At the gateway to Kimberley, minutes from the Indian Ocean and 800m from a magnificent tidal lagoon, Port Smith Caravan Park's spectacular natural diversity inspires a strong tourism following. Located 160km south of Broome and 380km north of Port Hedland, Port Smith Caravan Park is a popular resting stop for tourists along the Great Northern Highway. This spacious shady retreat offers a myriad of recreational fishing, aquatic and onshore adventures including 9-hole golf course, bird sanctuary and unspoilt coastline.
A well-established business, Port Smith Caravan Park occupies 3.88ha, with an additional 198.83 ha featuring an airstrip and grazing permit. Available as a going concern on a walk-in-walk-out basis, this rare north-west coast investment opportunity has arisen due to retirement. Established in 2000, Port Smith Caravan Park underwent extensive improvements between 2013-16 to ensure a continued high standard and great variety of accommodation. In conjunction with a proven trading history, these works will assist future owners to maintain an attractive level of profitability without the need for significant capital expenditure. Countless possibilities exist for new owners to maximise on the park's established reputation and attract increased visitation through ecotourism, indigenous and cultural history.
As a popular tourist destination, Port Smith Caravan Park provides multiple guest accommodation facilities including cabins, caravan and camping sites. Amenities include shop and owner's residence, staff residence, power and water supply, airstrip, laundry facilities, ablutions, BBQs, public phone / wifi access, boat wash down area and 9-hole bush golf course. Port Smith Caravan Park is licensed for 98 powered sites, 8 unpowered van sites, 4 self-contained cabins and 16 budget rooms. Of strong appeal to park guests is the cleanliness of its facilities and well-kept grounds with the all-weather road a drawcard.
The coastline surrounding Port Smith Caravan Park offers endless opportunities for exploration, from the 6km mangrove-fringed tidal lagoon to the stunning sea cliffs leading down to the ocean. Recreational fishing options abound: cast a line from the sand flats to reel in a snapper, then take to the crystal clear waters on a boat trip to spot dolphins and turtles. Set in stunning red sand country, the Western Australian landscape comes alive with an amazing range of wildflowers, birdlife and kangaroos - a treat for national and international visitors alike.
- Rare north-west coast investment opportunity
- 3.88ha leasehold Port Smith Caravan Park
- Additional 198.38ha Airstrip and Grazing permit
- Well-established business: owners retiring
- Extensive recent capital upgrades and improvements
- WIWO, offered as going concern
- Adjacent to Port Smith Lagoon, 1km to ocean
- Kimberley tourism hub with an abundance of wildlife
- Recreational fishing and aquatics plus 9-hole golf course
- Spacious shady haven 160km south of Broome
- All weather road 23km from Great Northern Highway