A refreshed BP Stapylton reopens after 192 days

BP Stapylton, located between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, has reopened after renovations with a fresh new look.

The reinvigorated site now features a refreshed Wildbean Café with new made-to-order food options, a Krispy Kreme, and a completely new fuel system that will allow more product availability for customers.

Paul Auge, Vice President Mobility and Convenience at BP Australia and New Zealand, was understandably happy with the reopening of the site.

“After months of work to upgrade our site at BP Stapylton, we’re re-opening with an offer that will provide our customers with a more convenient place to re-fuel, pick-up snacks and grab a barista-made coffee on their journeys.” 

The renovations are part of BP’s works to reimagine its retail offering by putting customers at the heart of everything it does. BP is providing end-to-end mobility needs at a convenience destination for drivers to stop along their journey by enhancing its sites to better serve the evolving mobility needs of its customers.

Situated between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, just off the Pacific Highway, BP Stapylton has optimised its store layout to improve customer flow and make it a key site for travelling customers to refuel and stock up on convenient food and beverage options.

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