Frequently Asked Questions

How can I find my local store and trading hours?

The ‘Set Your Store’ function allows you to set your local Dan Murphy’s store as ‘Your Store’. Simply enter your Postcode or Suburb and State. A list of your nearest stores will be provided. You can then View Store Details for more information, including store trading hours, a map and store facilities. 

You can set ‘Your Store’ through the Store Finder, or the site header.

Why is it important to set a store location?

The prices online often reflect a nationwide average if a local store has not been set. However, various products may be cheaper or more expensive in store depending on which specials are running in each state every week. In order to ensure that you are receiving the best experience, and seeing correct price, always remember to “set your store” at the top right of the desktop site, or by touching the "Set your store" button on the mobile site.

 

1. Click 'Set your store' on the website as shown below. 

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2. Type the store/suburb as required 

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3. Click 'Set as my Store' to select the store.

This can be changed at any time following the same steps or you can see all Dan Murphy's Stores here.

The introduction of the ACT Government Container Deposit Scheme means that we have increased some beverage prices. From 30 June 2018, you’ll be able to earn a 10¢ refund for every eligible container that you return to an authorised ACT collection point. For more information please visit actcds.com.au.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why has the initiative been introduced?

Single use beverage containers make up the majority of all litter found in the environment. So the ACT Government has introduced the Container Deposit Scheme to encourage the community to recycle their drink containers and keep them off our streets and out of our parks.

 

What containers are eligible?

Most empty 150ml to 3-litre beverage containers are eligible for a 10 cent refund. Container materials that may be eligible for a refund include:

  • Plastic (PET and HDPE)
  • Glass
  • Aluminium
  • Steel
  • Liquid paperboard (Cartons)

Containers should be empty and in a reasonable condition.

For more information please visit actcds.com.au

 

What containers can’t be recycled for a refund?

Containers that can’t be deposited for a refund include:

  • Containers designed to contain less than 150ml or more than 3L of beverage
  • Plain milk (or milk substitute) containers
  • Flavoured milk containers of 1 litre or more
  • Pure fruit or vegetable juice containers of 1 litre or more
  • Glass containers for wine and spirits
  • Casks for wine or water of 1 litre or more
  • Sachets for wine of 250ml or more
  • Containers for wine of 250ml or more
  • Containers for cordials and concentrated fruit/vegetable juices
  • Registered health tonics

For more information please visit actcds.com.au

Why is the price increase more than 10c per container?

As well as the 10c initiative refund, an initiative admin fee has been included in the price increase. This admin fee covers the cost of operating and administering the initiative.

When can I start claiming my 10¢ refund?

The container refunds take effect from June 30th. After that date you will earn 10¢ for all eligible containers you return.

 

Where can I claim my 10¢ refund?

Special container collection points will be placed across ACT, with many of them conveniently located near Woolworths stores. To find your nearest collection point go to actcds.com.au

 

Where can I find my nearest collection point?

To find your nearest collection point go to actcds.com.au

The introduction of the QLD Government Container Refund Scheme means that we have increased some beverage prices. From 1st November 2018, you'll be able to earn a 10¢ refund for every eligible container that you return to an authorised QLD collection point.

For more information on the Government Container Refund Scheme, please visit www.containersforchange.com.au/

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why has the initiative been introduced?

Single use beverage containers make up the majority of all litter found in the environment. So the QLD Government is introducing the Container Refund Scheme to encourage the community to recycle their drink containers and keep them off our streets and out of our parks.

 

What containers are eligible?

Most empty 150ml to 3 litre beverage containers will be eligible for a 10¢ refund. Container materials that may be eligible for a refund include:

  • Plastic (PET and HDPE)
  • Glass
  • Aluminium
  • Steel
  • Liquid paperboard (Cartons)

Containers should be empty and in a reasonable condition.

 

What containers can’t be recycled for a refund?

Containers that can’t be deposited for a refund include:

  • Containers designed to contain less than 150ml or more than 3 litres of beverage
  • Plain milk (or milk substitute) containers
  • Flavoured milk containers of 1 litre or more
  • Pure fruit or vegetable juice containers of 1 litre or more
  • Glass containers for wine and spirits
  • Casks for wine or water of 1 litre or more
  • Sachets for wine of 250ml or more
  • Containers for wine of 250ml or more
  • Containers for cordials and concentrated fruit/vegetable juices
  • Registered health tonics

Why is the price increase more than 10c per container?

As well as the 10c initiative refund, an initiative admin fee has been included in the price increase. This admin fee covers the cost of operating and administering the initiative.

 

When can I start claiming my 10c refund?

The container refunds take effect from November 1st 2018. After that date you will earn 10¢ for all eligible containers you return.

 

Where can I claim my 10¢ refund?

Container collection points will be located across QLD. To find your nearest collection point go to www.containersforchange.com.au/

 

Where can I find my nearest collection point?

To find your nearest collection point go to www.containersforchange.com.au/

Effective 1st December 2017

The introduction of a new NSW Government Return & Earn initiative will mean that the price of many beverages will be increasing in our stores. From December 1st, you'll be able to earn a 10c refund for every eligible container you return to an approved NSW collection point.

For more information please visit returnandearn.org.au

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why has the initiative been introduced?

According to recent government data, containers make up 44% of all litter in NSW. So the Government is introducing the Return & Earn initiative to encourage people to recycle their drinks containers and keep them off our streets and out of our parks.

What containers are eligible?

Most empty 150mL to 3-litre beverage containers will be eligible for a 10 cent refund. Container materials that may be eligible for a refund include:

  • Plastic (PET and HDPE)
  • Glass
  • Aluminium
  • Steel
  • Liquid paperboard (Cartons)

What containers can't be recycled for a refund?

The Return & Earn initiative will begin by focusing on containers most commonly found as litter. Containers that can't be deposited for a refund include:

  • Pure fruit or vegetable juice containers of 1 litre or more
  • Glass containers for wine and spirits
  • Casks for wine or water of 1 litre or more
  • Sachets for wine of 250mL or more
  • Containers for wine of 250mL or more
  • Containers for cordials and concentrated fruit/vegetable juices
  • Registered health tonics

What conditions do my containers have to be in to be eligible?

Containers should be empty, uncrushed, unbroken and have the original label attached. If a container isn't eligible for a refund, please use a recycling bin. Remember - don't crush or squash your containers.

Why is the price increase more than 10c per container?

As well as the 10c initiative refund, an initiative admin fee has been included in the price increase. This admin fee covers the cost of operating and administering the initiative.

When can I start claiming my 10c refund?

The container refunds take effect from December 1st. After that date you will earn 10c for all eligible containers you return.

Where can I claim my 10c refund?

Special container collection points will be placed across NSW, with many of them conveniently located near Woolworths stores. To find your nearest collection point go to returnandearn.org.au

Unfortunately, we are unable to specify a time that your order will be delivered. Our deliveries are generally attempted during business hours, however, this depends on the different courier services we use to fulfil them.

If you would like to contact our friendly customer service team on 1300 72 33 88 they will be able to give you more specific updates regarding your delivery, including the time that the order has been packed and scanned in with the courier service.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. In future, you can also elect to have your order left unattended in a safe area of your property if you cannot be home to receive the delivery, as we understand people have busy days and schedules.

Dan Murphy's is a retailer for personal use only.

Due to taxation legislation and restrictions to our liquor license, we are unable to sell to individuals or businesses who plan to on-sell our products.