Bunnings owner buys GP telehealth corporate for $135 million

Owner of Priceline, Kmart and Bunnings snaps up InstantScripts.
Sarah Simpkins
Dr Asher Freilich.

GP telehealth company InstantScripts, which offers $15 text-based consults for script renewal, has been sold for $135 million.

The five-year-old company has accepted a takeover offer from Australian Pharmaceutical Industries, a subsidiary of Wesfarmers, which owns Bunnings, Kmart and the pharmacy chain Priceline.