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A property just waiting for your enthusiasm.Take a year or so to grow back the asset value by at least 30%.Enjoy a sea change lifestyle on the edge of the extended Great Ocean Road.An excellent start has been made in a refurbishment program. William Dutton presents with well above average size rooms, in a city that continues to enjoy the commercial stability offered by the aluminium smelter, the port supporting the live animal export and the voracious world demand for timber the new plastic! It's also the point of manufacture of the wind turbines, now appearing in their hundreds. THE AVERAGE YIELD PER ROOM IN PORTLAND IS $20,000 (ABS FY 2016). THERE'S 27 ROOMS HERE. NOW YOU DO THE MATHS. READY, SET, GO! Net profit $141,778 for 2016/17 Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2451MF (quote when enquiring) Location: Portland is situated on the far South West Coast of Victoria and offers a great range of activities including fantastic beaches, fishing, Whale watching, tours of aboriginal sites, shopping, history and botanical gardens. Portland has a great range of restaurants, cafes and takeaway food options as well as local shopping for those who prefer to self cater. The region is home to a diverse industry base, primarily manufacturing, primary production, community and health services, tourism, education, transport and retail sectors. Portland's waterfront is alive with activity see big ships from around the world come in to load up local produce and the local fishing fleet unload its catch. Take a ride on the foreshore cable tram, spot seals at Cape Bridgewater, watch blue whales off Cape Nelson or traverse the Great South West Walk. The Port is served by both road and rail systems, which bypass the City of Portland to allow 24 hour access. It delivers $2.5 billion into the region and the nation each year a figure that will continue to grow. Property Code: 2644
Located on 11 acres, with 5 acres of undeveloped land. Ideal for growth or MHE investment.An established business on the Calder Highway.Just 7 kms South of the city of Bendigo CDB.Only 2 kms from Kangaroo flat shopping centre.Easy operated by a couple.Stable financial trading history.Unit accommodation averaging a 76% Occupancy level.Located on 11 acres with 5 acres of undeveloped land.A unique opportunity to live your dream accommodation park.Plenty of area for expansion.Owner operated for over 30 years. This property is nestled on the Calder Highway at the South end of the Bendigo. Operating as a family enterprise quietly over the last 30 years, this business has prospered. Now it's time to move on. Two quality residences on the property for the operator if needed. Don't dream about it step up and embrace the City of Greater Bendigo a rapidly growing regional area. An opportunity not to be missed. Call to arrange an inspection of this quality business. Net profit $282,127 for 2016/17 Contact Barry Bolwell from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1004CPF (quote when enquiring) Location: Bendigo is a vibrant contemporary regional centre, boasting beautiful streets created from one of the world's greatest gold rushes. Every visit will reveal new surprises and experiences. With the gusto of a gold seeking miner, the people who live here are creating fascinating products, services and stories that add to the richness of the region's boom time past. It is an ever changing feast to be explored. Nearby Heathcote has not missed the beat with artisans of food, wine and art flocking to be part of the action. Modern day Bendigo has sublime food, wine and shopping experiences against a stunning heritage backdrop. Bendigo's action packed events calendar is a mix of long standing traditions, food and wine events, car rallies, sporting excellence and a great sense of fun. Since the gold boom times of 1871, the local Chinese community have come together to add Chinese dragons, regalia and startling crackers to Australia's longest continuous festival the Bendigo Easter Festival. A true Bendigo highlight is the range of quality experiences and things to do. Major attractions are diverse and exciting, offering fun filled, diverse experiences at the many tourist attractions in the Bendigo region. Property Code: 2646
This Blue Mountains property is a well known and well established motel.All 25 rooms have either king or queen beds and reverse cycle air conditioning.Comfortable and well maintained rooms with an ongoing maintenance schedule.Structurally sound, but also ideally located for future development.Close to Katoomba's town centre and the boutique shops of Leura.Close to the Blue Mountain attractions.A popular stay for all travellers.Stable tenants in both the motel and the restaurant.This is a must see property. This Blue Mountains property is a well known and well established motel in a premier position. All 25 rooms have either king or queen beds, reverse cycle air conditioning and many other additional amenities. The rooms are also very comfortable and well maintained with an ongoing maintenance schedule. The property is structurally sound, but also ideally located for future development. The motel's highway location is close to Katoomba's town centre and the boutique shops of Leura are not too far away. Fabulous restaurants and cafes are all within walking distance. Close to the Blue Mountain attractions, making it a popular stay for all travellers. With stable tenants in both the motel and the restaurant, this is a must see property. Rental Income: $193,703 ex GST (as of July 2018) Contact Warren Sweetman from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 707MI (quote when enquiring) Location: Katoomba is the chief town of the City of Blue Mountains in New South Wales and the administrative headquarters of Blue Mountains City Council. It is on the Great Western Highway 110 km west of Sydney and 39 km south east of Lithgow with a population of approximately 8,500. The busy town centre, centered on Katoomba Street, features dozens of cafes and restaurants, as well as a number of second hand book and antique stores. The nearby village of Leura features numerous well appointed health spas and Darley's Restaurant at nearby Echo Point has been rated with two Chef Hats. The scenic beauty and tranquility of Katoomba and the surrounding Blue Mountains area have long made Katoomba a haven for Sydney siders looking for rest and relaxation. As well as attracting a resident artistic community, Katoomba and its environs has also been the inspiration for art and music. The area's beautiful scenery and colourful art deco style shops and houses attract an alternative and somewhat eccentric subculture. Many poets, artists, environmentalists and numerous eccentric characters reside in Katoomba. Property Code: 2642
This is a genuinely fantastic opportunity for a dedicated new owner to purchase an iconic, fully licenced restaurant in Perth. You have the option to buy the successful restaurant as a profitable going concern and, if you choose, purchase the freehold as well. The choice is yours! This immaculate CBD restaurant is available with optional Freehold. It has only come to market because the current owners have earned the right to retire. They have built a very successful business that is very popular with surrounding office workers and also residents in apartment building adjacent. This enterprise is very well located, being near to the Swan River, Perth’s CBD, and it is near to regular public transport amenity, a highly regarded hotel complex, with professionals occupying commercial office suites. The restaurant seats 60 patrons comfortably. The dining space is decorated in elegant but muted neutral tones that leads to a very relaxed dining experience. Most customers come back regularly. Two options include an immaculate licensed business for only $150k, and you may sensibly add to your superannuation, by investing concurrently in modern strata premises, for an additional $800k. The retail premises are available only if the business is sold and settled concurrently. Indicative rental yield is 6% via lease back to you as owner operator! Restaurant is 114m2, liquor licensed, and provides relaxed seating for 60 patrons as we said. Should a new owner choose to introduce a different cuisine, the neutral tones will make it very easy and cost effective to redecorate. The immediate surrounds are undergoing significant rejuvenation and improvement with brand new retail outlets and new apartments due for completion. These tend to enhance and complement and provide sales growth. Call me soon as we have priced both assets for immediate sale. In marketing we have not added on an amount for negotiation as the owners wish to soon retire overseas, hence they are content to sell at a very fair market price! This is the time to invest in a business with prime property, in high end locations, for a better financial future. Call Ian Sargison on the number above for a confidential chat and further information.
This is a unique opportunity to buy a very profitable motel from genuine, motivated Vendors. We are providing a rare opportunity to purchase their high income and hugely profitable motel business in an area famed for its geographic features, ambience and lifestyle. This immaculately presented motel with main road frontage, is located on a major highway, just a stone’s throw from the Grampians tourist region. The motel presides over 20 acres of peaceful gum treed acres with all units and the restaurant overlooking a tranquil man made lake abundant with bird life, native flora and fauna. Truly a unique presentation. The Grampians area is acclaimed for its diverse tourist attractions including wild flower events, spectacular food, wine & folk festivals, hiking, wineries, horse racing, sporting carnivals and much more to ensure consistent tourist patronage. The motel also enjoys high patronage from repeat and loyal business people, tradespersons, coach groups, travellers and visitors touring the region that is rated in the top 10 tourist destinations in Victoria. MOTEL DESCRIPTION The motel has 29 ground floor units and all are set back from the main road ensuring exquisite serenity and a pleasure to stay in. It has been updated to provide superior accommodation that enables guests to enjoy, relax and fully experience the wonderful setting. Comprising 13 Deluxe Standard Queen/Twin units, 7 Standard Queen Family units, 1 Deluxe extra–large Family Spa Suite, 1 King Spa Suite and 1 Disabled Suite. For longer stays, this motel offers 1 self contained spacious 3 bedroom Suite a configuration choice not easily found. This high income, successful motel also comes with a modern and spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence enjoying a large living area and private courtyard. The motel further boasts a beautifully presented, recently renovated, 70 seat fully licenced restaurant. With picture windows curving around half the restaurant, guests have a magnificent view of the lakes and gardens. During summer, guests can enjoy dining on the deck Al fresco, all while enjoying the serene park like surroundings. The tennis court and heated indoor pool further complements this unique money making business which can only be fully appreciated by personal inspection. Other Key Features of this exceptional motel include: Increasing Gross Income that presently exceeds $700,000. 27 Year Lease with industry based rental to ensure high nett profit. Huge online presence with excellent profiles on Booking.com, TripAdvisor, Facebook, etc. Fully functional website with online RMS booking and enquiry system. Motel Construction being of Brick/Timber with car parking area able to cater for tour group bookings. Onsite laundry, room service, Wi Fi and more Linen, bedding and plant are all of a high standard. 70 seat fully licenced restaurant and cocktail bar that is extremely popular with local diners, motel guests and function engagements. Experienced operators will substantially increase business profitability from this flourishing restaurant. Infrastructure projects and industry expansion in the region will ensure continued income growth. This unique motel with extensive future bookings and a profitable restaurant, provides a rare opportunity for an experienced couple or family partnership to realise a unique opportunity to secure their financial future. Bank finance is available to approved purchasers with all financials available to genuine purchasers. For more information on this outstanding business please contact VENDOR DIRECT as detailed.
Invest, Operate, or Develop Established permanent residential and short term letting business Currently being engulfed by eastern residential estates 5 New cabins just installed by current owner that are 100% let already! Room for additional 10+ cabins/homes within current 2.1Ha footprint Win, win, win. Income positive asset, growing eastern suburb, strong capital growth. You simply cannot loose, take advantage of the existing short term letting business using both investor and park owned assets while collecting rental on the land under the owner occupied homes. Or, bring in more permanent residents and turn this opportunity into a passive rental income at a high yield with solid capital growth. Asking $4,280,000 interested parties are urged to contact Luke Oakley on 0433 091 971 to discuss this opportunity further. To inspect Inspections are strictly by appointment only please. Net profit $428,322 for 2017/18 (Conservative projection) Contact Luke Oakley from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1000CPF (quote when enquiring) Beaconsfield is a satellite suburb of Melbourne, 46 km south east of Melbourne's CBD, located within the Shire of Cardinia local government area. with a population of 6,714. The suburb has a small shopping centre 'Beaconsfield Shopping Plaza' with shops such as an Aldi and Woolworths, Bakery, Chemist, Cafes and Fish and Chips shop, and schools include Beaconsfield Primary, and St Francis Xavier College Cardinia Shire is a rapidly developing residential area, with large areas of land still allocated for urban development, and surrounding rural areas. The central areas of the Shire are the most urban, containing the major population centre of Pakenham. The population is also spread among many small rural townships and rural residential areas. Major features of the Shire include the Puffing Billy Railway, Cardinia Reservoir, Aura Vale Lake, Emerald Lake, Bunyip State Park, Kurth Kiln Regional Park, Cardinia Reservoir Park, Emerald Lake Park, Gumbuya Park, Cardinia Cultural Centre, Tynong Racecourse, Victorian Equestrian Centre, Cardinia Life (pool) and numerous wineries. Property Code: 2553
29 rooms of which 24 have been refurbished.New carpets, new televisions and new beds.Good location on Old Hume Highway.Large block with plenty of parking and good grassed areas with large shady trees. Great location, substantial 29 room motel and a 3 bedroom residence are just some of the features of this business located on Melbourne Road at Wodonga. In addition to the 3 bedroom residence there is also a double colorbond garage, swimming pool, guest laundry and grassed outdoor entertaining area with barbeque facilities, tables and chairs. A new 30 year lease completes this must see property for an astute purchaser. Net profit $157,256 for 12 months Contact Peter Gay from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2522ML (quote when enquiring) Location: The Wodonga region is known for its distinctive natural beauty, with the majestic Murray River winding its way through mountains to the east and fertile river plains to the west. Wodonga sits at the centre of the Sydney Melbourne Adelaide triangle, where 75% of all Australians live. Wodonga has a bustling economy, world class medical and health services, a vibrant cultural and artistic scene, sporting facilities to rival those of the capital cities and seemingly endless leisure and recreation options. Wodonga is ideally situated on the Murray River with surrounding hills, rich agricultural valleys, adjacent wineries and historic towns. It is one of the most vibrant regional cities in VIC. It's location on the main transport corridor that links Australia's major cities makes national and international markets highly accessible. Property Code: 2640
This newly re badged enterprise is a fantastic opportunity for someone to get into a thriving business which has just been reduced in price by $600,000 and is now for sale freehold & business for $800,000 + stock of around $40,000. In the main building there are four bedrooms and two large bathrooms. A large fully equipped kitchen to service the cafe/restaurant . A large workshop(2 bays) under the main roof could be let to a mechanic or used for sales of animal feeds and other lines. The caravan park has good amenities and the property in connected to sewer which would suit expansion into having permanent living in cabins, caravans or park homes in a major South West town with all facilities required for families. Don't wait to view this property, you will not be disappointed. Property Code: 9401
A soft refurbished and upgraded property with a fresh 25 year lease. A foot in both camps of accommodation and food. Both parts performing brilliantly, with a strong cross over yield. Self rated 3.5 star. Ballarat remains one of the top regional motel towns. A town stacked with industry with more arriving each month. A town with both corporate and domestic tourism exposure. Proximity to Melbourne is a bonus. A travel distance favoured by the domestic client. A true goldilocks property. Just right! Buyers are reminded that under Victorian legislation, there is no stamp duty on leases, landlords are responsible for their own land tax, and compulsory market reviews can see rents come down. Net profit $275,122 for 2015/16 Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1844ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Strategically located in the Central Highlands Region of Victoria, Ballarat is approximately 110km north west of Melbourne. It is one of the largest inland cities in Australia, with a population of over 88,000 within the municipality. Ballarat is in a key strategic position at the centre of some of Victoria's most important freight, tourist and commuter transport routes. The four main highways radiating from Ballarat connect it to Industrial centres such as Melbourne, Adelaide, Geelong and Portland; regional locations like Bendigo and Mildura; and agricultural areas in the Mallee and Wimmera. Ballarat has traditionally been a city that prospered on mineral and agricultural based resources, however this has changed. Manufacturing, tourism, health and community services, education and retailing are now the key industries in the city. These industries, along with the banking and finance sector and government services are strengthening Ballarat's role as a regional service provider. Ballarat is one of Victoria's premier tourist destinations attracting visitors for the gold and architectural heritage, parks and gardens, art and cultural activities and as a gateway to western Victoria. Approximately 1.8 million domestic day trip visitors come to Ballarat each year. Property Code: 2325
Less than 4 hours from Sydney.A short drive from the Taree town centre and the Manning River.Conveniently located 700 metres off the Pacific Highway. Ground floor accommodation.17 rooms with a variety of room configurations.Self rated at 3 to 3.5 star.Ideal for an overnight stopover or a short getaway.Guest pool, barbeque area and onsite parking for long vehicles and trailers.A short drive to the local clubs, restaurants, shopping centres and Old Bar Beach.Easy access to the Taree train station and Airport.Rated the best value motel in Taree.A long 35 year lease to commence at Settlement.A good opportunity for anyone wanting to get into the tourism market. The Motel is a 2 minute drive from the town centre and the Manning River and under 4 hours from Sydney. It offers ground floor accommodation and is conveniently located just 700 metres off the Pacific Highway. With a variety of room configurations, this 17 room, 3 to 3.5 star self rating property, is ideal for an overnight stopover or a short getaway. Guests also have access to the outdoor pool and barbeque area and the onsite parking for long vehicles and trailers. They can also enjoy the local clubs, restaurants, shopping centres and Old Bar Beach or make use of the Taree train station and Airport. This property has been rated the best value in Taree. With a long 35 year lease to start at Settlement, this could be a great opportunity for anyone wanting to get into the tourism market. Contact Warren Sweetman from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1294ML (quote when enquiring) Location: One of the major towns on the rivers of the NSW Mid North Coast, Taree is idyllically situated on the Manning River 317 km north east of Sydney with the Pacific Highway running right through the town. It is a big, modern, attractive town servicing the surrounding rural industries and driven by the tourists and travellers who pass through the town. It is located 16km inland from the mouth of the Manning River and consequently has tended to develop more as a service centre and stopover point than as an actual tourist destination. Today Taree is a successful rural centre sustained by a wide range of activities including dairying, a timber industry, leather goods and engineering works. Taree CBD, centered along Commerce Street, together with shopping centre development to the west, provides a broad range of retail and commercial facilities. The town has a full complement of community facilities including a hospital and rail and airport access. The town also serves as a regional centre for other coastal towns in the Great Lakes Shire, being Forster and Tuncurry, approximately 35km to the south east. Property Code: 2638
16 unit complex with 14 rooms used for income producing others used for family and storage that can easily be put back into the letting.Ability to add instant value and use all 16 rooms.Constructed from brick with tile roofing.Built around the early 1990's.'Land Area: 3,819 m2 approximately.Scope for further development.Minutes to the beach, CBD, local attractions and the local tourism draw cards.2 bedroom residence attached to motel.Additional house at rear of property unused that could be renovated. Net profit $128,857 for 2016/17 Contact Luke Oakley from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1674MF (quote when enquiring) Location: Eden is halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, and only 3 hours from Canberra. The southern gateway to the Sapphire Coast, Eden is set in rugged beauty with golden sandy beaches and crystal waters to the east and forests and parklands to the west. It is a small town that is part of the coastal wilderness area which has been selected as one of the 15 areas that Tourism Australia will be promoting to international visitors. Property Code: 2265
21 acres of riverfront land.147 sites of which 137 are short term.Onsite cabins and lodges.Great amenities and facilities.Kiosk and petrol station onsite.Premier facility of this type on the East Coast .Further development opportunities. This business has multiple income streams: from privately owned lodges to short term sites, from petrol for boats and vehicles to an onsite kiosk. There are excellent onsite facilities for guests such as a camp kitchen, games area, swimming pool, tennis court and safe boat ramp to launch their pride and joy boat. There are two amenity blocks to cater for the general holiday makers and powered and unpowered van and camping sites. With current council approvals for 147 sites, 110 privately owned lodges and the added bonus of acres of unimproved land for further development, this business requires your full attention and consideration. Call Tony now for a confidentiality agreement and more information. Net profit $643,392 Contact Tony Johnson from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 607CPF (quote when enquiring) Property Code: 2632
One of the busiest towns in Gippsland.Servicing military, oil rigs and the surrounding rural community.30 well presented rooms.Trading as a 'B and B'.Room to target other markets. The rural city of Sale plays host to the Air Force Base, that is currently in a $60 million upgrade and is taking on more of the training workload. It's also the servicing point for all the gas and oil rigs of Esso BHP that sit over the horizon in Bass Strait. This motel is a favourite of the 'tradies' who bring their unique skills to the weekly workforce that invades Sale each Monday. Net profit $211,281 for 2017 calendar year Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1854ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Located in the centre of Gippsland, Victoria approximately 260 kms east of Melbourne, Sale is the gateway to East Victoria, the Gippsland Lakes, 90 Mile Beach, mountains and many other exciting tourist destinations. Sale has a population of close to 14,250, projected to increase to over 14,000 by the year 2021. Part of the Wellington Shire, Sale has a diverse industry including agriculture, retail and professional services, and companies including the Esso (Longford Gas Plant), Nylex Plastics Factory and the East Sale RAAF base. With its rich history, beautiful parks and lakes and wide variety of services, Sale is a great place to live. Residents have the freedom and relaxed atmosphere of the country, with all the convenience of a city. Being centrally located, Sale is the perfect base for tourists wishing to visit the many geographical and manmade destinations of Eastern Victoria. The city has a major regional hospital, five major banks, eight service stations, seven pubs and nightclubs, many places to stay and three major supermarkets. Sale's main street has over 180 shops including all major banks, many alfresco dining cafes and food outlets as well as convenience stores and service providers. The Gippsland Centre shopping complex with major national and regional retailers is located adjacent to the street. Property Code: 2636
This beautiful apartment is now for sale and also comes with Management Rights to the complex that this apartment is situated in! Live onsite and enjoy the relaxed resort lifestyle at the same time! Located in the beautiful suburb of Runaway Bay, right on the water, this apartment is in a wonderful position with all amenities close by, including Runaway Bay Shopping Centre only 3 minutes down the road, The Broadwater, fuel stations, restaurants, cafes & also, schools are close by. Features of this property include: 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Car parking for 3 cars Open plan living and dining Modern kitchen Expansive private balcony area Great body corporate salary Peaceful boaties paradise surround by beautiful lush greenery If you have been looking for a peaceful beautiful place right by the water then this apartment is for you! Also purchasing the Management rights along with this apartment will create yourself a healthy stable income! Contact Sally now for more details. Viewings are also welcome by appointment Property Code: 1297
21 plus top of line apartments.On average producing gross sales of $30,000 per apartment per year.A business ready for increased growth through your skills.An absolutely pristine part of Victoria at your doorstep.Less than ninety minutes from Melbourne. This rental business offers a perfect opportunity for a person or couple seeking a sea change lifestyle to take on a highly rewarding holiday rental that by the way, sees the holiday take every week of the year. (Just some holiday times are bigger than others). The apartments collectively offer the tourist from all over a quality experience where the key money per apartment starts at $250 a night for most of the year. Now the really good news. 15% of this is yours. 15% each time you sell a room. Yours to do what you like with (apart from a little office rent and some minimal bills). This is a magnificent opportunity to finish your career not 'working for the man'. If sitting on your bum watching your toe nails grow realises your potential, this is not for you. Only people interested in living life to the full should apply Net profit $120,000 for 2016/17 Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2521ML (quote when enquiring) Location: The holiday town of Barwon Heads is located just over an hour from Melbourne on the southern coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and separated by the Barwon River from its twin coastal town of Ocean Grove. Geelong's lifestyle is hard to beat. With quality living, wide ranging recreational choices, a strong and growing economy and a cosmopolitan, vibrant community, there is real reason to love Geelong and the surrounding region. With a population of over 229,000 people, the City of Greater Geelong is Victoria's largest provincial city. The region is characterised by the multi award winning Waterfront overlooking Corio Bay, the picturesque Bellarine Peninsula, the Barwon River, You Yangs Regional Park, wetlands, beautiful parklands and wildlife sanctuaries. Geelong is also the gateway to the world renowned coastline of south west Victoria via the Great Ocean Road. Property Code: 2634
Brand new 25 year lease.Building in great condition, nothing to spend.Unbelievable location opposite the airport and 100m to the beach.2 bedroom manager's residence.Potential upside for enthusiastic new owners as motel is currently run under management.Supportive landlord willing to keep his building up to standard.No food or beverage, just accommodation.All rooms with new 42 inch televisions and modern fixtures.Building interiors will be completely repainted by mid 2018. If you are looking for long lease on the Gold Coast you will not find better than this. The owner will draw up a brand new 25 year lease and prepared to enter into sensible discussions with a suitable purchaser on the terms. Good leases on the Gold Coast are very, very rare. We expect a quick sale so don't hesitate, enquire now! Net profit $183,220 for 2016/17 Contact Tony Johnson or Gerard Dixon from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2263ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Bilinga is a southern suburb of the City of Gold Coast, Queensland, and is on the border with New South Wales to the west and has the Pacific Ocean to the east. It is a quaint beachside suburb on the southern end of the Gold Coast. Located right by the Gold Coast Airport, staying in Bilinga means you can hop straight off a flight and into paradise without any hassle. Just around the bend from this area you'll find the world famous stretch of beaches in Coolangatta, including Kirra, Greenmount and Snapper Rocks. Australia's Gold Coast is a city coming of age. Strategically located on the edge of the Asia Pacific rim, with access to two international airports, the Gold Coast is perfectly positioned as a destination for business, investment, study, sport, events, tourism and lifestyle. Welcoming close to 12 million visitors each year, the Gold Coast is full of attractions and things to do. As Australia's premier tourist destination, the city offers a vibrant mix of shopping, accommodation, theme parks, restaurants, entertainment and events, along with an abundance of natural attractions. Property Code: 2630
As scarce as hen's teeth!Investment component of a well established 36 unit Motel.Current Tenant in operation since July 2015.5 x 5 years left on Lease in July 2018.Dubbo is regarded as one of the strongest Motel centres in Regional NSW.Don't delay your inspection!Contact us now for further details. Annual Rent: $246,300 plus GST Contact David Head and Peter McHugh from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 456MI (quote when enquiring) Location: Ideally located at the intersection of major road and rail routes and an air transport hub, the City is a thriving business centre servicing a regional population in excess of 120,000 people with a population of 42,000. The city is a thriving regional home to people who enjoy close proximity to extensive medical, health, welfare, educational, recreational, cultural and shopping facilities, while State and Federal government departments have established regional offices in the City. You can live close to where you work, so you can have a fulfilling career and time to spend on yourself and your family. Here you can achieve an optimal work/life balance. The city offers an affordable rental and real estate market, provides first rate medical services to one third of the State, and has a well established pre school, public and private education network. Local industries include retail, health, manufacturing, transport, tourism, education, construction, business services, agricultural and government services. Property Code: 2626
As new luxury, boutique Apartments.Exceptional Central Coast Location 1.5 hours from Sydney.15 Self contained Apartments.No Cooking!Long Lease and a dream to operate.Keyless Property with CCTV.Secure under complex parking with lift access.Great combination of Beach Lifestyle and Income!Contact us now for your further details. Net profit $106,639 for 2016/17. Contact David Head and Warren Sweetman from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2518ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Copacabana NSW is a well loved surfing beach. It's a small town away from noise and traffic. It's also one of the most relaxing holiday spots on the Central Coast. Here you find only one hotel and a handful of shops and restaurants. It takes about 30 seconds to walk down the main street. For a great coffee, breakfast or lunch go to Allagai Bay Cafe. It's the local's favourite cafe. Excellent restaurants are located five minutes away in Avoca. The finest are Bombini and Mojito Joe's. Copacabana beach is one of the Central Coast's most breathtakingly beautiful and serene beaches. Copacabana also features a large lagoon located on the south side of the beach and is a perfect spot for kayaking or some snorkelling where you can check out the local marine life. Property Code: 2628
Best position in town with main road exposure.Great B&B motel that would suit a first timer operator.3 bedroom residence attached to reception.19 well presented rooms of varying configuration.Definite upside for a motivated working couple.Long lease and reasonable rent.Motivated vendor says all genuine offers will be considered. Excellent 19 room motel in the middle of town where your guests can walk to everything. This motel has been a consistent performer but a working couple could definitely improve the performance. The residence is suitable for a couple or family with three bedrooms and room to move. Set in a quiet and friendly town that offers a charming country lifestyle yet only three hours to Brisbane, this motel is a must for first time operators. This is the time to pounce. My vendor has said bring me an offer I can't refuse. Call Tony now to enquire about your future. Net profit $139,134 for 2016/17 (as provided by vendor) Contact Tony Johnson from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1648ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Tenterfield, 715 km north east of Sydney and 275 km south of Brisbane, is an untouched, well renowned historical district surrounded by spectacular bush lands, Tenterfield enjoys mild alpine summers, sunny winter days and crisp winter nights, blazing red autumns with stunning tree lined roads and bright wildflower springs. Tenterfield is the major centre of the region, and is surrounded by the villages of Drake, Jennings, Legume, Liston, Torrington and Urbenville. This is a growing town in which the population has increased by 10% over the past 12 months. The current population is 3,500. The Tenterfield area is devoted to sheep and cattle though orchards, farm crops, a silica mine and a growing tourism sector all contribute to the local economy. Tenterfield is very popular with sporting groups bowls, tennis, golf, football and so on. The local 18 hole golf course is among the best in rural NSW. Property Code: 1965
Long 45 year lease!41 well appointed, sound proof motel rooms.Able to accommodate large groups and has ample parking for buses.Great variety of room types, including a disabled room.Onsite laundry facilities and room service breakfast.Conference / function room for 40 people.Pool and undercover garden area with guest barbeque and microwave oven.First motel on Gympie Rd coming into Brisbane from the north.8 km from Brisbane Entertainment Centre 14 km from Brisbane CBD.15 km from Brisbane Airport.Easy access to city transport.New solar heating and recently refurbished. Situated on the main road leading into Brisbane, this well presented complex is close to everything. With great returns and a long lease... an inspection is a must! Net profit $368,380 for 2016/17 Contact Mark English from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2303ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Carseldine is a mainly residential suburb in the north of Brisbane. At its northern boundary is the Carseldine Homemaker Centre which includes one of north Brisbane's three Bunnings Warehouse stores. There is also a community based shopping centre anchored by a Woolworths supermarket on Beams Road and two convenience centres, one beside the railway station and the other on the western side of the suburb. Property Code: 2620
First time the leasehold has been advertised in 18 years.26 well appointed units with a variety of configurations.Facilities include salt water pool, WI FI, Foxtel and guest laundry.Room service breakfast and dinner.Award winning licensed restaurant with separate bar and commercial kitchen.Rivers Restaurant rated No. 1 in St George.Conference area with seating for 40.50 parking spaces and room for large vehicles.Beautiful landscape gardens and short stroll to river.$40,000+ of external area painting including the roofs, starting in February 2018.3 bedroom/2 bathroom manager's residence adjoining motel office. After 18 very successful years, the present owners are now ready to move on, presenting an amazing opportunity for new owners to continue the success of this well established leasehold motel. Known for its country hospitality, Riverland Motor Inn provides a comforting 'home away from home' experience for travellers with their 4 star accommodation. Located in the south west Queensland town of St George, Riverland's award winning licensed restaurant, Rivers is rated No. 1 by locals and visitors alike. Centrally located in town and just a short stroll to the riverside walk, guests describe Riverland Motor Inn as 'A treasure in the outback'. Net profit $322,391 for 2016/17 Contact Mark English from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2520ML (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: 2624
A substantial turnover, improving after refurbishment has added value to this business. Central location within the CBD of Hay this motel has it all. A restaurant, currently used to cater for large groups, this motel has room to spare. 42 rooms offer a significant opportunity to cater for the bus trade. Still plenty of room for improvement. Easily operated by a couple with casual staff. Net profit $187,321 for 2015/16 Contact Barry Bolwell from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 633ML (quote when enquiring) Location: The Hay Shire incorporates the town of Hay and the villages of Booligal, Maude and One Tree. Travellers will arrive in the Shire via the Sturt, Mid Western or Cobb Highways which intersect at Hay. A friendly rural community, Hay is situated on the picturesque Murrumbidgee River, about halfway between Sydney and Adelaide and just over 400 kilometres from Melbourne. Hay is a progressive and proactive community with agriculture the main base of the economy but in recent years the community has embraced tourism. This diversification has created a range of employment and business opportunities in the private and government sector. Hay's geography, climate and environment are conducive to a range of agricultural and pastoral activity. The Hay Shire is well known for its Merino sheep and wool industry as well as producing a diverse range of commercial crops such as rice, corn, cotton and wheat. Irrigated horticultural land produces lettuce, rockmelon, broccoli, grapes and garlic. Hay is centrally located to transport this produce to markets in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra. The potential to value add in the horticultural industry is extensive. Property Code: 1546
A fantastic opportunity to enjoy a quality lifestyle in a country atmosphere.Clean and well maintained caravan park with a mix of cmaping sites, powered caravan sites and tourist accommodation that gives this park a long, profitable income.A small regional town situated on the Murumbidgee River make this an ideal location to enjoy your combined business and working lifestyle.Prominent Highway location with easy access. Net profit $148,360 for 2016/17 (as provided by vendor) Contact Barry Bolwell from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 332CPF (quote when enquiring) Location: A friendly rural community, Hay is situated on the picturesque Murrumbidgee River, about halfway between Sydney and Adelaide and just over 400 kilometres from Melbourne. Hay is a progressive and proactive community with agriculture the main base of the economy but in recent years the community has embraced tourism. This diversification has created a range of employment and business opportunities in the private and government sector. Hay's geography, climate and environment are conducive to a range of agricultural and pastoral activity. The Hay Shire is well known for its Merino sheep and wool industry as well as producing a diverse range of commercial crops such as rice, corn, cotton and wheat. Irrigated horticultural land produces lettuce, rockmelon, broccoli, grapes and garlic. Hay is centrally located to transport this produce to markets in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra. The potential to value add in the horticultural industry is extensive. Property Code: 2618
Recently renovated.34 bright and spacious ground floor units, all with ensuites.2 wheelchair access units with disabled bathrooms.Pool, WI FI, Foxtel, guest laundry and room service breakfast.Undercover parking and additional large vehicle parking.2 bedroom 2 bathroom manager's unit with 3 car spaces.Fabulous reviews on TripAdvisor and review sites and an occupancy increase.Located halfway between Brisbane and Sunshine Coast. Located in the heart of Caboolture and within walking distance of the train station, local RSL and supermarkets, this motel has it all and more!! New 10 month contract for workers accommodation, adding a projected extra $150,000 net income for 2018. Net profit $280,000 (projected) Contact Mark English from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2519ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Caboolture is an urban centre approximately 44 kilometres north of Brisbane. It has evolved into a commuter township of around 40,000 people on the edges of Greater Brisbane. White sandy beaches, stunning mountain scenery and charming country villages await visitors to the Caboolture Shire. With such diversity in lifestyle and scenic attractions, the Caboolture Shire has all the charm and character to delight visitors. The regular fast trains, which take less than an hour, transport residents to and from work in the city. The staples of the local economy are the service industries, dairying, mixed farming, timber, cattle and tropical fruit. Caboolture Hub has fast become the place to be seen in the Moreton Bay Region. The fantastic new facility continues to amaze residents and visitors with its technology, conference facilities, training and meeting room hire, business and educational workshops, gallery exhibitions and library activities. Property Code: 2622
This great property on Bourbong St is available now. Divided into 3 Shops Fully Tenanted Current Leases established 2004 2006 and new 2017 Car parking Area to rear of the property plus Easement Access to Woongarra Street Amenities Block to rear with separate Toilets for each tenancy The owner is keen to sell and will consider any reasonable interest in this building. Call the exclusive agents Brant Duff John Pappalardo at Ray White Bundaberg for further information and to arrange your inspection.
An exceptionally presented Leasehold Motel.38 quality units situated on 4,095 sqm.Located across from a Bowling Club No Cooking!Turnover approaching $1.3m.Long 25 years left on the Lease.Exceptional 4 bedroom residence.Dubbo is a leading Regional Motel City.Opportunities like this are rare contact us now for further details! Net Profit $371,646 for 2016/17 Contact David Head and Peter McHugh from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 443ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Ideally located at the intersection of major road and rail routes and an air transport hub, the City is a thriving business centre servicing a regional population in excess of 120,000 people with a population of 42,000. The city is a thriving regional home to people who enjoy close proximity to extensive medical, health, welfare, educational, recreational, cultural and shopping facilities, while State and Federal government departments have established regional offices in the City. You can live close to where you work, so you can have a fulfilling career and time to spend on yourself and your family. Here you can achieve an optimal work/life balance. The city offers an affordable rental and real estate market, provides first rate medical services to one third of the State, and has a well established pre school, public and private education network. Local industries include retail, health, manufacturing, transport, tourism, education, construction, business services, agricultural and government services. Property Code: 2616
Wanted: A big dose of enthusiasm!The current owners are tired and want a change.Huge opportunity to buy in at a bargain price and go forward.31 units with underutilised Dining room.Potential growth in all areas.Spacious 3 bedroom residence.Located in one of Regional NSW's major Cities .You be the one to give it a new lease of life!Contact us now for further details. Net profit $125,000 average over last 3 years Contact David Head from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 1260ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Tamworth is a dynamic, modern and progressive city and a major regional service centre with an easy going lifestyle and a strong economy. Manufacturing, health and community services, education, logistics, wholesale trades, food processing and tourism and hospitality provide a solid economic base for the city. Retail is the biggest employer, and there's a strong base in property and financial service sectors, aviation and construction. Agriculture generates significant economic activity, and so does the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre. Tamworth is a vibrant, easy going place, a top Evocity where the lifestyle means work isn't such a hard stretch and there's plenty of time after work to play sport, play with the kids or just take it easy. Salary rates in regional cities like Tamworth are comparable to Sydney salaries, if not better for many career sectors but the biggest bonus is in the work/life balance. You get to enjoy it more as a result of lower housing costs, less time travelling to and from work and improved cost of living. There are a lot of reasons why the Tamworth region is attracting people and businesses. People are attracted to the lifestyle, the healthy environment, a vibrant retail sector, excellent sporting facilities and many employment opportunities. Property Code: 2614
A fantastic opportunity to enjoy a quality lifestyle in a country atmosphere.A new 25 year lease offered at settlement.Sensible commencing rental.Clean and well maintained caravan park.A long established business with stable income.A good mix of camping, powered caravan sites and tourist accommodation that give this park a long profitable income.A small regional town situated on the Murumbidgee River make this an ideal location to enjoy your combined business and working lifestyle.Prominent Highway location with easy access.Current operators need to retire.Hay is the preferred place to rest after a long drive. Enjoy the country lifestyle.. Net profit $88,360 for 2016/17 (as provided by vendor) Contact Barry Bolwell from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 332CPL (quote when enquiring) Location: A friendly rural community, Hay is situated on the picturesque Murrumbidgee River, about halfway between Sydney and Adelaide and just over 400 kilometres from Melbourne. Hay is a progressive and proactive community with agriculture the main base of the economy but in recent years the community has embraced tourism. This diversification has created a range of employment and business opportunities in the private and government sector. Hay's geography, climate and environment are conducive to a range of agricultural and pastoral activity. The Hay Shire is well known for its Merino sheep and wool industry as well as producing a diverse range of commercial crops such as rice, corn, cotton and wheat. Irrigated horticultural land produces lettuce, rockmelon, broccoli, grapes and garlic. Hay is centrally located to transport this produce to markets in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra. The potential to value add in the horticultural industry is extensive. Property Code: 2421