Hungry Jack's Lavington store will open its doors to customers on Tuesday, eight years after the chain left the suburb.
In 2012 the fast food restaurant shut after suffering a loss of patronage after its neighbouring service station on the corner of Wagga and Kaylock roads closed.
The new store, at 375 Wagga Road, sits on the same site as the former restaurant which was demolished after its closure and sat vacant for year.
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A spokesman for Hungry Jack's said the store opening had created almost 60 job opportunities for the community, though did not specify if these included jobs created through construction.
Hungry Jack's Scott Baird said the company was thrilled to open the state-of-the-art restaurant.
He said the venue features a dual lane drive-through, digital indoor playground and specialised coffee at Jack's Cafe.
The fast food venue will be open from 6am to 10pm daily.
The development application for the store estimated construction, which started in about March, would cost $900,000.