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Cinnabon first Australian store at Toombul Shopping Centre in Brisbane cinnamon scrolls

A look inside the first ever Australian Cinnabon store – complete with its world famous cinnamon scrolls and signature frappes

  • World-famous bakery chain Cinnabon has rolled out its first Australia store 
  • Diners can now get a taste of the famed sticky, cinnamon scrolls in Brisbane 
  • The US brand is famously known for creating the ‘world’s greatest cinnamon roll

World-famous bakery chain Cinnabon has rolled out its first ever store in Australia.

Diners can now get a taste of the famed sticky, cinnamon scrolls drenched in glaze at the Toombul Shopping Centre in Brisbane’s north.

The popular US brand has earned its title for creating the ‘world’s greatest cinnamon roll’ – as it prides itself on producing the classic treat in-store every 30 minutes.

And the freshly baked dough with waves of frosting have proved to be a huge hit Down Under, with queues stretching out the door every day since opening in December last year.

World-famous bakery chain Cinnabon has rolled out its first ever store in Australia

World-famous bakery chain Cinnabon has rolled out its first ever store in Australia

Diners can now get a taste of the famed sticky, cinnamon scrolls drenched in glaze at the Toombul Shopping Centre in Brisbane's north

Diners can now get a taste of the famed sticky, cinnamon scrolls drenched in glaze at the Toombul Shopping Centre in Brisbane’s north

The popular US brand has earned its title for creating the 'world's greatest cinnamon roll' - as it prides itself on producing the classic treat in-store every 30 minutes

The popular US brand has earned its title for creating the ‘world’s greatest cinnamon roll’ – as it prides itself on producing the classic treat in-store every 30 minutes

Customers can now enjoy global favourites such as the classic cinnamon rolls, Caramel PecanBon, and the 'Center of the Roll'

Customers can now enjoy global favourites such as the classic cinnamon rolls, Caramel PecanBon, and the ‘Center of the Roll’

Customers can now enjoy global favourites such as the classic cinnamon rolls, Caramel PecanBon, and the ‘Center of the Roll’.

The treats are available in mini and large sizes, along with ‘Cinnapacks’ to feed crowds of four, six, nine or 15 Minibon rolls – each available in traditional Classic Cinnamon Roll or Caramel Pecanbon.

And besides the baked goods, diners can also order the signature frappes, including the Chillattas, which is available in four flavours – cinnamon roll, strawberries & cream, Oreo cookies and cream and double chocolate mocha.

A second store is set to open in Mt Gravatt in Brisbane’s south-east on February 6.

The chain is looking to expand around the country, including in Melbourne and Sydney – but timings and locations are yet to be revealed.

The brand is famously known for producing its cinnamon rolls in store every 30 minutes

The brand is famously known for producing its cinnamon rolls in store every 30 minutes

The freshly baked dough with waves of frosting have proved to be a huge hit Down Under

The freshly baked dough with waves of frosting have proved to be a huge hit Down Under

Queues have been stretching out the door every day since opening in December last year

Queues have been stretching out the door every day since opening in December last year

The opening of the first store comes after family-run Queensland company Bansal Foods score the Australian rights to Cinnamon in early January 2019.

‘Cinnabon is in demand in every state, and we have every intention of having a presence around Australia,’ franchise owner Gaurav Bansal told Daily Mail Australia last month.

‘We’ve been overwhelmed with enquiries from potential franchisees and lessors in every state so we will get there. 

‘We just want to first get Queensland up and running seamlessly.’ 

While the country is filled with cafes at every corner, he said the things Cinnabon offers sets it apart from just about every other store on the Australian market.

‘We have a lot of muffin brands and doughnut brands in Australia, but there’s nothing like a QSR (Quick Service Restaurant) bakery product that produces hot scrolls every 30 minutes,’ Mr Bansal said. 



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