Oporto Franchise Australia

Established in 1986, Oporto currently has over 140 stores across Australia, New Zealand and UK and the business is preparing for further local and international expansion.

Oporto has developed into a strong player within the quick service restaurant market over the past 2 decades and this growth is set to continue. Opening an average of 15 stores a year has ensured Oporto is one of the few companies to have featured in the BRW Fast Franchise edition for the past 6 years running.

Oporto has come a long way from the days of its first store in the Sydney beachside suburb of Bondi, but have never forgotten our heritage of high quality, great tasting, authentic fresh-grilled chicken and burgers and our unique Australian culture.

We specialise in fresh-grilled chicken and burgers with the unique and authentic Oporto flavour. And have done so over 25 successful years. That’s why if you are looking to buy a franchise, Oporto is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.

  • Over 140 stores across Australia, New Zealand and USA, opening an average of 15 stores pa;
  • Mora than 15 million customers served every year;
  • Opportunities available in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and many regional locations;
  • Investment levels to suit a range of budgets, with food court, street front and drive-thru formats; (ranging from 450K to 800K)
  • We offer franchisees the highest level of support in all areas of the business;
  • Listed in BRW’s Top 50 fast Growing Franchises issue for the past 9 years.

Oporto milestones

  • 1986 Oporto’s first store opened in North Bondi
  • 1995 The first Oporto franchise launched
  • 2001 20th Oporto franchise opened
  • 2002 Oporto expands into Queensland and Victoria
  • 2002 Oporto expands to New Zealand
  • 2003 Oporto celebrated the opening of its 50th store
  • 2005 Oporto named the “Fastest growing food franchise” by BRW
  • 2005 Oporto opens its first store in South Australia
  • 2006 Opens its first drive thru store
  • 2008 Oporto opens its 100th franchise store
  • 2008 Oporto launches its new branding strategy and advertises on TV for the first time
  • 2008 Oporto opens franchise store in London

Buying an Oporto franchise

Oporto stores can either be located in shopping centres, busy shopping strip locations or stand alone drive thru sites. The average turnkey cost of setting up an Oporto store ranges from $450,000 – $700,000 inclusive of the $50,000< franchise fee.

Oporto offers franchisees the opportunity to become multi-store owners. The ability to own more than one franchise depends largely on the ambition, dedication and cooperation. The Oporto Office Support team’s single focus is to provide training, development and ongoing support to the franchisees so they can achieve their goals.

Looking to take control of your future?

Oporto – Australia’s home of authentic fresh-grilled chicken and burgers, is taking Expressions of Interest to franchise their company run store on the iconic Cavill Avenue, in the Gold Coast.
This high volume store, in one of Australia’s great locations, has a long lease and offers a great opportunity to become involved in the exciting and growing fast food industry.

Successful applicants will be offered an extensive 10 week training program in Sydney and be provided with the highest level of support.

To find out more about buying a new Oporto franchise opportunity please fill in the form.

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