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Maccas to deliver

14 Aug 2014

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McDonald’s will soon deliver directly to Southbank doorsteps.

McDonald’s South Melbourne outlet will be the first in Victoria to trial a new home delivery service from August 27.

The trial will initially hire four extra workers, who will deliver within an approximate 2.5km radius to Southbank, South Melbourne, Port Melbourne, South Wharf, Docklands and the CBD.

McDonald’s will look to extend the service to other Victorian outlets, once the trials have been completed.

A spokesperson for McDonald’s said plans to trial the service had been in the pipeline now for some time, having already piloted the program in parts of New South Wales.

“Australians have enjoyed the convenience of restaurant home delivery for decades and our customers have told us they like the idea of Maccas delivery.”

“We’re currently trialing it in Sydney in three restaurants and will extend that to another four restaurants by the end of the month.”

Customers will have to place a minimum $25 order through the Menulog website as well as $4.95 delivery fee, with food delivered in special new heat-bags.  

The service will operate Sunday to Thursday from 5pm to 11pm, and Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 10am the next morning.

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