Charleville, QLD 4470
Last updated: 6th October 2023
Listing ID: 44186
- 30 Parking spaces
- 1000.0m2 Floor area
- 40.0m2 Land area
FREEHOLD CARAVAN PARK SET ON 40 ACRES JUST 2 KM FROM TOWN & ONLY 13 YEARS OLD
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Charleville Bush Caravan Park is For Sale - FHGC - $950,000
There is no better time than now to buy the premium caravan park in Charleville, the largest town in SW Qld. 2021 turnover of almost $205,000 for the 9 months that the park is open.
Graham & Deb built and opened Charleville Bush Caravan Park 13 years ago and as much as they love it, it is time for new, energetic owners to enjoy this great lifestyle. They will continue to operate their other business Travel West Outback Tours (www.travelwest.com.au), which they established in Oct 1997.
Set on 40 acres just 2 kilometres from town, with power & town water, this 36-powered site caravan park has a strong cash flow, good history & reputation (see WikiCamps, TripAdvisor, Google), and plenty of room to grow the business, located in a fantastic spacious bush location.
Caravanning and travelling in Outback Queensland (https://www.outbackqueensland.com.au) is certainly a growth industry and Charleville is on the crossroads, from the east on the Warrego Way to Birdsville and the Matilda Way north to Longreach, Winton and beyond.
Charleville being one of the ‘hubs’ of Queensland’s Outback offers many things to see & do, from stargazing at the Cosmos Centre to meeting a Bilby, the Top Secret WWII tour and a tour of historic Hotel Corones. The local lawn bowls club also welcomes visitors to play seriously or socially and the Central Warrego Race Club holds seven meetings a year from March to November.
Currently, in excess of 40,000 visitors travel through every year with an average stay of almost 4 nights.
The Birdsville Big Red Bash and Birdsville Races are just two of the outback events that draw a large number of travellers through Charleville.
Eromanga, via Quilpie, is where you’ll find the remains of the largest dinosaur in Australia! It was the start of many dinosaur discoveries across Outback Queensland and almost 60 years later a niche paleo tourism industry is booming and the Eromanga Natural History Museum is part of this being on the Natural Sciences Loop (https://www.outbackqueensland.com.au/drive/natural-sciences-loop)
Murweh Shire (Charleville) recently received an $8M Federal Government Grant to build the Outback Museum of Australia (OMOA) and also do further improvements to the WWII Museum (see www.experiencecharleville.com.au) OMOA will celebrate the diversity of the Australian outback regions and reveal the true spirit of the outback, natural environments and the people who inhabit these regions. OMOA also aims to celebrate First Nations people and provide job opportunities specifically for this demographic. This is a very exciting development and will be a game-changer for Charleville.
The park includes 10 acres of bush and is set in a quiet bush setting where kangaroos and birds abound - a great opportunity to provide some highly sought-after cabin accommodation. The drive market for those without vans is on the increase.
Sale includes private fully furnished, reverse cycle air-conditioned owners/managers residence with spacious back deck, located 100 metres from office and 200 metres from caravan park.
Fully equipped spacious, airy office with reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Large open well-equipped workshop and new 2-bay shed with numerous additional items included in the sale to run the property, i.e... Kubota frontend loader with plenty of attachments, all mowing and trimming equipment, a museum of old gear, and heaps of old implements around the place.
All the gear you need to operate the business is included in the purchase price.
All Plant and equipment is unencumbered.
Some of the larger items included in the sale are:
• 1-Bedroom ‘Bush’ Cottage fully furnished for guests
• Separate large shed
. A larger shed near the cottage
• 10 years of firewood stacked up
When you do your due diligence, you’ll discover there is more to do in Charleville than you could imagine.
Charleville has daily flights to Brisbane (except Saturdays) with Rex Airlines.
Charleville Bush Caravan Park is not labour intensive and currently operates from the beginning of March through the end of November and closes for the Summer months & offers the new owners great opportunities to grow the business & enjoy the enormous growth in tourism to Outback Queensland.
A great lifestyle business with enormous opportunities for the new owners - we invite you to inspect and you'll see why we have enjoyed creating and building this great, relaxed caravan park.
Note: Authorisation of an NDA/confidentiality agreement will need to be signed prior to financials and further details being provided.
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This property is car dependent with almost all errands requiring a car. There are minimal transit options but it’s possible to get on a bus.
- Walker's Paradise
- Daily errands do not require a car
- Very Walkable
- Most errands can be accomplished on foot
- Somewhat Walkable
- Some errands can be accomplished on foot
- Car Dependent
- Most errands require a car
- Car Dependent
- Almost all errands require a car
- Rider's Paradise
- World-class public transportation
- Excellent Transit
- Transit is convenient for most trips
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- Many nearby public transportation options
- Some Transit
- A few nearby public transportation options
- Minimal Transit
- It is possible to get on a bus