McDonald's eyes 100 more restaurants over next three years as part of $600m investment plan

A majority of new restaurants will include a drive-thru, McDelivery and digital ordering.

McDonald’s revealed it is looking to open 100 new restaurants across Australia as part of a $600 million investment over the next three years.

The fast food giant, which currently has 1,007 restaurants and employs over 106,000 people in the country, is targeting to open a total of 27 outlets in QLD, NSW, VIC, SA and WA this year, expecting the move to create around 2,700 new jobs.

Over $42 million will also be spent in “reinvesting” into their current restaurants, intended to enhance customer experience across their drive-thrus, in-store dining, McCafe and delivery.

McDonald’s said its property strategy is focused on expanding drive-thru and targeting suburban and metro locations.

A majority of new restaurants will include a drive-thru, McDelivery and digital ordering in order to offer a contactless and convenient experience, it added.

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Hundreds of executives in and out of the country also joined the whole-day virtual conference.
This is done in partnership with retail property group Vicinity Centres.
The move is expected to complement the company’s long-term plan in the region.
The chain is giving them away on their official Instagram account from October 12 to 22.
Customers who order four medium-sized coffees will get another one for free.
It is also looking ahead to introduce the range into schools, local gyms, hospitals and other venues.
Ezikitchen is currently accepting new applications from brands to join the venue.
It can measure pedestrian traffic, profile customer movement, and more. 
The chain is initially slated to open 20 outlets in the country and New Zealand.
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