Woodside moves into Karratha city centre

Tom ZaunmayrPilbara News
The Quarter, Karratha.
Camera IconThe Quarter, Karratha. Credit: Tom Zaunmayr.

Woodside has completed its long-awaited move into new offices on the third floor of the Quarter in Karratha.

The new office is home to Woodside’s six-person corporate affairs team, and will also play host to visitors from the company’s operating facilities in Karratha, Perth headquarters and abroad.

The existing Karratha office on Balmoral Road will be used to house Woodside’s facilities management team.

Woodside Karratha corporate affairs manager Kate Gauntlett said Woodside was looking forward to engaging with the community from its base.

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“Over 30 years in Karratha, we’ve been a strong contributor to education outcomes, infrastructure funding and grassroots community grants,” she said.

“We’re looking forward to engaging with the community from this new central home base for many more years to come.”

Woodside joins Lo’s Cafe and Asian food store Cecel’s, both of which moved into the Quarter at the end of 2017.

Woodside’s town office in Roebourne will remain open.

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