Donut King Franchise
Donut King franchise is Australia’s largest specialty donut and coffee chain, serving millions of donuts every year.
Donut King is truly an icon in the retail food market, attracting customers from all ages and walks of life and delighting them with a fun experience and delicious treats and beverages.
Donut King offers its customers both young and young at heart a range of mouth-watering donuts (cake and yeast), espresso coffee, hot and cold beverages, signature Quakeshakes, soft serve ice cream and hot dogs – not to mention hot cinnamon donuts cooked to order.
Since opening our first store in 1981, Donut King is considered Australia’s leading donut brand, with 300 stores throughout Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea.
And we’re still growing. We will launch shortly in Iran, Myanmar, Sweden and with our recent appointment of a UK master franchisor, we will soon be in all major towns and cities across the UK too!
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