Phone: 1300 512 566
Mobile: 0412 095 340
34 Lamorna Avenue ,
Beecroft, NSW 2119
Phone: 1300 512 566
Fax: 02 9872 1464
ST GEORGE 4487
Accommodation/Tourism for sale
990CPF - Bonus Business Freehold Caravan Park & Ice Works Facility
39 flat level sites for cabins and caravans on nearly 6,000 square metres 3.5 star rated Comfortable low set home at front of park Newly constructed 7m x 3m heated pool with spa New barbeque in pool area 90 solar panels (23kw) installed June 2015 Generous secondary income stream from on-site ice works
This Tourist Park in south west Queensland is a beauty. All the work has been done by the present owners just ready for a savvy operator to move in and take over. The present operators have owned and loved the park for the last 12 years but would like to retire.
Set in the middle of town fronting the main street, all traffic travelling through town must drive past the front door - a great invitation to travelling 'vanners and seasonal workers.
Having the only ice works in the district is also big bonus - supplying ice to guests at the park, local shops in town and nearby townships. Sale comes complete with modern Mazda Ute with large freezer on the tray for deliveries.
This is a rare one and if you are looking for a caravan park with a bonus income this is the one not to be missed.
Net profit $279,116 2 year average
Contact Michael Huddlestone from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.
Property ID: 990CPF (quote when enquiring)
Location: St George is the main business centre for the Balonne Shire. Situated in Southern Inland Queensland, about 500 kilometres west of Brisbane, St George is a very pretty town with many beautiful gardens and tree lined streets with a district population of 3,800.
The local climate conditions are ideal for a large variety of horticultural and agricultural enterprises. The leading primary industries are cotton, sheep/wool, grain crops, wild game harvesting, fruit and vegetable production, and beef /cattle. Successful development of the horticultural industry has been led by local production of table grapes, followed by rockmelons, pumpkins, onions and watermelons.
The predominantly warm dry conditions make the district a popular destination for travellers from the southern states during the winter months. The unique tourist attractions provide a wide range of options for visitors. The Balonne River, Beardmore Dam and Jack Taylor Weir present an inland aquatic playground for locals and visitors alike.
Property Code: 2001
- Business Category: Accommodation/Tourism
- Business Sub Category: Caravan Park
- Zoning: Freehold caravan park