Aldi supermarket (Melbourne)

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There are several supermarkets in Melbourne’s city centre, but Aldi is the cheapest. This supermarket is convenient if you’re staying in some of the hostels at the northern end of the CBD including Discovery MelbourneElizabeth Hostel, Nomads Industry and Space Hotel.

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8 Franklin Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Tram 1, 3, 3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67, 72 (stop: Victoria Street/Swanston Street)
Open Mon–Fri 8.30am–8pm, Sat–Sun 8.30am–7pm

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  • L¡v, 04 Sep 2019

    Great products. Shop is a bit small

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  • Taylor, 22 Jan 2016

    If you're from a country where credit card usage is free, note there is a 0.5% CC surcharge at ALDI in Australia that you don't find out about until after swiping your card.

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  • Richard, 19 Dec 2015

    I do all my shopping at Aldi bscause the prices are the best and quite frankly the quality is the best also. For the price you pay, you cant go wrong. Every new product of theirs i try surprises me.

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  • Andrew, 21 Sep 2015

    the house brand beer leaves a bit to be desired but the price can't be beat

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  • Edith, 01 Jan 2015

    Inexpensive fresh fruit, cheapest among supermarket chains

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  • Jas, 24 Aug 2014

    You can find cheap red wine here.

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  • Pedro, 08 Aug 2014

    Euro supermarket brands... interesting array of goods.

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  • Haryati, 07 Nov 2013

    The white breads are usually gone by 7pm. Come earlier to get them.

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  • Lady-Sally, 15 Aug 2013

    Great local market for a city location

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  • Ben, 26 Jun 2013

    Refused service here after refusing a bag check. Only Australian supermarket chain that will do this. Recommend not shopping here if you value your rights and privacy.

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  • Melly, 19 Jun 2013

    Cheesy vegemite scrolls is only $1.49. Super cheap & delicious.

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  • Muthu, 13 Jun 2013

    Watch out for the look alikes! Cheap, but not the best.

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  • Suzanne, 23 May 2013

    CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP! Fav grocery place!

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  • Ravi, 13 Apr 2013

    bring your own carry bag and pay in cash as there is a surcharge for card payments. cheap goods but do lookout for quality..

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  • Kateřina, 15 Mar 2013

    Australian Lidl

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  • David, 20 Nov 2012

    bring your own carry bag or buy one there, also pay in cash as they have a steep credit surcharge compared to other stores

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  • Jesse, 23 Aug 2012

    If shopping at a weekend go in the morning because they often sell out of many fresh fruit and veg by late arvo.

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  • Torstein, 23 Jun 2012

    $5 for 1kg bacon.

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  • Jamie, 09 Jun 2012

    Cheaper goods here ;)

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  • Candi, 03 Feb 2012

    ALMOST as cheap as your mother, and double the quality.

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  • Jonathan, 13 Sep 2011

    Bread, tuna & soy milk is cheap, but other stuff seems more expensive.

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  • Anita, 28 Oct 2010

    Cheap grociery shoppin place

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  • Jasmine, 23 Sep 2010

    everything is cheap and good there.

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  • Nate, 25 Mar 2010

    Watch out for cheap fruit. Apples were rotten. Don't forget the differences between cheap and inexpensive!!!!

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  • Lucas, 31 Jan 2010

    Cheap Australian vegies

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