Join Australia's largest franchise business at Sushi Sushi Wendouree, VIC

28 days ago

Wendouree 3355 > Regional Victoria > Victoria

Investment level:
$300,000 - $400,000

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Food & Drink > Takeaway & Casual Dining > Sushi

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Sushi Sushi is Australia’s largest sushi franchise business. With over 120 locations across Australia, it’s no wonder Australian’s are so in love with their Sushi Sushi.


10% of gross

Location Details

540 Derrimut Road, Tarneit, Victoria 3029
Considered a ‘community hub’ with close proximity to schools and accessibility Stocklands Wendouree is your typical convenient and local shopping centre.

Marketing support

• National TV Campaigns
• Seasonal Specials
• Menu Launches
• Periodical retail specials

Training provided

• 4 - 6 weeks full training
• Full Support Office behind you


• Great attitude
• Passion for great tasting fresh food
• Ability for extraordinary customer service

Length of Agreement

5 years

About the Opportunity


Currently undergoing major refurbishment and development works, upon completion there will be 100 specialty stores and will be the largest enclosed shopping centre in Ballarat. There is no doubt, this is the ideal location for our next Sushi Sushi franchise.

The Sushi Sushi Stockland Wendouree store will be located in a very prominent and highly visible kiosk location immediately out the front of Woolworths with foot traffic coming from the main entrance being the busy Norman street entrance.

Regional population numbers are exploding in Victoria with new residential developments and business areas proposed for Ballarat.

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Born out of an idea to bring sushi out of expensive restaurants and into the hands of everyone, in 1998 Sushi Sushi - Box Hill was opened – the very first retail sushi outlet in Victoria.
Our CEO Anna Kasman was one of the founders. She recalls in the 90’s most Australians still ate sandwiches or fast food for lunch – however there was an emerging appetite for something quick, fresh, healthy, convenient and affordable.

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