Aldi’s Busselton store is due to open its doors at 8.30am on Wednesday, November 8 and is promising customers high-quality products at low prices.
The store sells grocery products, special buys, fresh fruit, vegetables and bread which is delivered daily.
Aldi WA managing director Anna McGrath said the supermarket offered a customer experience that was not like any other in Australia.
Ms MGrath said the supermarket’s differences allowed them to bring unbeatable value to their customers every day.
“We’re excited to be opening our new store in Busselton and look forward to showing residents the difference Aldi can make to their wallets and lifestyles,” she said.
To celebrate the opening of the Busselton store, Aldi will have a number of special buys on offer, which will not be available collectively in any other store.
Ms McGrath said the special buys had become incredibly popular with Australian shoppers and were just one way Aldi distinguished itself from other supermarkets.
They appear in store every Wednesday and Saturday, and customers are given a preview of the products one week before they are in store via a catalogue, e-newsletter, app and website.
The Busselton store will be employ 15 to 20 permanent full and part time employees.
It will be located at 80 West Street, West Busselton.
Opening hours will be 8.30am to 7pm Monday to Wednesday, with extended trading until 9pm on Thursdays.
Friday hours will be 8.30am to 7pm.
Weekend hours will be 8.30am to 6pm Saturday and 10am to 6pm Sunday.