Australian Fast Food & QSR Retail Openings and Closures Report

GapMaps Australia releases a Retail Network Report monthly for Fast Food and QSR stores. We currently follow and report on the openings and closures of 29 major QSR and Fast Food Brands, including Dominos, Hungry Jacks, Oporto, McDonald’s, Roll’d, Sushi Hub and KFC. However, we’re always happy to take suggestions for other brands to follow. Our reports are built to keep you informed on Australia’s changing competitive landscape of the QSR and Fast Food industry.

Click below to download our latest release,  reporting on 6849 store locations with 327 openings and 131 closures.

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Who are we?  

We are GapMaps, a global location intelligence company operating out of Australia. We empower businesses to make the best decisions for retail stores by providing comprehensive and up-to-date location data and consumer analytics.

Our GapMaps Live cloud software allows businesses to visualise data on a live map. It is self-serve yet fully supported. Providing the ability to export multiple data sources into catchment reports that focus on specific locations.

True blue SaaS

A global brand with an Aussie heart – at GapMaps we’ve been committed to helping our clients with their site selection planning since 2013. We work to enhance our client’s growth and investment decisions by delivering accurate and comprehensive location data intelligence and software. Over 500 brands across 23 countries trust us because of our results. And our results stem from our team of experts, our unique granular data and our location insights.

GapMaps Live is preloaded with specific industry data, POI data and can be used easily to make faster, surer and more confident location decisions.

What is GapMaps Live’s retail site evaluation solution?

GapMaps Live is a site selection software accessed via a cloud-based live map. View the fastest and most comprehensive location intel available integrated with your business’s data.

GapMaps Live represents the next generation of retail site selection software.

Our GapMaps Live platform was built to solve our founders’ own site selection problems. Our technology is built by the people who need it. Our GIS solution is an easy-to-navigate and robust platform powered by regularly updated data sets and in-house location intelligence experts. Our data team curates, checks and updates data sets via multiple sources. We then translate the data into an easy-to-digest and understandable format. We enable your team to answer critical location questions quickly and with ease.

Deep sector expertise

Our treasure trove of data and insights provides market and catchment metrics that are unique to the GapMaps Live platform.

GapMaps GIS solution has a deep understanding of core sectors, including:

  • Childcare / Long Day Care
  • Cafe
  • Fast Food and QSR ( Quick Service Restaurants).
  • Health & Fitness
  • Retail
  • Commercial Property Development
  • Residential Aged Care
  • Auto Tyres & Servicing
  • Fuel
  • Medical Services

What are GapMaps Live features?

  • Make it yours – add your data to refine market planning opportunities.
  • See it your way- Style your own catchments – via radius, drive time, walk time or freeform.
  • Go macro or go micro – Scale your sales & Territories to suit your business. Detailed or top-level reports on catchments.
  • Go with the flow- Understand human & traffic movement patterns across your network.
  • Remove the guesswork – Discover industry-leading, supply-and-demand insights.
  • Know your surroundings – Understand your competitive landscape with access to points of interest data.

What integrated live datasets does GapMaps Live offer?

  • Demographic information, including the 2021 ABS Census
  • Population forecasts
  • Household expenditure insights
  • Over 50 categories of Points of Interest (POI) data
  • Development approvals data
  • Traffic data integration
  • Sector-specific supply and demand data

Posted by Maryanne Evans