New United Service Station At Gunalda Qld

A United Service Station was opened at Gunalda Qld in time for the 2016-17 holiday season.

The MASSIVE United Service Station  – the biggest of its kind in Queensland – opened south of Tiaro. The 25,000 square metre Gunalda development includes a food court with 350 seats, a playground, 90 parking lots and a separate trucker’s lounge.

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About the new servo, a spokesperson for the company is reported to have said this: “People looking to fill up can expect to see cheap fuel at this new site between Tiaro and Gympie”.

“Our view is that residents in many parts of regional Queensland have been paying too much for fuel in recent years”.

‘The Company’s strategy is to open new sites in regional towns. That’s where we believe we can make a difference for these areas, and we’ve seen it work to bring down prices across the board”.

“If we can help out by driving the costs of fuel down, particularly in regional areas, that will ensure people have more money for groceries, health care or even the occasional treat.”

And what do WE have to say about all this? 

]QUOTE[ “Our view is that residents in many parts of regional Queensland have been paying too much for fuel in recent years”

Well, United Petroleum, you may be giving regional Qld motorists cheap fuel, but what about bottled gas buyers?

You sure as hell are doing them no favours with your LPG gas prices, are you!

You don’t do refills, and your 8.5kg swap bottle price is a whopping $38.00

That’s outrageous! How can you justify that price?

At Bunnings, the same size swap bottle is only $23.90 – $14.10 cheaper!

Even Coles Express service stations are able to sell their swap bottles for $27.00. And they offer big discounts if a bottle swap is bundled with a fuel purchase.

Sorry United – but we just don’t understand your company’s rationale on LPG gas pricing.

 

11/11/17 – Carole Compton writes:

“Love the gas refill site. Have used it and has saved us lots of anguish and driving around to find gas Good on you – great job”