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To celebrate International Burger Day, one happy citizen-lover is taken in the characteristic combination of Betty to Noosa, the coastal town of Betty's Burgers, where the restaurant inspired by the 1950s is located

The burger joint that started in Noosa that EVERYONE is talking about in Sydney: The Rise of Betty & # 39; s – as it celebrates International Citizen Day

  • Betty & # 39; s Burgers is giving away a holiday to celebrate International Burger Day
  • A happy hamburger lover will be flown to Noosa – the birthplace of Betty's Burgers
  • Orders must be on Deliveroo by the end of Tuesday to be in the running
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The burger joint on everyone's lips quickly wins hundreds of thousands of Australians.

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After less than five years in business, Betty & # 39; s is well on its way to becoming an Aussie favorite for their authentic, juicy hamburgers.

Betty & # 39; s has been described as a classic hamburger shack and now has stores in more than 10 locations in Queensland, four stores in Sydney and four in Victoria and South Australia.

To celebrate International Burger Day, one happy citizen-lover is taken in the characteristic combination of Betty to Noosa, the coastal town of Betty's Burgers, where the restaurant inspired by the 1950s is located

To celebrate International Burger Day, one happy citizen-lover is taken in the characteristic combination of Betty to Noosa, the coastal town of Betty's Burgers, where the restaurant inspired by the 1950s is located

Betty's founder, David Hales, told Daily Mail Australia that Sydney was a difficult market to crack, but the risk paid off.

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& # 39; We know that the Sydney burger market is competitive, but we also know that Betty & # 39; s Burgers have the freshest and tastiest burgers on offer and that is what really sets us apart from the rest. & # 39;

& # 39; Our entire menu, although simple, has taken the team an extensive period of time to create and source what we believe are the best burgers in Australia. & # 39;

After less than five years in business, Betty & # 39; s is well on its way to becoming an Aussie favorite for their authentic, juicy hamburgers. Pictured: the setup for one of Betty & # 39; s Queensland cafés

After less than five years in business, Betty & # 39; s is well on its way to becoming an Aussie favorite for their authentic, juicy hamburgers. Pictured: the setup for one of Betty & # 39; s Queensland cafés

After less than five years in business, Betty & # 39; s is well on its way to becoming an Aussie favorite for their authentic, juicy hamburgers. Pictured: the setup for one of Betty & # 39; s Queensland cafés

To celebrate International Citizens' Day on Tuesday, Betty & # 39; s Burgers and delivery app Deliveroo have given away a tropical vacation.

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A happy citizen-lover is taken to Noosa, the coastal town of Betty & # 39; s Burgers, where the 1950-inspired restaurant was founded in 2014.

Customers have until the end of the day to place an order with Betty & # 39; s Citizens on the Deliveroo app to get started.

The lucky winner of Deliveroo and Betty & # 39; s Burgers & # 39; s competition is brought to the airport in a characteristic beach Kombi bus with driver, before arriving in sunny Noosa.

Deliveroo spokesperson Joe Satari said with winter just around the corner, it's a good time for people to spoil themselves with comfort meals.

& # 39; As the cold weather collapses, we believe that this is the perfect time to expand our delivery services.

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& # 39; We traditionally deliver food, but this time we want to give you a full experience with Betty & # 39; s Citizens who take you to their home from Noosa, QLD, & # 39; he told Daily Mail Australia.

Described as a classic hamburger shack, Betty & # 39; s has now set up its store in more than 10 locations in Queensland, four stores in Sydney, four in Victoria and South Australia and is fast becoming an Aussie hamburger favorite

Described as a classic hamburger shack, Betty & # 39; s has now set up its store in more than 10 locations in Queensland, four stores in Sydney, four in Victoria and South Australia and is fast becoming an Aussie hamburger favorite

Described as a classic hamburger shack, Betty & # 39; s has now set up its store in more than 10 locations in Queensland, four stores in Sydney, four in Victoria and South Australia and is fast becoming an Aussie hamburger favorite

But even those who don't come to Noosa are still winners.

More than 100 selected hamburger-loving stores offer customers a 30 percent discount on International Burger Day on the Deliveroo app.

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And it contains everyone's favorites, from Ogalo, Royal Stacks, Johnny Bird and more.

Where to get cheap citizens on International Burger Day

McDonald's: the golden arches give away 250,000 quarter-pounds to the mymaccas app

Surly & # 39; s: the Surry Hills restaurant today halves the price of hamburgers

The Burger Project: shops in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne are giving away 500 free burgers

Royal Stacks: the burger joint in Melbourne takes 30% off Deliveroo orders

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Chur Burger: the burger cafe in Sydney and Brisbane takes five dollars from the original burgers all day

And while there is no vacation to grab, McDonald's also gets the spirit of International Burger Day.

The golden arches give away hundreds of thousands of citizens to free to large customers.

The fast-food giant's restaurants have descended into chaos across the country today, chasing away 250,000 quarters of a million pounds.

Punters can devour the hotter, juicier and tastier Quarter Pounders by logging in to the app from mymacca.

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Fried chicken favorite KFC also jumped on the bandwagon and announced two-for-one burgers.

Customers can buy one Original Recipe KFC Burger and get another one for free, only in the KFC app.

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