Gamby reopens servo – hot food and an ATM to come

Gamby Goyal is the owner of the Woodburn Metro servo.

Susanna Freymark

It has been so good to see the Woodburn Service Station reopen more than two years after the floods.

Owner operator of Metro Woodburn is Gamby Goyal and he reopened the servo mid-April this year.

“The locals are excited, they love the coffee and the slushies,” he said.

Gamby was at Murwillumbah and came south to open the Woodburn servo.

“People need a servo here,” he said.

The servo stocks pizza, ice cream, firewood and the usual service station items such as oil, p plates, batteries, ice, gas and more.

“We will try our best so locals can come here for what they need,” Gamby said.

“The pricing is good. We’re trying to be fair with petrol and other items.”

Gamby said once the electrician has done their work, the servo will be ready to serve hot food.

Heidi Hollis and Jan Hobbins worked at the till.

The servo is getting an ATM soon too, they said.

For Woodburn to have basic groceries and petrol is a bonus for the river town as the supermarket has not yet reopened and residents have had to go to Broadwater or Evans Head for fuel.

Metro Woodburn is open 6am–8pm every day of the week.

Heidi Hollis and Jan Hobbins work at Woodburn Metro.

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