BP has invested more than $40 million to develop two state of the art travel centres in Western Australia.
A first for the state, the dual sites at Baldivis South and North, were officially opened on Wednesday and service more than 9000 customers daily.
Located on 10 hectare greenfield sites on each side of the Kwinana Freeway, between Mundijong and Safety Bay Roads, each site is equipped with 39 fuelling stations, including BP Ultimate, BP Ultimate Diesel, unleaded, premium unleaded, diesel, Autogas and AdBlue.
The sites host McDonalds and Red Rooster as well as BP’s own food offers including a 150-seat Wild Bean Café. The sites also offer free wifi, a children’s play area, a garden area with a barbecue, ATM facilities and a lounge for truck drivers.
There is also extensive parking at the sites, including 10 b-double truck bays, three coach bays, three caravan bays, three trailer bays, and more than 100 car bays. BP Baldivis North also has bicycle access and a bicycle rack.
Andy Holmes, president of BP Australasia, said the travel centres will provide an increasing number of travellers and commuters with the opportunity to rest and refuel with the latest BP services in a fresh, modern environment.
“Our significant investment into these travel centres demonstrates our commitment to Western Australia, which is already home to BP’s long-standing Kwinana Refinery, and to growing our retail business across the country,” Holmes said.