Holiday Park in the Bay of Plenty – Freehold Going Concern
About this business for sale in Bay of PlentyHoliday Park in the Bay of Plenty – Freehold Going Concern
An exciting opportunity has presented itself with this holiday park that has just come onto the market. It is a freehold going concern and features the following:
- A strategic location in the popular Bay of Plenty and in the heart of Kiwifruit country
- Approximately 45 minutes from Tauranga, Rotorua and Whakatane
- A short walk from the beach and the estuary
- A short drive from entertainment like 4 x 4 adventures, jet boating, blowkarting, golf, Kiwi 360, Comvita, cafes and restaurants
A variety of accommodation options are available and include a 4 bedroom lodge, cabins and power campsites.
A heated swimming pool, mini putt, table tennis, pool table, volley ball, a kids play area and BBQ facilities provide onsite entertainment for the whole family.
Income streams come from seasonal workers employed in the pack houses and orchards in the area, holiday makers and semi-permanent residents living on site. As a result of this the income is consistent through the year.
The land area is 1.2138 hectares and the land is freehold. The park has an attractive layout with extensive trees, shrubs and lawns.
The turnover exceeds $400,000 per annum (including GST) and the business yields a healthy profit.
This is a great opportunity to own a freehold property and a solid business in a desirable area – there are not many opportunities like this, so contact me today.
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+64 7 579 4994
+64 27 238 1450
*Sellers Discretionary Earnings, also known as EBPITD (Earnings Before Proprietors Compensation, Interest, Tax and Depreciation). This is the estimated total discretionary earnings (profit) for a business, usually based on historical trading.