Stellar Officially Opens New Call Center in Queensland, Australia


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Stellar, a leading global [url=]call centre[/url] and business process outsourcing provider, today announced the official opening of a new 265-seat call centre in Queensland, creating over 300 new jobs in Biggera Waters, a suburb on the Gold Coast.

Councillor Rob Molhoek from the Gold Coast City Council attended the grand opening of the new state-of-the-art call centre facility, along with senior executives from Telstra and Stellar Asia Pacific.

“We chose Queensland for our new centre to give us the ability to recruit high calibre talent. The centre has commenced live operations with a group of skilled employees who are fully committed to delivering a best-in-class service to our clients,” said John Hollingsworth, Chief Executive Officer of Stellar Asia Pacific. “We have a proud history of supporting regional Australian communities, and have invested over AU$2.6 million in the new call centre’s modern infrastructure, staff facilities and technology capabilities”.

The new centre brings the total number of call centres operated by Stellar in Australia to 9, and globally to 18, firmly cementing their position as a market leader in the Australian call centre outsourcing market. The 265-seat call centre provides a significant boost to employment in the local area, and applications for employment can be made through

The new call centre provides additional capacity to support Stellar’s continued domestic growth delivering world-class call centre services to their Australian clients. The centre complements Stellar’s existing Queensland-based call centres in Brisbane and Robina, and will initially house work for a leading Australian Internet Service Provider.

Stellar operates eight other Australian-based call centres in Victoria (Richmond and Box Hill), South Australia (Adelaide), Western Australia (Perth), New South Wales (Hornsby and Wollongong) and Queensland (Brisbane and Robina), in addition to their head offices in Sydney and Melbourne.

Founded in Australia in 1998, Stellar Asia Pacific has grown from a start-up company to become a market leader in the Australian call centre outsourcing market with nine domestic call centres employing over 3,200 staff. The company has also expanded internationally, with call centre facilities in the Philippines, the United Kingdom and North America. The new centre in Queensland brings their total number of call centres across the globe to 18.

Stellar offers call centre and business process outsourcing solutions and partners with many high-profile clients such as Telstra, Simply Energy, Sony Computer Entertainment and Hutchison. In addition to call centre outsourcing, Stellar offers a range of business process outsourcing services, such as outsourced accounts payable processing services.

About Stellar
Stellar is a leading global call centre and business process outsourcing provider, with over 6,000 employees across 18 outsourcing centres in Australia, UK, USA, Canada and the Philippines. Stellar’s innovative outsourcing solutions help clients reduce operating costs, improve quality levels and increase revenue and profitability. The company serves a range of clients in the telecommunications, utilities, transport, finance, government and manufacturing industries. In addition to call centre outsourcing, Stellar specialises in document management, workflow automation technology and process outsourcing solutions. For more information, visit

For further information please contact:
Luke Faulkner
Marketing Manager, Stellar
Tel: +61 3 8416 4019
Email: [email protected]

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