Burger King Australia has opened its first fast food restaurants in the state of New South Wales.
The company, which has more than 1,000 locations in Australia, has been testing its concept of a Heart Healthy Food store, which will offer the food to customers at low cost.
The concept is inspired by the fast food chains in Australia where the menu is always the same but the food is made to order.
The concept will allow customers to choose from a menu of burgers, burgers and fries.
The Burger King Australian headquarters are in Melbourne, and the company plans to open more locations in other cities in the next few months.
The store is expected to open by the end of this year.
“We’re really excited to launch this new store and welcome the community into the new Burger King location,” Burger King spokesman Tom Smith said in a statement.
Burger King’s opening is a first for New South Australia, with only one other fast food chain, Pizza Hut, opening in the country.
More: Burger King opened its Sydney branch in March, and has since opened four more in Melbourne.