Turtle Trail Retreat - $499,000


Turtle Trail Retreat

Tourism Region: Fraser Coast

Ocean breeze 6 bedroom 2 story freehold home

Exceed 25% return on the business price while living the dream in this tastefully maintained, large and spacious home. The idyllic location of this property, a block from the ocean, will keep you busy all year round; capturing a market that includes tourists, professionals, seasonal workers, reuniting families, sporting groups, seaside holiday makers, and homestay guests. You will be a price maker in a market that offers little competition. The owners believe there are additional growth opportunities for this home-based business located in an emerging coastal town that’s experiencing rapid economic development. The use of flexible multi-platform accommodation portals, combined with the dynamic market mix this unique lifestyle property business, will require minimal effort for maximum return. You will enjoy idyllic weather, local beach and boat ramp, turtles, whales & sea life. Close by there’s the Mon Repos turtle rookery, Diving opportunities, Rum Distillery and departure for the southern Great Barrier Reef islands of Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliott. The large home nestled in a quiet seaside village features a generous garden, large shed, automatic salt water pool, two separate living areas and a huge upstairs deck. There are 6 rooms with 5 rooms available for bookings and 1 for the owner. For large group bookings the house will accommodate 15 people with 11 beds that include 4 Queen size, 2 King Singles, and 5 Roll out single beds. The sale price includes all fixtures and fittings required for accommodating guests but does not include the owners’ personal effects. The current owners manage full-time jobs while working the business, it’s that simple. Living here is like travelling the world without buying a ticket!

Property Address

42 Nielson Avenue, Burnett Heads, Bundaberg, 4670, Queensland

  • Contact Gabby King for more information.

  • 42 Nielson Avenue
  • Burnett Heads
  • 0412799014
  • [email protected]


  • Awesome lifestyle business
  • Southern Great Barrier Reef departure point
  • 6 bedroom 2 story tastefully decorated
  • Salt water automatic pool & huge shed

The Essentials

  • Asking Price: $499,000
  • Bundaberg, Queensland

Other Information

  • Business & Freehold
  • Currently Operating
  • WIWO
  • Turnover: 30,000
  • Net Profit: 30,000

Category Information

  • Accommodation
  • Bed and Breakfast / B&B

Fraser Coast

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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