Commercial Real Estate for sale in Cania

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  • Iconic Tourist Park For Sale - A Cash Generating Machine
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    Iconic Tourist Park For Sale - A Cash Generating Machine Price on Application
    Cania, QLD 107500 sqm

    Description: Big 4 Cania Gorge Holiday Park (previously known as Cania Gorge Caravan and Tourist Park) is a very well known caravan destination and one of the most highly regarded parks in Queensland. With the current owners looking to retire they have engaged LJ Hooker Commercial Brisbane to sell this property on their behalf. The property possesses the following key features: 151 powered sites 76 unpowered sites 27 cabins and villas 2 amenities blocks 2 camp kitchens Reception/café/shop/conference room Entertainment facilities, including an outdoor cinema Swimming pools and a very popular waterpark Assessed net maintainable income of $870,591 for the 2015 financial year Contact exclusive marketing agent Keir Kreis, for a full information memorandum, historical trading information and contract of sale Area: Land area: 107,500m2 (10.75 hectares) Location: Monto is the main centre of the North Burnett region and is approximately 515 kilometres north west of the state capital of Brisbane and approximately 95 kilometres south of Biloela. The closest major coastal towns are Gladstone and Bundaberg. With an area population of approximately 3,000 (of which 1,350 reside in the township of Monto), the main industries are beef, dairying, pigs, grains, lucerne and fooder crops, peanuts, beans, oil seed and timber/forestry. Big 4 Cania Gorge Holiday Park is situation in an area known as Cania. The Cania area is approximately 30 kilometres north west of the township of Monto and is predominately a rural area. The Cania area is well known for the Cania Gorge National Park and Cania Dam. The park lies on the banks of Three Moon Creek and Oaky Creek.