Free coffee in Rockingham and Wellard for Colorbond Steel’s 50th celebrations


Lucy Martin and Holly Millers with the coffee van.
Lucy Martin and Holly Millers with the coffee van.

WITH the price of barista-made coffee on the up and up, the idea of free coffee may seem like just froth.

However, in order to celebrate 50 years of bringing Australians an iconic building product, Colorbond Steel will give coffee enthusiasts their fix on Saturday, September 17.

Colorbond will set up a 1966 street scene with a coffee van, music and free coffee at Bunnings Rockingham and Emerald Park Display Village, Wellard.

BlueScope marketing manager Lisa Dent said Colorbond steel was used in many applications from the garden shed to big-scale commercial developments.

“Our customers have truly helped shape Colorbond steel into what it is today,” she said.

“I hope as many people from Rockingham and Wellard as possible can come down and grab a coffee and a cake when the 1966 coffee van rolls into town,” she said.

The van will be at Bunnings Rockingha, corner Patterson Road and Pedlar Circuit from 9am to 12pm, then at Emerald Park Display Village, Wellard, 80 Jasper Bend from 1pm to 4pm.