Lot 2 Yardie Creek Road
Exmouth


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Paradise and Profit: Ningaloo Tourism Icon


On the tip of the North West Cape, by Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park,
the Ningaloo Lighthouse Caravan Park is a beacon for national and international tourism, drawing thousands of visitors to explore the spectacular wonders of nature on the largest fringing coral reef in Australia. This well-established business with strong cashflow occupies a rare patch of paradise and is one of very few freehold properties in the area, on 14.8 hectares. Extensive improvements include a wide range of holiday accommodation licensed for 720 visitors, plus shop, cafe, recreation facilities, staff housing and a heritage homestead. The retirement of the current owners offers an exceptional opportunity to purchase this scarce freehold land and business as a going concern.

Recognised by UNESCO World Heritage listing as one of the richest marine environments on the planet, Ningaloo Reef is a tourist mecca. Located about 1200 kilometres north of Perth in Western Australia, it is famous for its colourful coral gardens, whale sharks, humpback whales, dolphins, dugongs, manta rays, turtles and tropical fish. Exmouth Shire predicts significant growth in annual visitor numbers, from 200,000 in 2013 to 400,000 by 2020 and the Ningaloo Lighthouse Caravan Park is perfectly placed to profit from this increasing passion for nature tourism.

At the base of the historic Vlamingh Head Lighthouse and fifteen minutes from Exmouth township, the Ningaloo Lighthouse Caravan Park offers chalets, cabins, bungalows, caravan and camping sites including new overflow sites, shop, cafe, pool and tennis court. The renovated 1900 homestead includes a private pool, and there are additional caretaker's quarters and a staff accommodation unit. Other improvements include ablution blocks, camper's kitchen, laundries, workshop and storage sheds, satellite communications and fuel bowsers.

The business has been run by highly experienced tourism operators, being family owned and managed by the current proprietors since 1995. The new owners can step into an existing enterprise without the need for major capital expenditure and create a bright future in an extraordinary and treasured region that is unique in the world.

- Iconic Ningaloo tourism business
- Rare 14.8 hectares freehold land
- Offered as a going concern
- UNESCO World Heritage tourist mecca
- Accommodates up to 720 visitors
- Chalets, cabins, bungalows, caravans, camping
- Shop, cafe
- Extensive improvements
- Renovated heritage homestead