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DoorDash officially launches in Sydney

The delivery platform extends its pick-up option and “30 or $30” promotion to its new base.

Following a series of reports on its arrival, DoorDash has officially launched in Sydney.

The US-headquartered delivery platform celebrated the launch by giving away free Bondi Burgers from Oporto, offering free delivery to customers across the greater Sydney area.

“Sydney distinguished itself as a city where we would be thrilled to add value given its incredible dining scene across a vast and diverse landscape,” DoorDash Australia general manager Thomas Stephens explained in a statement.

Since launching its services in Melbourne last September, the delivery platform now offers its services to over 40% of Australian customers.

The delivery platform has also extended its “pick-up” option to its new base.

Doordash has partnered with more than 2,000 Australian brands, including Fishbowl, Grill’d, Oporto, Ogalo, Hurricane's Grill and Burgers Anonymous.

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