The Land Development Corporation and Ostojic Group are pleased to announce that BP Australia has completed construction of the new Truck Stop facility at Darwin’s Truck Central development with the site operating since late January 2019.
The Ostojic Group is delivering the $25 million Truck Central development in partnership with LDC. As part of the development, Ostojic Group has completed a land sale contract with BP for the Truck Stop Facility near the entrance to the estate. The BP Truck Stop is an essential part of the Truck Central development by providing fuel and driver rest and fatigue management amenities. The Truck Stop complements the 3.2 hectare Road Train Assembly Area and Heavy Vehicle Inspection Facility which are being jointly funded by the Australian Government, Northern Territory Government and LDC. In addition, there are 22 industrial lots available for sale and development which are expected to attract transport and general industry businesses including regional distribution centres, truck sales, transport depots and will be supported by a range of vehicle maintenance activities such as inspection centres, tyre, mechanical and body repairs.
The new BP Truck Stop will offer top-of-the-line facilities such as:
- 24/7 operating hours.
- Access for multiple vehicles, from small vehicles to large triple road trains.
- High-flow diesel pumps.
- Healthy, fresh-cooked meals with full dining area.
- Truck drivers’ lounge.
- Shower and laundry facilities.
- Comprehensive CCTV over the BP and RTAA sites.
- BP Plus card and BPme cards are accepted.
Construction of the new Truck Stop was completed in January 2019 and created approximately 100 jobs during the construction phase. The now operating site employs over 20 staff and BP sees it as a key asset within their Australian network.
To secure your new lot at Truck Central – Contact Jenny Strang on 8944 0900.