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A favourite of the 18 to 30 years market. So close to the city centre Extremely long lease. Are you looking for a good time, long time or both? Keep doing the 'same old, same old' for the next five years and you'll take away a pre tax income of well over $1.5 million. There's even more upside with the backpacker's market offering potentially 26 beds and a chance to run hot from September to April. Since the suits of China came to Tasmania, the entire island has taken off there's no stopping it, with direct flights planned for next year subject to airport development. Launceston one of the short break favourites for mainlanders with flights from $29 one way, and a host of AFL teams and their supporters many times, over the 23 week home and away season. THIS IS A LEASEHOLD SALE YOU ARE BUYING THE BUSINESS. IT IS NOT A FREEHOLD SALE YOU ARE NOT BUYING THE LAND AND IMPROVEMENTS Net profit $364,461 for 2016/17 Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 61HF (quote when enquiring) Location: Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city and has redefined itself as a cultural hub with vibrant cafes, museums and open parkland. Only a quick direct flight from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Launceston oozes modern refinement and easy charm. Immerse yourself in the city's rich cultural heritage and enjoy a thriving food and wine scene amongst the backdrop of vibrant Georgian streetscapes. The boutique riverside city is located at the head of the picturesque Tamar Valley and boasts magnificent natural attractions including the spectacular Cataract Gorge Reserve and beautiful parks and gardens. Launceston is an ideal base to discover the many natural and historic attractions of the Tamar Valley without fuss or frenzy. Greater Launceston has a population of around 100,000. The city has the charm and pace of a regional centre and the facilities of a much larger city, but without the crowding, traffic, litter and crime. Launceston has the freshest air, the healthiest climate, and the wildest places are available right on the city's doorstep. Property Code: 2477
Sitting on the banks of the Derwent River, just 30 minutes drive from Hobart, this stunning 1830's mansion has had only 5 owners in an approaching 200 year history of settlement of Tasmania. 'Tynwald' currently operates a licenced restaurant with a fully licenced commercial kitchen, and offers both bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation. The mansion is set amid over 14 hectares of beautiful riverfront land on several titles in the picturesque Derwent Valley. Within the grounds there is the original mill dating from 1820, the first flour mill in the district. "The Granary" C1822 formerly the grain store, has been converted to a self catering cottage. The rich history of this elegant mansion has been retained with stained glass windows, functional fireplaces, timber work and some rooms with pressed metal ceilings. All rooms are furnished with genuine antiques, giving it a special ambience. The veranda that wraps around the mansion features lace fretwork and views across the grounds to the Derwent river below. With 10 bedrooms in total, and 7 bathrooms currently configured as 7 guest suites in addition to private owners space in the upper level. The ground floor also boasts an a la carte restaurant and drawing room, a study/office, a grand entry hall as well as a country ambient breakfast room featuring the original flagstone floors, plus a commercial kitchen with a walk in cool room and pantry. The manicured gardens surrounding the home feature a lawned pool area and a full size tennis court as well as garaging for 3 cars and workshop, while modern power infrastructures includes gas powered hot water and a 7.5kW solar system on the garage roof. The Derwent Valley is a flourishing tourist and antiques trail with wineries and distilleries as well as being the gateway to the South West, Mount Field National Park the Maydena Mountain Bike Park. Buy to enjoy as a grand home, continue as a thriving restaurant BB with the opportunity to further develop the land attached to this home as an expanded business or residential development. The options here are endless.
Absolutely no food involved in daily operation.Town centre location with cafe's and restaurants an easy stroll away.Variety of rooms from budget, premium and 2 b/r apartment.Owner's residence with new kitchen and bathroom , wide ocean views.Popular east coast location midway Hobart and Launceston.25 year lease low rent of $134,096 (plus GST).Trading figures consistently increasing.38.5% return on purchase price the best on today's market.Relief managers available within the town. Net profit $345,000 estimated for 2016/17 Contact John Warren from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection. Property ID: 2222ML (quote when enquiring) Location: Swansea is the oldest seaside town on Tasmania's East Coast. Today, Swansea is a major stop for any Tasmania Holiday. The position on the Great Oyster Bay and proximity to World Heritage listed natural attractions will provide visitors with lots to see and do. Located 134 kilometres northeast of Hobart on the pristine east coastline, Swansea has a population of 530. The area is ideal for fishing, swimming and diving, or relaxing on the beach overlooking Great Oyster Bay and the beautiful Freycinet National Park. Play golf on the scenic Swansea Golf Course, bowls next door or indulge in a glass of wine on the balcony at sunset. Property Code: 2360
Positioned to perfection only 20 minutes from Hobart CBD and 10 minutes from Hobart Airport, Best Friends Pet Resort provides the opportunity to combine a family friendly lifestyle with a long established integrated cat and dog boarding, transport and grooming service offering multiple streams of income. Best Friends Pet Resort is a locally owned and operated private company providing premium quality boarding facilities for Dogs and Cats. In the last financial year, this extraordinary pet resort provided over 3,000 services to its loyal customers and their pets. Best Friends has a reputation for quality pet care that has been built up over 20 plus years. Since taking over in 1995 the current owners have built an enviable reputation as a provider of high quality boarding services and currently can accommodate up to 60 dogs and 30 cats with room for expansion. The kennels and cattery are fully enclosed and insulated with separate exercise areas. The grooming salon is fully equipped and has a database of regular clientele. We also provide intrastate, interstate and international pet transport operations through our Agencies with several major Australian Animal Shipping Companies. We have fully fitted animal transport vehicles with a reputation for safe, on time delivery of our client’s precious pets. We utilise a fully computerised administration system and web and social media sites plus our existing client databases are included in the sale. Multiple Streams of Income Include: Secure boarding for up to 60 dogs and 30 cats with room for growth Professional dog grooming service Ancillary boarding services such as walks for dogs, individual playtime and extra exercise State, National and International pet transport and shipping service Features of this amazing business opportunity include: Long established for over 45 years Training will be provided Significant opportunity to add a cat grooming service and additional retail options Access to a range of veterinary practices. Trained, experienced and passionate staff Marketing well established website and Facebook page Constantly growing and loyal database of repeat clientele Room for expansion and growth 2.5 hectare property has an elevated solid brick of home of 56 Squares on two levels situated perfectly to catch the stunning 180 degree ocean views. All equipment is included in price – kennel hygiene and cleaning equipment, food preparation and storage equipment, ride on lawn mower and much more Two Toyota Hi Ace vans one of which is custom fitted for pet transport Office administration hardware – custom software and equipment. If you love pets and if you are interested in owning and operating a long established, profitable and very secure business, then you must enquire about the Best Friends Pet Resort! With a beautiful home, stunning ocean views and a fiercely loyal and constantly growing large database of clientele, what more could you want! A new owner can walk in and start making money from day one… what are you waiting for? Pick up the phone and call the number above today!
FOR SALE OR LEASE Ray White Hobart are excited to offer the Midlands Hotel For Sale or Lease by way of Expressions of Interest closing Friday November 18th. The Midlands Hotel is prominently located on the Main Street of Oatlands and is one of only two Hotels servicing the historic township. Built in 1958 of brick and sandstone the hotel features Public bar, Function room, 5 upstairs guest rooms, Bottle shop, Managers flat, Gaming room (Approvals have been sought for the reintroduction of 12 machines), Tote Keno. The Hotel operates as a bar/food venue with gaming facilities (pending approval). They have a regular local clientele as well as good business from tourists who are attracted by the towns historic buildings and central location between Hobart and Launceston. The property also boasts Development Approval for a Boutique Hotel and Distillery. This is a very unique opportunity that will be well supported by local and state governments. The Midlands Hotel bar offers a warm, ambient atmosphere where one can enjoy casual drinks with friends, a game of pool or have a flutter on the races in the Tote. After a day of exploring come back to the Midlands Hotel and enjoy a freshly cooked meal and bottle of wine by a cosy log fire in the dining room. Whether its a weekend away, business trip or just dropping in, the friendly staff of the Midlands ensure every guests visit is one to remember.
Ninth Island is an island situated in the Bass Strait between Melbourne & Tasmania. It is said there are nearly 5000 islands around Tasmania & only nine are freehold. Ninth Island is about 1.3 km long, 550 meters wide, covering 40 acres (160,390 square meters). You can build your own pre made villa with a solar system & rain water on this private island for just a few hundred thousand dollars, then reap the benefits of capital appreciation as the worth of the completed project could be potentially worth a few millions. From the vineyards in northern Tasmania, Ninth Island is clearly visible. Tasmania's most famous wine is named after this "Ninth Island". The island is a paradise for wild animals, including penguins, dolphins and seals and numerous native birds. Princess Mary of Denmark's grandfather's boat was wrecked in the Bass Strait and the survivors reached Ninth Island and were rescued. Ninth Island is a short helicopter flight or 12km by boat from Tasmania's mainland. The Waterhouse Island next door just sold recently for $5.5m Inspection: By Appointment Only if it is necessary, otherwise just google Ninth Island
Unique opportunity to purchase tenanted property in town centre. Located in coastal town of Scotsdale. Leased out to secure Government Department. 7 Year Lease Remaining. (Can be increased). Rental of $12,000 Plus GST per Annum. All outgoings and expenses paid by tenant. No Cost to OWNER. 100% Profit. Located in town centre. Site fully maintained and looked after. For more information and copy of lease and details please email or call Fay Medawar on 0400 565 668.
We are privileged to offer this unique and thriving tourism opportunity for sale. Gumleaves is set amid 400 acres of natural bushland. Relax and rejuvenate yourself in this peaceful bush environment and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Gumleaves Bush Holidays offers a range of accommodation options to cater for individuals, through to large groups of 150 people or more. Gumleaves is a family owned and operated business and offer a haven for families, backpackers, campers and people touring Tasmania in a caravan or motorhome. There is a range of self contained cabins, camping grounds, powered caravan sites and dormitory style rooms, ideal for larger groups. Gumleaves Bush Holidays is sure is provide hours of entertainment for the whole family. You can take a rowboat out on the lake, or visit the museum and the blacksmith and #x92;s shop to get an inkling of life as a pioneer. Get back to nature and go bush walking and try to spot some wildlife. Get physical in the adventure playgrounds or test your strength and speed on the Extreme Obstacle Course. Wander around the deer park, or have a hit on the full size tennis court. Gumleaves is also conveniently located near other East Coast attractions, including beaches, Maria Island and Freycinet National Parks, Wielangta Rainforest, or visit the convict built and #x91;Spiky Bridge and #x92; or the seaside towns of Triabunna and Swansea. and #x92; Gumleaves is located approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes and #x92; drive (105km) north east of Hobart and approximately two hours and #x92; drive (165km) south east of Launceston.
Freehold Convenience Store/Supermarket and #x26; Takeaway and above store residence in Snug. Established Freehold Convenience Store/Supermarket and Takeaway on large block of approx. 1750m2 including above store residence. Possible development opportunity to build residential units (STCA). Ideal location on busy main road in Snug and 200 metres to the beach, 150 metres to the Caravan park. Located just 15 minutes from Kingston and 25 minutes from Hobart and on a popular tourist route. This family business operates as a supermarket selling groceries and other essentials. There is also a well established take away food business which includes exotic Korean food. Open 7 days a week and has regular clientele and is a profitable business. The above store residence has three Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, and Dining. Interested parties please contact Yolanda Han or Andrew Wells for further information.
Built at the turn of the last century as a gentleman and #x92;s residence, Bellerive House has been magnificently restored by its current owners and for the past 10 years has been operating as a luxury bed and breakfast, hosting guests from all parts of the world who want a high end quality accommodation experience. It is a superb Heritage listed building, featuring all of the beautiful hallmarks of the Federation period thanks to a restoration and renovation with great attention to detail and an appreciation of the era. Original fireplaces, celery top pine floorboards, ceiling cornices all feature throughout the property, complemented with antiques, rich silk fabrics and beautiful colours and textures in fittings and furnishings. As a B and #x26;B, it has a premium location on Cambridge Road with beautiful views over the River Derwent and Mount Wellington Hobart landmarks that lend their names to two of the guest suites. It is 10 minutes to the airport and a central point or base to explore the city and beyond on day trips. On the second level, there are three double guest bedrooms, all with elegant five star ensuites and beautifully furnished in a mixture of antiques and purpose built furniture. They have under floor heating, heated towel rails and panel heaters for a cosy experience. The Mount Wellington suite has a free standing bath and double vanity unit. It is spacious and classy. Downstairs is an elegant guest sitting room overlooking the beautiful gardens, a breakfast room/dining room and an exquisite modern yet country style kitchen featuring Silestone granite benchtops, central island bench with skylight, Bosch double ovens with Smeg rangehood and a slate floor. French doors lead to a lovely courtyard with rose framed verandah, double carport and electric gates for convenience. Also on the ground floor is the owner and #x92;s retreat which includes a sitting room, office, bedroom, bathroom and walk in wardrobe. It is not hard to see why the business has such strong demand year round providing a solid income for its owners.
Over the past few decades, Orani Vineyard and Fruit Farm set in a beautiful location overlooking Pittwater near the historic township of Sorell has built a reputation for the production of super premium grapes for award winning table wines and fresh in season berries and stone fruit. In recent years, Pacific oysters grown on two leases have also contributed to the premium offering. With the hard work done, the business and property is on the market ready for new owners to take it to the next level with room for expansion in all areas if desired and a diversified year round income stream. Adding to future viability and sustainability is the recent completion of the South East Irrigation Scheme, which runs through the property. There is an entitlement of 15 megalitres, complementing the 100 megalitre dam. Currently there is a busy cellar door outlet and shopfront, oyster production facility, fruit orchards (cherries, apricots, raspberries, peaches and apples), a 3 hectare vineyard planted to Riesling and Pinot Noir and a magnificent modern and stylish homestead with farm stay accommodation. There are two leases attached to the oyster farming part of the operation: one on site at Pittwater and the second at Boomer Bay nearby. The oysters are processed at the farm and exported under the brand Ironstone Oysters to established channels locally, interstate and overseas. A manager will stay with the business to continue operating the oyster farm if required. All irrigation for crops is computerised. The homestead itself is striking in its presence, colour scheme, design features and quality furnishings, more at home in a Vogue magazine. It features a state of the art kitchen with black granite benchtops, island bench, walk in pantry, Sassafras joinery and Tas Oak flooring. The open plan dining, informal sitting area and formal lounge is quite stunning. The home features wide hallways, double doors at every access point, ceiling fans, ducted central heating and vacuum throughout, a huge deck to take in the amazing water and mountain views and maximum storage options. The design is such that it also could easily be adapted to a caf and #xE9; or restaurant with accommodation if required with four double bedrooms, three bathrooms and two kitchens in the layout. With just under 50 hectares in the offering, there is room for expansion options. The location is ideal from a visitor numbers perspective, 5 minutes from Sorell with its local pubs, eateres, supermarkets and shops and on the Arthur Highway to Port Arthur, one of the top 3 visited sites in Tasmania. It is 15 minutes from Hobart Airport and 30 minutes from the CBD. It also is close to historic Richmond and the Coal Valley vineyards.
The idyllic town of Derwent Bridge, located in Tasmania`s Central Highlands, is home to one of the most unique and exciting development opportunities available today ... With development approval issued for the construction of 60 Motel Units ... 5 Shops ... A tavern Along with plans in place for 125 one, two and three bedroom residential units ... Recreational facilities and more ...Situated on a site of extensive acreage ...With potential for a trout lake and forest walk ... All within close proximity to major tourism destinations Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park ...The Wall in the Wilderness ...And the pristine Franklin River ... This is Derwent Bridge Wilderness Resort. THE AREA The proposed Derwent Bridge Wilderness Resort is arguably one of the most exciting eco tourism development opportunities in Tasmania. Named after its crossing at the very start of the mighty Derwent River, the small town of Derwent Bridge is the gateway to Tasmania and #x92;s stunning western wilderness, being just five kilometres from Lake St. Clair and the world heritage listed Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park. Strategically positioned at the halfway point between Hobart and Strahan and being close to the state`s geographical centre, Derwent Bridge is readily accessible by road from all points on the compass. Being near the southern end of the world famous Overland track, Derwent Bridge is the perfect location for an overnight stay by bushwalkers in preparation for a day of leisurely lakeside strolls or longer forest walks. It also makes an ideal hub for those interested in trout fishing in nearby Lake King William or the many other lakes in the area. The surrounding wilderness provides a rich habitat for wildlife, including Tasmanian devils, echidna, platypus and several bird species. The Tasmanian Tiger used to roam freely in these parts. You never know ... you may still spot one today if you`re lucky. DEVELOPMENT The proposed Derwent Bridge Wilderness Resort is one of Tasmania`s most exciting eco tourism development opportunities. The concept includes the existing profitable Derwent Bridge Wilderness Hotel, which boasts towering ceilings incorporating extensive use of local timber, enormous fireplaces, a popular restaurant which caters for up to 150 people ... along with 7 motel units and backpacker accommodation for 40 people. Development approval has already been issued for the construction of the tavern, 5 shops and 60 motel units strata titled on the Hotel site. An ornamental lake can be provided at minimal cost and requires no permits. The Village site has village site has plans prepared for up to 125 one, two and three bedroom lodge style units. It is also proposed to provide an Activities Centre incorporating a lap pool, gymnasium, sauna and a number of multi purpose meeting rooms. These two sites constitute the major proportion of the land suitable for commercial and residential development in the Derwent Bridge area. In addition, there is potential in the future for commercial development along the Lyell Highway frontage Lindsay`s Paddock, 9.3 hectares of freehold land, can be included in the project if required. Its acquisition will provide a site for staff accommodation or further backpacker accommodation. There are also substantial long term Tasmanian Government leaseholds. A proposed footbridge over the Derwent River will offer easy access to all areas of the resort. The entire property will provide a full Tasmanian wilderness experience, including bushwalking and trout fishing. All in all, this impressive proposal encompasses in excess of 200 hectares of freehold and long term leasehold land ... The Derwent Bridge Wilderness Resort project is virtually ready for construction to commence. Unlike most Tasmanian wilderness tourism initiatives, this project is offered with almost all necessary permits and approvals already in place. All a developer would need to do is apply for the necessary building permits through Central Highlands Council. Offers over $3.2 Million are now invited from interested parties wishing to become involved in the development of this truly unique opportunity. For more information, contact Andrew Wells at Ray White Southern Tasmania.
An opportunity exists for an owner occupier to purchase as a freehold going concern a state of the art versatile export processing facility and well known Seafood Processing business located in Huonville. Erected on the property is a state of the art export processing facility consisting of office space, multiple processing areas currently utilised predominately for seafood but not limited to. Two large capacity blast freezers and multiple freezer rooms (see floor plan). The site is a purpose build export processing facility and currently holds the following licences and accreditation, EPA Level 2 License, A rated AQIS Accreditation, Current EU Accreditation and holds Accreditation for most Asian Countries. The business operating out of the facility is currently generating strong turnover and has identified a number of opportunities for growth and progression. The business is now ready to be taken to the next level.