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BP Goodna Re-Opens For Business

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$2.7 Million Re-build Complete

BP today announced that its service station at Goodna had re-opened for business.

The service station was formally re-opened by Ipswich Councillor, Paul Tully.

The Queensland floods of 2011 saw the service station completely submerged under water as the Bremer River overflowed.

Peri Hunter, BP’s retail manager said that the service station had been rebuilt at a cost of $2.7 million and would welcome customers with an attractive design that includes wide and convenient refuelling positions and a bright, clean atmosphere.

In addition to a full range of BP advanced fuels and lubricants, the sites will offer a BP Connect convenience store and BP’s award-winning Wild Bean Café which offers gourmet coffee.

Denise Strange, store manager at BP Goodna, said; “I’m delighted to back at work at Goodna and I’m really looking forward to welcoming both old and new customers to our site.”

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