McDonald’s to open doors to Karalee Shopping Village Restaurant

McDonald’s has completed construction and fit out of its new restaurant at Karalee, and has confirmed it will open its doors within the next two weeks. 

The restaurant will include a dual lane drive-thru, a PlayPlace for the kids and a McCafé, serving quality, barista made coffee. 

The interior design will be modern and comfortable, providing customers with the best possible dining experience, and will include free Wi-Fi, digital kiosks and mobile ordering capabilities.

The restaurant has also created around 80 full and part time jobs for locals.

Darren Henry, Queensland Head of Property for McDonald’s Australia, said “We’re really excited to bring the latest McDonald’s restaurant to Karalee, continuing our investment into Queensland, and providing the local community with employment opportunities and sponsorships.

“This is our first restaurant in Ipswich north of the Warrego Highway and will be a convenient stop for commuters and locals alike, who can take advantage of the dual lane drive-thru and other great features.”

McDonald’s is the latest addition to Karalee Shopping Village, which has recently undergone an $80 million expansion, doubling the floor space of the centre and bringing a string of new stores, including a full-line Coles.

Consolidated Properties Group Head of Retail, Kieran Cox, said McDonald’s is a great addition to the Karalee Shopping Village.

“We’re delighted to be welcoming McDonald’s into the Shopping Village as it means more choice and more jobs for locals,” he said. 

Limited tenancies remain available in stage two of Karalee Shopping Village, ranging from 57sqm to 190sqm.