Bringing Local Fuel Supply To Murrayville

VIC Premier

Drivers in Murrayville are now able to refuel their vehicles in town rather than crossing the border to find the closest fuel station, thanks to support from the Allan Labor Government.

The Cross Border Commissioner representing the Minister for Regional Development Gayle Tierney, today announced the completion of Murrayville’s permanent fuel station, made possible by a $400,000 investment through the Regional Development portfolio.

The self-service fuel station is managed by Sunraysia Petroleum and operates 24/7 with both diesel and petroleum for purchase.

The fuel station is expected to help workers who frequently use the Mallee Highway around Murrayville, especially people who work in agriculture and construction.

These workers are often required to travel large distances across regional Victoria and interstate without being able to refuel near home.

Located between Ouyen and the South Australian border, Murrayville is a small town surrounded by Victoria’s western desert national parks.

The project was managed by the Mildura Rural City Council.

Projects like this are part of the Labor Government’s investment of more than $41 billion in rural and regional Victoria.

As stated by Minister for Regional Development Gayle Tierney

“We know how important it is for locals, workers and visitors to have access to a permanent fuel supply which is why we got behind this important local project.”

As stated by Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes

“It’s great to see Murrayville now has 24-hour access to fuel, supporting locals and travelers.”

As stated by Victorian Cross Border Commissioner Brett Davis

“We’re listening to locals who have put the call out for a dedicated fuel station in Murrayville and I look forward to seeing how this exciting project will support local industries and offroad travel along the border track.”

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