1003CPF - Freehold Coastal Caravan Park Located Between Melbourne & Sydney!
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A TIGHTLY HELD MONEY MAKER!
- Busy tourist destination all year round.
- Business showing strong growth pattern.
- Scope for future development of underutilised land.
- Large 3 bedroom owner's residence with separate 2 bedroom manager's cabin.
2.62Ha (6.5 acre lot) sitting on the east coast paints the scene for this relaxed bush set caravan park located approximately 500km from both Melbourne and Sydney, with a lazy 1.8km to the seaside and waterways this town is renowned for.
Here is the opportunity: Secure a sea change lifestyle in a truly remarkable pocket of Victoria, while retaining a six-figure income where you get to decide the daily agenda.
STOP clocking in for someone else's benefit, invest in your future now.
For further information or to inspect this opportunity please contact the listing agent.
Net profit $288,416 for 2016/17
Contact Luke Oakley from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.
Property ID: 1003CPF (quote when enquiring)
Location: Mallacoota is one of Gippsland's great escapes, surrounded by the magnificent wilderness of the Croajingolong National Park and set on the beautiful Mallacoota Inlet. The eastern gateway to East Gippsland, Mallacoota has a population of around 1,000 people and is nestled in Croajingolong National Park, home to pristine Victorian coastal wilderness.
Unwind at this pretty costal town, blessed with Victoria's warmest winter temperatures and cool ocean breezes in summer. A popular holiday destination over summer, residents and visitors enjoy the region's natural beauty, tranquillity and access to water. Mallacoota Inlet, the surrounding Croajingolong National Park and views to Gabo Island define the town's setting.
Recognised on the national best beaches list and mentioned in the Lonely Planet guide book, Mallacoota beaches and foreshores offer enjoyable experience opportunities for the diverse visitor interests of all ages.
Property Code: 2609