Online grocery shopping via Woolworths has now been made more convenient as the superstore, located at 107 Latrobe Terrace in Paddington, recently launched its Delivery Now service.

Under this delivery scheme,  Woolworths customers may receive their purchases within a two-hour window. The company is introducing this very first speedy delivery service in Brisbane to keep abreast with the competition.



At least 38 Woolworths sites across Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney have already adopted Delivery Now. Aside from Paddington, residents in these suburbs in Brisbane may also take advantage of the short-term service seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.:

  • Ascot
  • Ashgrove
  • Bulimba
  • Camp Hill
  • Spring Hill

The company is looking to expand this service to more stores in Queensland based on the customers’ feedback and demands.

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Woolworths’ Delivery Now has a delivery fee of $19 for 30 commonly needed items, such as food ingredients and baby products. When a customer is too sick to get up and buy medication, availing of Delivery Now’s two-hour service will also come quite handy.



This service, however, is different from the superstore’s existing delivery scheme, which charges a $15 delivery fee for grocery purchases amounting to $100 and up. Delivery Now, will also not be able to fulfill purchases of deli items, which requires preparation, and bulky items that might not fit in the delivery vehicle.