cashless Payment

CASHLESS PAYMENT

Cashless payments are preferred, however we have a range of payments options available for you to choose from.

New Store Hours

RETURNS

All stores remain open for in-store shopping and you can return purchases at your local store. Online purchases can also be returned via any Parcel Post drop off location or Australia post. View the returns policy for further information on returns


View the returns policy for further information on returns.

Social Distancing

SOCIAL DISTANCING

To protect yourself and our team please respect social distancing rules and consider others whilst instore.

In Victorian stores, all customers, visitors and team members
must wear a face coverings.

Shop Online 24/7

SHOP ONLINE 24/7

If you prefer to shop online, you can do so 24/7.

We ask you to please be respectful and courteous to our team as they try their best to serve you through this difficult time,
we're all in this together.

Frequently Asked
Questions

Are rebel stores open?
All stores (including South Australia as of Sunday 22nd November) are open for in-store shopping and click and collect. If you prefer to shop online, you can do so 24/7.

Are there any changes to store trading hours?
rebel stores (including South Australia as of Sunday 22nd November) are still open everywhere but trading hours do vary.

View the store locator for further information.

Can I still return my online purchases?
Your local store can facilitate a return during trading hours, and you are still able to return via any Parcel Post drop-off location or Australia Post.

Book a Parcel Post drop-off, or rest assured if you’d rather return your item in person our team will gladly accept returns and issue refunds once your local store is permitted to open it’s doors again.

What measures are you taking to keep customers and team members safe?
Our first priority is always the health of our team and our customers.

We are continuing to take a range of precautionary measures across our stores. We are also adhering to the advice and recommendations of the Australian Government, all State and Territory Governments, local health authorities and the World Health Organisation, and will continue to actively review and respond as necessary

Social Distancing instore - to protect yourself and our team, please respect social distancing rules and consider others whilst instore.

Mandatory Face Coverings - we’d like to remind all customers, visitors and team members that you must wear a face covering.

Cashless Payment - the preferred payment method, but we have a range of payment options available for you to choose from.

Are Home Delivery and Click & Collect still available online?
Home Delivery is available and changes are being made to make the delivery experience safer for our customers.

All of our stores (including South Australia from Sunday 22nd November) offer a click & collect service. Selected stores now offer a contact free click & collect service

Free Delivery on orders over $150, conditions apply;

  • All product(s) ordered must be tagged with 'Free Delivery over $150'
  • Offer excludes Bulky items

  • Express delivery is temporarily unavailable.

    Will I have to sign for my delivery?
    No, you will not be required to sign for your delivery.

    Couriers will knock on the door as usual and step back two metres (or as far back as safe). They will wait for someone to come to the door and greet them as usual. They will then ask for the recipient's name (to record proof for delivery) and leave the parcel on the doorstep.
    If no one comes to the door and there is no Parcel Leave service in place, the courier will follow the standard process which is to leave a card to call, with details of the delivery and return the parcel to the depot.

    How can I track my order?
    Online order tracking is available by clicking here