Coolabah Tree Café opens its 17th store

Coolabah Tree Café opened its 17th store  at the Puma - Bundamba Travel Centre yesterday.


This is the 3rd opening  in 7 months for Coolabah Tree café  & Director Manpreet Rooprai.

The franchise system was purchased late last year with the mandate for growth and clearly the company hasn’t looked back as this recent opening at Bundamba QLD comes off the back of  2 other franchisee owned and operated new store openings - BP Larapinta Travel Centre QLD  and Coles Express Kooragang NSW (which is the systems first drive thru.) 

Travel Centres – Service Station – Roadhouses

Faith Manning – Coolabah Tree Recruitment and Leasing Manager said that  “Coolabah Tree has created a niche market within this sector, the Travel Centre industry has evolved over recent years and Coolabah Tree continues to be  at the forefront of this evolution creating a strategic advantage over other food retailers.

“We are able to offer  an alternative to the fast food factory type fare that’s is generally found within Travel Centres, and we provide the fuel companies with a fully branded, broad menu offer which satisfies the consumers demand for freshly prepared Aussie tucker. “The company is now well positioned for growth with an energetic, driven and experienced team at the helm.

“Our CEO is a multi-award winning franchisee himself, and therefore brings an empathy, appreciation and understanding of the life of a franchisee to the business and this in itself creates a refreshing communication dynamic  for our franchise partners” “The future is looking very positive as Coolabah Tree café plan to open  another 4 stores throughout QLD over the next 4 months”.