Tourist Hotel and Apartments – Tasmania South East Coast
A unique investment opportunity to secure a prime waterfront location in Tasmania’s South East Peninsula complete with an established hotel business of 40 room that accommodates up to 120 guests.
South East Tasmania Peninsula coast and crystal blue beachfront, specatucular natural landsscape nearby the historic tourist destination of Port Arthur. An hour from Hobart, the locaton offers a unique wilderness experience for on land and sea.
Re-development potential abounds, from minor upgrades to proposed $2 million internal redesign, howver a new investor can put their own stamp on the future to meet the growth in tourism Tasmania. Over 1.5 million visitors per year, South East Tasman Peninsula is booming, and with support of Local and State Government, there is potential to develop further supply chain and tourism links, in addition to onsite expansion of the existing facilities.
Hotel management, customer service, marketing and bias towards International Tourist and cultural awareness are essential skills to manage and operate the business successfully.
Hotel Resort and Accommodation Apartments are 24 hours and 7 days per week.
Not Applicable: Land and Building are included, approximately 2 hectares of land for existing complex.
Ranges between 20 to 40 employees between low and high season, a mix of permanent and casual employees
Reason for Sale
Owners represent an Australian Publically Listed Company, that wish to divest after ten yeasr under direction from their Shareholders.
The business has a rich 60 year history with ownership in the hands os several large Australian Public Corporations that used the facilities as a rest and recreation retreat for its management team and guests.
About the Business
The busness can accommodate upwards of 120 people from it present 40 rooms, and with development plans STCA, could be expanded upwards to 300 guests. and staff. The business provides full accommodation and guest services including fine dining, breakfast, lunch and cafeteria and facilitates tourism services. Near 2 hectares of land, prime ocean front, pristine water views is a scarcity. A new investor could purchase the land and building, operate the business in its current form while laying out the blue print for redevelopment under support of various interest groups and stakeholders, including the Tasmanian Government.