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1966 Is Rolling Into Town


Sat 10 Sep 2016, 12:00pm–3:00pm

Where: Bunnings Warehouse, Bermuda St & Reedy Creek Rd, Burleigh Waters, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Celebrate Colorbond® Steel’s 50th on 10 September 2016

On 10 September the Colorbond® steel coffee van is coming to town transforming into a vibrant mini 1960s street scene with music, great prizes and delicious free coffee to celebrate Colorbond® steel’s 50th anniversary.

Over the past 50 years Colorbond® steel has become an integral part of Australian life – from the garden shed to some of the biggest and most beautiful pieces of architecture in the country.

Like Australia itself, the story of Colorbond® steel is built on decades of innovation and improvement, which has earned Colorbond® steel its position as one of the world’s toughest, most advanced building materials.

“Australia’s widely diverse environmental conditions demand a product that is specifically tested and developed for Australia. Our research and innovation teams have been conducting real-world outdoor exposure testing and accelerated laboratory testing to thousands of panels of Colorbond® steel for almost fifty years to ensure Colorbond® steel is an ideal building material for Australian conditions - from the heat of the Northern Territory to much cooler climate of Tasmania,” said Lisa Dent, Manager Marketing & Market Development - Sales & Marketing, BlueScope.

“Our customers have truly helped shape Colorbond® steel into what it is today. I hope as many people from Burleigh Waters as possible can come down and grab a coffee and a cake when the 1966 coffee van rolls into town.”

For decades Colorbond® steel has been a popular choice from roofs to fences, sheds, garages, public buildings and even art, and is much-loved by world-leading architects creating award-winning commercial buildings and residential homes, as well as farmers needing a strong and durable material suited to Australia’s tough conditions.

For more information about Colorbond ® steel including the latest range of colours and great use of the product around Australia and the world, visit or the Facebook page.