World news – Green light for $ 32 million new bunnings on Bruce Highway


Bunnings will expand its presence in one of the fastest growing areas in southeast Queensland with a new warehouse for $ 32 million.

The new 13,000 m² warehouse will be built at the old “Big Fish” location on the corner of Bruce Highway and Pumicestone Road – now known as Sungate Business Park.

This massive development is expected to include other retail stores, a supermarket, and several grocery stores.

The Moreton Bay Regional Council approved the development proposal submitted by Eildon Funds Management in June 2020 in December.

« Features include the main warehouse, an outdoor kindergarten, a timber trade sales area, a coffee shop and a playground, » she said.

« The store will be more than 13,000 square meters and park over 400 cars. »

« The development represents a significant investment in the local community and will add convenience to residents of Caboolture and the surrounding suburbs. »

Ms. Sweet said construction should begin mid-year and the goal is to open doors in the first half of 2022.

At the end of last year, a new McDonald’s was opened at the site, creating a further 100 new jobs.

There is also hope to establish an indoor entertainment and leisure facility, medical center, veterinary clinic, childcare center, and real estate sales office on site.

The business park will serve future developments such as the Caboolture West Precinct and Elimbah East developments.


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