Macca’s is bringing back an old faithful to spearhead their summer deals campaign.

Macca’s is continuing to celebrate its biggest summer ever with the return of the Aussie Angus burger. Featuring Aussie-inspired flavour combinations, it’s made with 100% Aussie Angus Beef. Throw in Aussie jack cheese, bacon, lettuce, beetroot, and golden onion rings and you’ve got yourself quite the tasty mixture. It’s all housed in a soft bun, topped with house grill sauce and garlic mayo.

“We’re excited to bring back the Aussie Angus,” Tim Kenward, Marketing Director of McDonald’s Australia, said in a statement. “From the 100% Aussie Angus Beef, unique sauce combos, crunchy onion rings and that iconic beetroot slice, this is a burger tailor-made for the Australian summer.”

You’ll be able to get your hands – and mouths – on the Aussie Angus burger from Wednesday, January 12th. It will only be available for a limited time only though (why are all the good ones limited time only?). The comeback burger will be available in Macca’s joints around the country, as well as via McDelivery.

The Aussie Angus burger is just a part of Macca’s biggest summer ever. The Tim Tam McFlurry, Big Mac Bacon, Chicken Big Mac, and onion rings with bbq sauce have all become fan favourites again after returning to the menu.

They also unveiled their Budgy Smuggler range, featuring three swimwear styles in the traditional male ‘Smugglers’ and female one-piece and two-piece ‘Smugglettes’, as well as a bucket hat design.

One print includes pictures of the restaurant’s iconic Big Mac, fries and a drink, while another features the Sydney Harbour Bridge alongside the famous golden arches. Would you wear a Big Mac bikini? Would that look fashionable on a Gold Coast beach?

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Macca’s summer deals campaign is set to continue into February, so keep your eyes peeled for more tasty announcements.

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