News Corp Australia can reveal that LaverTON, the Australian outback takeaway chain, is considering a bid to be a part of Queensland’s Government.
Key points:LaverTON has been in negotiations with Queensland’s Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and the Queensland Government since MarchThe company has a presence in South Australia, Victoria, South Australia and QueenslandLaverton would like to work with the Department of Environment, Heritage and Parks and the State Government in the stateThe decision to enter into talks with LaverTalks with the department are still ongoing, and Laver has yet to formally respond to their queries.
However, the company has been working on an in-depth feasibility study for a long time.
We’re working with the Queensland Department of Food, Forestry and Fisheries, who have been working with us to explore a potential participation in the Queensland government,” Laver said.”
The Government is working hard on a range of other priorities, so I think it’s good to see Laver in a position to make some significant announcements.
“I think they’re going to be very keen to hear what we have to say, and we’ll see what they do.”
The company operates four restaurants in Queensland, as well as a further four in New South Wales, with another five in Victoria.
The group also operates a number of other outlets across the country, including a number in South America and Chile.
The company is currently looking at the possibility of operating a third outlet in Australia.
The Queensland Government has not responded to a request for comment on the matter.
LaverON operates a range in the South Australian and Victoria markets.
The outlet also has a portfolio of restaurants in South Africa, the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy.
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