McDonald's Australia

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McDonald's Australia
McDonald's Golden Arches.svg
GenreFast food
Founded 📆30 December 1971 (first restaurant)[1]
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️,
Number of locations
~990 (as of 2020)
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Andrew Gregory (CEO)[2]
Products 📟 
  • Hamburgers
  • chicken
  • french fries
  • soft drinks
  • milkshakes
  • desserts
  • pies
  • coffee
  • breakfast
Number of employees
ParentMcDonald's Corporation
📇 Address
📞 telephone

McDonald's Australia is the Australian subsidiary of the international fast food restaurant chain McDonald's. Its first location opened in 1971 in Yagoona, New South Wales, Australia. McDonald's Australia currently has over 990 restaurants operating nationwide, serving over a million people a day.

McDonald's Australia is the birthplace of McCafé. The concept was born in 1993 by Melbourne licensee Ann Brown as a result of the strong coffee culture in the Victorian capital. The concept has since expanded across the McDonald's global system, and can be found in most Australian locations.

McDonald's Australia operations are based in Thornleigh, New South Wales.

See also[edit]

  • McDonald's
  • McDonald's New Zealand
  • McCafé
  • List of hamburger restaurants
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities

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