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Fast Food franchises in Australia

Showing 1-5 of 5 Fast Food franchises

Lone Star Rib House

Lone Star Rib House

If you're looking for the fastest growing food category in Australia and a proven business model, then this is the franchise for you. Min. Investment: $250,000
Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken is searching for franchise owners to successfully launch and grow its franchise network across Australia.
Royal Stacks

Royal Stacks

Join a kingdom that offers an exceptional dining experience to the masses. Min. Investment: $350,000


With a recipe for success, DannyBoys are growing their franchise network in Australia. Min. Investment: $300,000
The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop brings fast fresh Greek cuisine to the streets serving authentic and delicious Greek favourites. Min. Investment: $300,000

Franchise Spotlight: Fast Food

Nowhere has the franchising model been used more widely and effectively than the fast food sector.

Like most countries, Australia has an enormous fast-food sector that has achieved an impressive industry growth rate over several decades.

The $17bn industry has, admittedly, taken a hit during the coronavirus crisis, with revenues projected by market research firm IBISWorld to decline by 16.1% across 2019-20.

However, many operators were comparatively well insulated, with, for instance, McDonald’s already having a drive-thru option and Domino’s Pizza exclusively delivering to customers even before the pandemic hit.

Typically offering low prices compared to many other dine-in or takeaway options, fast food is also a recession-resilient culinary category.

Fast food industry analysis

The fast-food industry has embraced the franchising business model more than most sectors. Powered partly with capital raised by franchisees, the expansion of world-famous chains has been rapid without compromising quality or consistent customer experience. Having highly motivated business owners and a framework for assuring adherence to a winning formula have arguably been key to this success.

This business model has created an accurate perception that fast-food chains uphold consistently high standards in cleanliness, food hygiene, service speed and the food itself.

Leading chains in Australia, as elsewhere globally, are mostly either 100% franchised or have a substantial number of franchisees, including Mcdonald’s, Domino’s, KFC, Subway, Hungry Jack’s, Red Rooster and Nando’s.

The brand name recognition and high success rates these and even less well-known brands offer means there is no shortage of high-quality candidates jostling to become franchisees.

However, would-be franchisees must be willing to work long hours and weekends, have business acumen and strong interpersonal and managerial skills, and be able to follow a tried-and-tested formula in a fast-paced environment.

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