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A young Canadian named Bob Lapointe started the fast food revolution in Australia in 1968 when he opened the first KFC (formerly Kentucky Fried Chicken) restaurant at Guildford in Sydney's western suburbs.

The first KFC restaurant was built on this site and opened on 27th April 1968, with a staff of 25.

KFC now has more than 600 stores in Australia and New Zealand, which are company owned or franchised.

There are over 12,000 employees working on a permanent and casual basis at KFC in Australia and 3,200 in New Zealand.

KFC - Shepparton I

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Latitude -36.3855° S 36.3855° S 36° 23' 7.8" -36° 23.13'
Longitude 145.399° E 145.399° E 145° 23' 56.4" 145° 23.94'
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465 Wyndham Street
Shepparton
Victoria
3630
Australia
Phone No.
03 5821 4638
If calling from outside Australia: +61 3 5821 4638

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