The re-stapled business and title of the seaside Dingo Beach Hotel is off the leash for the first time in many years, representing a rare slice of paradise.
The pub is located in Queensland’s idyllic Whitsundays region, around 40 minutes north-west of bustling Airlie Beach, with the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef offshore.
Holding a 2,884sqm oceanfront lot with full beachfront access, it consists of a public bar, popular food operation, eight two-bedroom holiday units and a convenience store, plus a three-bedroom owner’s residence.
Across the sand is a protected beach, where sightings of migrating whales, turtles, dolphins, manta rays and other marine animals are common.
The Whitsunday region is popular year-round, courtesy of its northern climate, and the business enjoys both reliable trade throughout the seasons and minimal local competition.
Selling is a private vendor who has owned the title for “many years”, but who sold the operations in a lease, prior to COVID.
The landlord decided the time was right to sell the deeds, and the tenant has opted to join them, to upgrade the nature of the sale in a hot climate for pub assets.
“Queensland is world-renowned for its beautiful landscapes and pristine beaches, with the Whitsundays often regarded as the best of the best,” offers JLL Hotels’ Mark Walsh.
“Anyone would be hard pressed to find a better representation of this than Dingo Beach.”
The freehold going concern of the Dingo Beach Hotel is being sold via Private Treaty.