One of Queensland’s best and most profitable backpacker businesses. The business has been totally upgraded in the last 12 months and now consists of 81 rooms with a total of 247 beds and 15 camping sites.

Key Features

  • Unique business opportunity
  • Comfortable two bedroom manager’s unit
  • Fleet of 15 vehicles
  • Unique business with established practices and contact staff
  • Major supplier of labour to the surrounding area
  • Strong existing relationships

 

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Key Details

Listing Ref: FH005560
Property Type: Backpackers
Region: QLD - Central
Suburb: Childers
Sale Type: Freehold Going Concern
Net Profit: $731,000
Price: $4,300,000

Listing Agent(s)

Agent Feedback

Selling our Canberra property was a big step for us after 22 years. It was a complex ‘hybrid’ sale that involved management rights plus a large number of freehold units. It also hinged on gaining the agreement of many other individual owners to sell their units. Ian Crooks and Russell Rogers of Resort Brokers Australia handled what were lengthy negotiations with diligence, persistence and discretion. Their insight and knowledge of the market were invaluable in getting the deal across the line. At the same time, their patience and attentive service helped to smooth the whole process for us. Resort Brokers' expertise delivered a successful result for everyone involved.

- Jim Stanwell
Vendor,
Canberra Capital Executive Apartment Hotel

 I was very impressed with Ian's close involvement with the whole contract, due diligence and settlement phases, which can be quite problematic at times if not handled carefully. Their knowledge, understanding of the process and contacts within the Motel industry are enormous and I look forward to working with both of them again in the future.

- Richard Arbon ARBON PROPERTY GROUP PTY LTD
Managing Director,
Arbon Property Group

Industry specialisation, a focussed approach and a lot of energy - Ian and his Resort Brokers team are delivering what the market they serve, needs.

- John Smith CEO, HORWATH HTL AUSTRALIA