Chances are most people have pre-ordered their bundles already. But if you haven't - and don't mind waiting until April, or hopping from store to store to test your luck - here's a list of all the Switch bundles you can get.
Base version of the console, in grey or the neon red/blue. JB are stocking all of the accessories as well at standard prices; there's nothing special here.
Nintendo Switch (Grey/Neon): $450
As reported by the long-running Nintendo hub Vooks, Costco are selling the base Switch bundle for $450. You'll need a Costco membership card to buy anything from Costco, mind you, but if your parents have one you can just borrow theirs. Card-carrying members can also take a +1 into the store with them, so you might as well do a big shop while you're at it. (Pro tip: the buckets of Ainsley Harrison cous-cous are real cheap, and real good. Do try.)
You'll have to put down a $50 deposit in-store by tomorrow, as per the official Target Australia Twitter:
@reptilescorpio Pre-orders are available until the 28th of February, we would suggest getting in quick!
— Target Australia (@Targetaus) February 24, 2017
Best spend some time tonight trucking over to Target, because there's no word on whether availability will vary by store or what the situation is.
Nintendo Switch with 1-2 Switch: $499 Nintendo Switch with Zelda: Breath of the Wild: $519
You won't be able to get pre-orders on the regular Switch offering from Big W anymore - those have closed down already. Those who pre-ordered from Big W have been given the option to upgrade to one of these two bundles, according to Vooks, but anyone else will have to try their luck at launch. Good luck.
Available online but only in grey, Harvey Norman is a good option if all the usual suspects are sold out.
Pre-ordering now or after launch means you won't get a Switch until April, so keep that in mind. There is the odd chance that you could walk in-store and pick up a console if someone chose to receive theirs later on, or they couldn't pay by the launch weekend, but I wouldn't take my chances with that.
Update: EB has confirmed that you can still pre-order the grey Switch bundle now for launch day, but any pre-orders of the Neon console won't arrive until April. Thanks, EB.
I wouldn't expect these consoles to arrive at launch, given how close we are to the date. I've gotten in touch with Gamesmen to confirm, and if I hear back from them I'll let you know. Update: If you place an order before Thursday 1:00PM Sydney/Melbourne/Hobart time, you will get stock from the first shipment. The actual arrival date, however, will depend on where you live.
Kogan won't ship the Switch until March 6, so you won't get the glory of launch day goodness. But they are still taking pre-orders, which could be useful, and if you're into Qantas frequent flyer points you can get those too. Kogan's supply is official stock too, meaning you get the benefits of local warranty, something Kogan doesn't always offer.
Haven't heard of Cubox? Then you probably don't live in Queensland. They're a retailer based in Bowen Hills - that's central Brisbane, basically - and they're a bit of a mixed shop, selling point of sale terminals, drones, TV tuners, consoles, fitness gadgets, graphic tablets, racing wheels and flight sticks.
They're also selling Nintendo Switch bundles, funnily enough. They're just the standard ones, but having more options is always a good thing. (It's also an indication that the supply for the Switch won't be like the debacle that was the Mini NES Classic.)
Dick Smith and Kogan are one and the same, so whatever happens to one will likely be replicated on the other store. Keep that in mind.
Belfield Music isn't a pair of words I thought I'd be writing on The Kotaku Video Game Website, but there you go. They're based in Bass Hill (NSW), and are - surprise! - more known for their supply of instruments and music accessories than consoles. But they've got both versions of the Switch and the basic set of accessories, so there you go. Maybe worth a visit if you live around Bankstown. Belfield Music is next to a Red Rooster as well, so you really could relive your childhood in a single afternoon.
Not the first choice option, but if you have some credits saved up or you like ordering through Play-Asia you can get the Switch through them as well. Pre-orders haven't opened up for the models being sold to Asia or America, but the Australian console (so the Switch that comes with the down under appropriate packaging and cables) is available for just over $531. Given that $US399 - the console's international price - is more than $500 after the currency conversion, you might as well buy from one of the retailers above.
So those are all the places we could find in Australia that were selling bundles of the Nintendo Switch. Thanks to Vooks for some of the above info. Have you seen any places with a deal that we missed? And are you picking up the Switch this week, or later this year?