Aldi is anything but a standard Australian supermarket. In fact, when Aldi launched in Australia in 2001 with a single store, their supermarket layout and checkout was unique to the Aussie market in of Groceries.
Since that single store, Aldi now boasts over 500 stores across NSW, ACT, SA, QLD, VIC and WA, now claiming their place as one of Australia’s top 10 retailers including stores in cities and towns such as Port Macquarie, Menai, Belconnen, Casey, Conder and Gungahlin.
From Facebook groups packed full of Aldi bargain hunters waiting for each new Aldi catalogue to launch, to early morning lines of shoppers waiting outside stores so they don’t miss out on exciting Aldi Special Buys, Aldi fever is definitely now a part of Australian culture.
Australians love that Aldi’s competitive pricing, focus on using and selling Australian products as well as refined stock handling and staffing methods have all been a part of creating a more competitive supermarket and grocery industry against similar shops including Cellarbrations, Coles, Costco, First Choice, IGA, BWS, Liquorland, Foodland, Woolworths and Dan Murphy's.
Backed by brand strength of over 10000 stores worldwide, Aldi is set to remain a favourite with Australian shoppers. You can find out more about Aldi at their official website here: aldi.com.au or check out the latest Aldi catalogue November 2023.