The new service, which follows the roll out of online shopping in Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory and most recently Queensland, offers customers the option to Click and Collect in-store at Ikea Tempe, Rhodes and Marsden Park; or they can choose to have their products delivered to their home.
The retailer has also opened last month a 70,000sqm distribution centre in Marsden Park.
Michael Donath, multichannel manager at Ikea Australia, said the new service will make shopping at Ikea easier and more convenient for time-poor Sydney residents.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring online shopping and Click and Collect to Sydney residents and surrounding suburbs, where shoppers will have easier access to our extensive range of 9,000 quality home furnishing products at the click of a button,” Donath said.
“The service is great value for customers who are looking to create an entirely new look for their home, or for those who simply want to refresh with the changing seasons.”
Donath said opening up online shopping for Sydney-siders is the next phase of their expansion, as they strive to make Ikea more widely available.
The Swedish furniture retailer recently announced it will give its Richmond store in Melbourne a multi-million-dollar facelift to upgrade the store’s layout with new entrance points and better lift accessibility.