- 13 units ranging from dorm to family suites.
- Guest kitchen.
- Large covered verandah 'common area'.
- Extensive landscape and refurbishment works recently completed.
- Potential to grow the business and add significant value.
- Comfortable 3-bed owner's residence with secure rear yard.
- $155k price reduction.
This business is just waiting for a purchaser to come in and take advantage of all the work the vendors have undertaken over the past few years. Comfortable rooms with a variety of accommodation styles plus a large covered common room, landscaped barbeque area and a community kitchen.
Whale watching (May-June & Sept-Nov), Penguins (Sept-Jan), fishing, kayaking, bike riding, surfing, bushwalking, golfing and horse riding are some of the many activities in the area for the holiday market, in addition to travel and work market.
Contact Mike Herringe from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.
Property ID: 1574MF (quote when enquiring)
Location: Narooma is a little coastal haven surrounded by world-class beaches and the serenely beautiful Wagonga Inlet. Renowned for its pristine environment and for the whales, seals and penguins that frequent Montague Island 9km offshore, it also boasts one of the top public golf courses in Australia and unparalleled inlet, reef and ocean fishing. Narooma is a three-hour drive south-east of Canberra, a five-hour drive south of Sydney and an eight-hour drive north of Melbourne.
This small town is big on all those things that make Australia special - great climate, undeveloped beaches, expansive eucalypt forests, abundant and spectacular native wildlife, fabulous food, and people who appreciate that they live in one of the best spots on the planet. On top of that, its oysters are the best in Australia and the fishing is so good.
Narooma has a diverse range of individual shops - there are supermarkets, butchers, bakeries, bottle shops - everything you'd expect from a vibrant small town. The local seafood is among the best on the planet, and you can watch the boat pull up and then buy that morning's freshly filleted catch.