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McDonald’s Australia plans to do bigger and better things!

McDonald’s Australia plans to invest more than $130 million to open 19 new restaurants and renovate existing stores.
The fast food giant has already opened eight new stores in NSW, Queensland, and Tasmania this year and will open a further 11 across the country before the end of the year.
In addition to opening new stores, the company also announced that it will renovate more than 80 existing stores, including improving the design, efficiency, and functionality of drive-thrus, delivery areas, and dining rooms to provide a better customer experience. McDonald’s Australia support manager
David Howse said the company was focusing on opening new stores in residential growth areas close to transportation and infrastructure in both metro and regional areas.

“Most of the new restaurants will have McCafe, digital ordering kiosks, two-way drive-thru kiosks, and McDelivery partner spaces, allowing customers to continue to enjoy Macca when and how they want,” said Howse.
He added that the company is also working to reduce its environmental footprint in new restaurants by using LED lighting, solar panels, hot water systems, and recycled materials for bike racks and dining room tiles.
“The restaurants that have opened so far have been very well received by the local community, which makes us excited about our plans to continue investing across the country,” Howse noted.

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