Mackay has some of the best beaches in Queensland and the Comfort Resort Blue Pacific has earned a sterling reputation over many years for its ideal location and excellent service.
Situated on Mackay’s stunning northern beaches, the property’s 44 units range from studio suites to four-bedroom apartments and its guests are a mix of corporate executives and contractors in town for long work stays, and families and holiday-makers drawn by the magnificent vistas of sand and surf.
The resort is situated right on Blacks Beach, a sublime slice of Tropical Queensland, where the golden sands stretch for 6km and there is a tropical palm tree-lined driveway leading to the property.
Management Rights for the absolute beachfront resort are on sale at $1.595m, with a net income of $254,222.
Mackay’s northern beaches provide the relaxing feel of a tropical retreat just 20 minutes from a major rural city.
Andrew Morgan, from Queensland Tourism & Hospitality Brokers, said the long-term owners of the Comfort Resort Blue Pacific have made the property a great success story.
“The absolute beach frontage is a big attraction, and the owners have run a very good business there for many years,” Mr Morgan said.
“There is a type of accommodation there to suit everyone as well as first-class facilities.”
The property comes with a 3-bedroom managers unit valued at $700,000, which includes a separate self-contained lettable unit.
“It’s a beautiful property and a very successful business,” Mr Morgan said. “It has direct beach access, saltwater swimming pools, spa, tennis court, undercover parking and a reception area/office on title.”
Already making a good return, the property has even more upside potential with a former restaurant and conference room on title that could also be utilised or turned into more lettable units.
Mr Morgan said the Comfort Resort Blue Pacific offered a great lifestyle for the owner to live and work “in paradise”.
Mackay’s northern beaches are about 1000 kilometres north of Brisbane in an aera that produces more than a third of Australia's sugar.
Blacks Beach offers incredible sunrises and golden sands, a true holiday vibe where guests can relax and unwind under the palm trees without a worry in the world.
Anglers can take bream and whiting off the beach, and there is also excellent fishing at the southern point of the beach near the mouth of McCready's Creek .
There are also other spectacular beaches in the area.
Eimeo Beach, nestled in Sunset Bay, is a popular retreat for locals and seasonally patrolled by volunteer lifesavers. The 80-year old Mango Avenue is a heritage-listed attraction there, and Bucasia Beach is an ideal spot for a picnic, or a game of beach cricket.
Shoal Point offers spectacular scenery toward Cape Hillsborough and the shallow water and nearby islands make it the perfect place to laze about in a small boat and let the cares of life float by.
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