By Thomas Duff For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:06 BST, 23 May 2020 | Updated: 05:06 BST, 23 May 2020
As coronavirus restrictions are slowly eased across Australia, tradies have called on Bunnings to let customers know when their famous sausage sizzles will return.
Bunnings stopped hosting their sausage sizzles as part of health measures to protect staff and customers during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gold Coast tradesman from iPlumb Solutions in Queensland said a sausage sandwich was an important part of their day.
But the hardware giant said sausage sizzles will remain suspended for the foreseeable future.
Bunnings stopped hosting their sausage sizzles as part of health measures to protect staff and customers during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic
'The sausage sizzle is an integral community fundraiser and we know both our team and customers are eager to see it return,' said Debbie Poole, Bunnings Chief Operating Officer.
'Unfortunately, this and other in-store activities remain suspended while we focus on providing a safe