to Restore Vital Fuel Services at Inland Parks
Following the shutdown of service stations across six inland Reflections Holiday Parks in May this year, the group has appointed Penrith-based firm, Petrolink Engineering to replace the fuel facilities and get guests pumping again.
Petro-chemical storage and delivery-system specialists, Petrolink Engineering Pty Ltd was awarded the Design and Construction contract for Reflections Holiday Parks after an extensive tender process last month.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said the race to get fuel services restored at the group’s affected inland parks was a priority and Petrolink Engineering demonstrated a professional design solution ready to go.
“We are pleased to confirm a comprehensive plan to deliver fuel to our inland parks and are in the process of obtaining planning approvals from the respective Councils as we speak,” Mr Edmonds said.
“We are hoping to have these fuel facilities installed by Christmas subject to Council Approvals.”
“Throughout October, Petrolink Engineering has been undertaking preliminary site visits to the affected parks to finalise design details of the fuel service stations.”
A replacement solution for fuel service stations will be implemented at the following locations:
- Lake Keepit (Keepit NSW)
- Lake Burrendong (Mumbil NSW)
- Grabine Lakeside (Bigga NSW)
- Burrinjuck Waters (Burrinjuck NSW)
- Wyangala Waters (Wyangala Dam NSW)
Fuel services for Cudgegong River in Yarrabin NSW will be implemented at a later stage.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said the unmanned service stations would be available 24/7 and would offer both Diesel and Unleaded fuel.
“We know that visitors and surrounding communities of our inland parks depend on this fuel availability and we are happy to have appointed Petrolink Engineering to ensure the job gets done.