Aldi rival Kaufland has been given the green light for two more stores in Melbourne, bringing its Victorian store count to a whopping 14, though none have opened yet.
The German giant has already purchased three sites for new stores in Queensland, and a number of blocks of land in South Australia.
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And now we know what the inside of the giant supermarkets, which will each be around 20,000 square metres, will look like.
To put that size into perspective, a typical Bunnings is around 15,000 square metres, while a regular Woolies or Coles is around 4,500 square metres.
The new stores aren’t expected to open for another two to three years.
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