Kaufland the German supermarket chain will open one of its first Australian stores in the Garden City.

The Chronicle reports that the company submitted a development application to Toowoomba Regional Council last week.

The proposed site for the Hypermarket has been slated as 353-359 Anzac Avenue, on the corner of Anzac Avenue and Carrel Drive at Harristown next to Bunnings Warehouse.

Kaufland is a subsidiary of the Schwarz Group, the world’s fourth-largest retailer and plans to open its first Australian store in 2021, with around a 12 locations planned around the country – the company call their stores Hypermarkets.

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