Cooktown Orchid Travellers Park & Charlotte Street Retail Shops
Cooktown Orchid Travellers Park and Shops are situated on a one-acre block in the centre of Cooktown bounded by Charlotte, Walker and Adelaide Streets and Anzac Park. The Park has 27 sites and there are 3 shop units. The property is on one title.
The Travellers Park
The only tourist park located in Cooktown CBD is the first choice for many visitors. Facilities include a pool, an on-site van, a camp kitchen and a laundry. The management/office accommodation has one bedroom and a combined living, dining and kitchen area with a reception window – plenty of opportunities to upgrade to suit needs and living styles.
They rank highly on Wikicamps and Google. Current rates are $39 per site powered and $36 unpowered and $120 per night for the onsite van. An attractive friendly park in the middle of historic Cooktown. Sites to suit campers, caravans and RVs Surrounded by parkland and open space on three sides. Walk everywhere – A great base for enjoying all that Cooktown has to offer. Explore Cooktown’s fascinating history, Discover our Aboriginal heritage. Enjoy great walks, spectacular scenery, fishing, birdwatching and more . .
The Retail Shops
The Shops are situated along Charlotte and Walker Streets and let to established long-term quality tenants comprising Hope Vale Congress, Cooktown Bakery and Cooktown Platinum Realty who also sublet to an accountant and a solicitor.
The Tourist Park is small enough for 2 people to run and the Shops offer an ideal opportunity for a couple looking to own and operate their own business. The peak tourist season is May to October and the quiet wet season from January to March allows for downtime. The Shops’ income complements the Park’s revenue, providing a solid revenue base all year.
Current revenues are around $260,000 – $290,000 (Shop rental $64,000pa; Park revenues $195-225,000pa). Fixed outgoings are around $100,000 as the current owners are self-managing producing net revenues of $160-190,000. Revenue is fully accounted for using MYOB. Revenues are on an upward trajectory with increasing visitor numbers. Investments in additional on-site accommodation would increase revenues further.
Cooktown Orchid Travellers Park, 95 Charlotte Street, Cooktown, North Queensland 4895