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In 1971, we opened our first restaurant in a Sydney suburb called Yagoona. Today there are over 780 McDonald's across Australia, with around 85,000 people employed in our restaurants and management offices.

With more than one million people coming through our restaurants every day, it's their trust in our integrity that keeps them coming back. We earn that trust by respecting our customers and employees, and delivering outstanding quality, service, cleanliness and value (QSC&V).

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McDonalds - Cranbourne Vic

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Latitude -38.0993° S 38.0993° S 38° 5' 57.48" -38° 5.958'
Longitude 145.281° E 145.281° E 145° 16' 51.6" 145° 16.86'
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Cnr. South Gippsland Highway & Camms Road
Cranbourne
Victoria
Australia
Phone No.
03 5996 8401
If calling from outside Australia: +61 3 5996 8401

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