Tourism Region: Fraser Coast
An idyllic waterfront lifestyle and a thriving business in one, this is a unique and highly sought-after opportunity not to be missed. The Wharf Maryborough has been an iconic landmark along the mighty Mary River for more than 25 years and it could be all yours. . Both locals and tourists alike flock to this bustling riverfront attraction renowned for its family-friendly atmosphere, peaceful ambience and selection of boutique shops and accommodation options. . The Wharf Maryborough consists of three freehold titles plus one seabed lease with 31 years remaining. The extremely popular marina is made up of a 120-metre floating pontoon along with 13 registered swing moorings. The RV / Caravan park is a popular choice for visitors eager to explore the historic town of Maryborough. . At the heart of the complex is the restaurant and function deck, both expertly crafted to take full advantage of the glorious river views. Four additional leased shopfronts are also set within the establishment including a hair salon and massage therapist for the ultimate pampering experience. . For those looking to enjoy the marina but are without a boat, RV or Caravan, there are two bed and breakfast units offering well-appointed contemporary accommodation for couples or families. There’s a laundromat on-site for added convenience along with a comfortable self-contained manager’s residence and an office/reception. . Dreaming of a sea change? This is your chance to leave behind the hustle and bustle of busy city life and embark on a new exciting venture with a proven track record of success. . - Thriving business and lifestyle opportunity in the historic town of Maryborough - Iconic family-owned and operated business with more than 25 years in operation - Multiple revenue streams including a marina, RV / Caravan park and two B&B units - Five leased shopfronts including a restaurant with an additional function deck - Self-contained manager’s residence with a private riverfront balcony - Easy walk along the river to the centre of Maryborough and a host of attractions - 1.5 hours to Bundaberg, 2 hours to the Sunshine Coast and 3 hours to Brisbane
71 Wharf St , Maryborough, 4650, Queensland
ABOUT THIS REGION The Fraser Coast Region is an area in the Wide Bay-Burnett region of Queensland about 250 kilometres (160 mi) north of Brisbane. It is centred on the twin cities of Hervey Bay and Maryborough, and also contains Fraser Island. It was created in 2008 from a merger of the Cities of Maryborough and Hervey Bay and the Shires of Woocoo and most of Tiaro. The Fraser Coast region is a rare destination, filled with natural wonders and some of the world's most unique attractions. It boasts World Heritage listed Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world, and the Great Sandy Strait with its calm protected waters and abundant marine life. And then there's Hervey Bay, the whale watching capital of Australia and a popular access point to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. On Fraser Island you can four wheel drive along the highway of sand on the ocean beaches or explore the sandy tracks that lead through thick forest to secret lakes, hidden in subtropical rainforest, their glassy surfaces reflecting the vegetation and deep blue sky. Home to possums, gliders, wallabies and dingoes, Fraser supports rainforest trees such as satinay and brush box, some more than 1000 years old. There is resort accommodation and camping facilities on the island and tours available to see the breathtaking sites including the Wreck of the Maheno, Central Station, Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek and The Cathedrals. Around 7000 Humpback whales migrate through the Fraser Coast each year - a 6000 kilometre journey from Antarctica. There is no better place to experience their antics and their awesome size than close up on a whale watching cruise in the protected waters of Hervey Bay. Pods of humpback whales seek out the haven of Hervey Bay's calm seas from July – November, in Hervey Bay’s designated Marine Park zone. INDUSTRY RESOURCES Regional Tourism Website : Fraser Coast Regional Tourism Website : Queensland Tourism Research and Statistics : Tourism and Events Queensland Local Councils : QLD Councils CREDITS Information Source : Wikipedia Information Source : Queensland Tourism Image Credit : Lake Mckenzie : Tourism and Events Queensland : Peter Lik Regional Map : Copyright 2014 GoPanda Communications GoPanda
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