Australian Opportunities

Australian Opportunities

We are currently seeking franchisees for these existing stores and new developments.

We are currently looking to expand into these areas. Get in touch if you are interested or own property in these areas.

Have a location in mind?

If you’re a property owner or are interested in opening an Oporto in a particular area, get in contact with our team today

What Does An Oporto Franchisee Look Like?

We’re on the hunt for the most authentic, ambitious and dynamic people we can find. You'll need to enjoy and be passionate about food - from making it, to the company of people eating it. Meet some of our Australian franchisees below.

Ken Askoy

Franchisee since 2006

Gaurav Vashist

Franchisee since 2013

Cally Martin

Franchisee since 2012

Meet the locals

Sharing the Portuguese obsession

Ken Askoy

Franchisee since 2006

Gaurav Vashist

Franchisee since 2013

Cally Martin

Franchisee since 2012

Meet the locals

Sharing the Portuguese obsession

Store Types

Oporto is in a period of great growth, there are currently opportunities to purchase new builds including shop fronts or drive thru restaurants. With the introduction of small ‘Pequeño’ shop fronts paired with a delivery service, Oporto pricing structures have never been so competitive.

Drive Thru
Approx Fitout Cost $600,000 - $900,000
1 opportunity currently available
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‘Pequeno’ Shop Front
Approx Fitout Cost $350,000 - $400,000
2 opportunities currently available
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Food Court
Approx Fitout Cost $450,000 - $700,000
2 opportunities currently available
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Did you know it can take as little as 3 months to get an Oporto restaurant up and running? Find out everything you need to know about becoming an Oporto Franchisee.

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From a young Portuguese migrant arriving on Aussie shores, to the owner of a $200 million franchise, Antonio Cerqueira is the embodiment of a migrant success story.
Akanksha Taneja was 14 years and 9 months when she started working at Oporto Penrith as a casual server. By 20, she was the store manager. A year later, she was the store owner.  Today at 22, Akanksha has several employees, including her mother Meenakshi, who is happy to help out with her daughter’s entrepreneurial career path...

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