What is Burger King known as in Australia?

Here is the question :


Here is the option for the question :

  • Royal Table
  • Outback Burger
  • Burger Castle
  • Hungry Jack’s

The Answer:

And, the answer for the the question is :

Hungry Jack’s


[STC00852] If you’re traveling to Australia and find yourself craving a Whopper while you’re there, you shouldn’t be disheartened if you can’t locate a Burger King anywhere. However, when Burger King expanded to Australia in the 1970s, the company quickly discovered that there was already a burger chain in Australia with the same name. Despite the fact that the fast food restaurant has over 17,000 locations around the world, Burger King was forced to change its name in Australia. So the first local franchisee, Jack Cowin, decided to name the restaurant after himself and gave it the moniker “Hungry Jack’s.” The only difference between this eatery and Burger King was the name of the chain. At the 1990s, Burger King’s local trademark was let to lapse, and during this time, the corporate arm of Burger King based in the United States attempted to enter the Australian market under the company’s original name. However, as a result of the two identical brands ending up in conflict with one another, Hungry Jack’s decided to sue Burger King. In 2001, Hungry Jack’s was awarded the naming rights for the entirety of Australia, which explains why there is no longer a Burger King in the country.