Top Ten Best Australian Supermarkets


The Top Ten

1 Coles

They don't just sell food, they also sell home supplies, toys and stationary! - JayJayPlane

Things that I bought from Coles were cheap as hell

Coles sucks!

Coles is my favourite supermarket and it's older and cheaper than Woolworths, its rival. Also, the motto 'A little better every day' really suits the place and the 'Down, Down, Prices are Down' song is really cool. There are many stores incorporated with Coles, like K-Mart (a department store), Bi-Lo (a supermarket), Coles Express (a convenience store at 619 Shell petrol stations in Australia), Target (a department store), Myer (a department store), Liquorland (a bottle shop), Vintage Cellars (a bottle shop), 1st Choice Liquor Superstore (a bottle shop), Officeworks (an office supply store) and Red Rooster (a franchise restaurant). Also, an employee at the Coles at the Manuka Plaza said they'd lowered the prices as far as they can. - JayJayPlane

2 Woolworths

The whole environment of this supermarket makes me feel comfortable and happy. The main colour of the retail store is green and it reminds me feel fresh and environmental. I really enjoy shopping there every time.

Woolies is the best. It's better than coles will ever be. The people that work there are much nicer and helpful.

It's not on here because of my opinion, it's just on because more people go to it than Coles and I want to be nice to them. - JayJayPlane

Woolworths is the best, you are the worst, we are the best fresh food people.

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There's an IGA at almost every set of local shops and they've got this thing going on there called the G'IGA'ntic Sale as a pun on the spelling of the word gigantic and the name of the supermarket. The motto is 'How the locals like it' and that's just how the place is! - JayJayPlane


Aldi has different things and brands that other supermarkets don't have. They offer clothing, books, make-up and house storage. I have known no other like Aldi!

They (the items sold at ALDI) may appear different, but they're the products we all know and love! And the prices are unbelievably low! - JayJayPlane

This is not just an Australian supermarket I live nearby an aldi abd its in the us

With the new make over, the shops are now well laid out and with the new freezers they are nicer to shop in.

The biggest advantage are the superior self branded products which more often than not are better than brand name products sold elsewhere. For all their self branded goods, they use very good recipe formulations that got them the market share in Europe. While I don't buy their kitchen appliances as I don't think they match the quality of their other goods, other specials from time to time are excellent quality.

Overall, good quality products at a better price and they can still afford to pay their staff more than the others which is another positive.

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5 Supa IGA

Just like an IGA, only bigger! - JayJayPlane


(music) Clean, fresh, friendly and more for your money! BI-LO, BI-LO! - JayJayPlane

7 Coles Central

Just Coles, only in urban areas of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. - JayJayPlane

8 Star Mart

Just a convenience store at some Caltex petrol stations, but I guess it counts as a supermarket because it is large and sells grocery items. It's quite groovy if you ask me! - JayJayPlane

9 Shop-Rite

Shop-Rite is a one-location supermarket at the Griffith Shops and it has just 7 employees. It's got a large dairy section which also has biscuits, rare European foods, a small liquor store within itself, ice blocks and cereals you can't get at Coles or Woolworths as well as ice blocks and cereals you can get at those places and a drink fridge on the way out. - JayJayPlane

10 Friendly Grocer

They're a non-profit organisation and it's just around the corner! - JayJayPlane

The Contenders

11 Foodworks
12 Foodland
13 Priceline

Mate, it's a beauty just 2 walk into! Beautiful products and customer service! Amazing!

14 McDonnell's curry sauce
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