And our office and warehouse customers love us too.
From tea room supplies including milk, coffee and tea; the freshest fruit and vegetables to give employees something healthy and delicious to snack on (and support your corporate wellness program); or grocery items to support your day-today, or special functions - WA Fresh Delivered happily caters to numerous customers like you across the Perth Metropolitan area.
To make use of our service, you'll need to:
- Make sure you're within our delivery area, and find out when we deliver to you;
- Setup an account (we don't recommend offices check out as guests, as you lose the option to easily make repeat orders for the same items);
- Place your order no later than 3am on your delivery day;
- Make sure you can pay for your orders with one of our accepted payment methods (Sorry, but purchase orders aren't accepted); and
- When ordering, provide clear address details and notes of where/who we're delivering to.
When do I need to place my order by?
Your order needs to be placed and paid for no later than 3am on the day of delivery.
Do I get a tax invoice?
Tax invoices are normally provided with each delivery, but if for some reason you don't receive one or it gets misplaced on the way to being processed - we're more than happy to email you another copy on request.
When will the delivery arrive to my office?
For more information, see this article:
Can you let me know when my delivery will arrive?
What happens after I order?
Head to the following section of our Help Centre, to find answers to all these questions.
Multiple people will need to do our ordering, how should we handle this?
Firstly, make sure the account you create is at an email address all these people can access. If you don't already have a generic account or email address for your Reception, or a receiving dock team, speak with your In-House IT Support team to ask for one.
Secondly, make sure you select a password for your WA Fresh Delivered account which you can share with all of these users.
When selecting a password, make sure to apply best practice - such as not reusing common passwords, or ones that are used for the accounts you have access to. The last thing your IT Support team would want you to do is put your companies' information security at risk. Seeking their advice on strong password selection and use for shared logins will help you avoid this risk.