948CPF - Gulf Region Caravan Park
This caravan Park in the Gulf Country of Queensland is a very solid and consistent performer. It has a total of 21 cabins and villas and powered caravan sites with concrete annex slabs.
There are two amenities buildings and also two laundries.
Barbeque facilities and a fish cleaning area also complement this park.
It enjoys a high occupancy during the Southern Winter and also benefits from Contractors in the area in the off season.
This is a very easy to operate family business showing great returns.
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Net profit $202,899 for 2014/15
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Property ID: 948CPF (quote when enquiring)
Location: Burketown is the small historical town located 25 kilometres from the coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Although small, Burketown is popular with tourists as it offers a whole host of activities including four wheel driving, scenic flights, crocodile spotting, bird watching, camping and the natural wonder "Morning Glory" cloud formation. Burketown is an ideal location for those seeking a more active outback lifestyle.
The Shire of Burke has a strong rural base and two townships, Burketown and Gregory. Burketown has a primary school (Prep to Year 7), a kindergarten, children's play areas, parks, a six pool aquatic facility, an outdoor multi sports facility (tennis and basketball), a police station, post office, service station, two small general stores, a take-away food outlet, caravan park, clinic with Royal Flying Doctor services, lodge and cabin accommodation and a hotel. There is also a Shire Hall, rodeo arena and sports ground. There is Next G mobile phone coverage and broadband internet services. The town has an off grid electricity generation facility. There is road access to Mount Isa and Cloncurry outside of wet season closures. There is an all-weather airport, with regular scheduled weekly services to Mount Isa and Cairns.
Residents enjoy a relaxed, stress and hassle free lifestyle, devoid of 'big city' negatives such as pollution, crowds, traffic congestion, serious crime and overcrowding. Positive aspects of living in Burke Shire also include access to great fishing spots, the ability to 'pop home for lunch' during the working day, long stretches of flat roadways for bike riding, plenty of places for horse or off road motor bike riding, social sporting fixtures, uncrowded public pools (six in the complex), off the beaten track camping areas and a safe environment for young children to experience a real Australian childhood, complete with wallabies hopping down the streets and frogs crocking in the yard.
Property Code: 668