Fully Council Approved '24 Hour 7 Days A Week' Childcare
Situated near the CBD and very close to Bundabergs' including three hospitals, this daycare is well positioned in the sector on a main feeder road servicing Millbank, Avoca, Bundaberg West, Bundaberg CBD with a high volume of shift workers and hospital staff.
• 140 places approved for 24/7 care
• 5,202m2* allotment, over 40 car parks
• 844m2* - Childcare, 171m2*- Administration
• Plus 327m* Covered Outdoor Play Areas
• 7 Activity Rooms, Sleep Rooms, Change Rooms It's all here
• Convenient, easy to reach location
• Completion est. late 2017
• All interested tenants are also encouraged to call
This will be one of the biggest centres in Bundaberg and the only centre that provides 24hr care. State of Art concept drawings, plans and Development Approval available upon request.
With the many changes coming in the Sector now is the time to secure your new location.
Call Brant Duff and John Pappalardo, or register online at Ray White Commercial for full information.
Ray White Bundaberg has pleasure in offering for sale by Expressions of Interest the approved property located at 30 Avoca Street, Millbank Qld 4670.
Features of the property include:
- Land area: 5,202m2*
- Development Approval for 140 Place 24 hr 7 day Childcare
- Located close to Bundaberg CBD and 3 Main Hospitals
- Previous Sports Club
- Ready to Develop
Executive Summary and Sales Details
130 Avoca Street, Millbank Qld 4670.
Method of Sale
The property is being offered for sale by Expressions of Interest closing Friday, 28th April 2017 at 4pm.
The sellers retain the right (in their absolute discretion) to:
- Decline to consider and/or accept any expression of interest lodged in response to this invitation;
- Negotiate directly with any party who has lodged an expression of interest at any stage;
- Accept or decline a non-conforming expression of interest at any stage of the sale process;
- Enter into any agreement for sale of the property on such terms as are acceptable to the Seller in the Seller’s absolute discretion;
- Accept an expression of interest before the closing date without notification;
- Change this invitation;
- Require additional information from a party who has lodged an expression of interest;
- Reject all or any expressions of interest at any time for any reason; and
- Withdraw the property from sale
If the offer is to be submitted by hard copy it is to be enclosed within a sealed envelope
marked clearly with:
EOI for 30 Avoca Street, Millbank Qld 4670.
C/- Ray White Bundaberg
PO BOX 2091, Bundaberg, Qld, 4670
If Offers are to be submitted electronically, details for submission are as follows:
C/- Ray White Bundaberg-Bargara
Facsimile: (07) 41513888
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
^ Important: Prospective purchasers conduct due diligence investigations of the property strictly at their own expense and risk, and the vendor will have no liability in relation to such expenses. Consent by the vendor to the conduct by any potential purchaser of due diligence activities or investigation will not in any circumstance be construed as a representation that the vendor will be exercising, or refraining from exercising its rights to deal with the property, or any representation that the vendor intends to contract with that potential buyer, or at all.
The Bundaberg and the Coral Coast region is situated just four hours drive to the north of Queensland’s
The region covers more than 6,000 square kilometres and boasts diverse natural resources and facilities,
reflected in its offshore, coastal, riverine, city, rural and protected environments.
The area lays claim to the internationally renowned Southern Great Barrier Reef,Mon Repos Turtle Rookery,
Bundaberg Rum and the famous aviator Bert Hinkler.Bundaberg City is the provincial hub of this vibrant,
unique region and is centred on the picturesque Burnett River at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef.
It is the commercial and service centre, as well as distribution point for the region. The Bundaberg region’s
notable features include equable climate, relaxed and inviting lifestyle, affordable living, modern shopping
facilities, plentiful tourism destinations and diverse economic opportunities. Residents and visitors to the
Bundaberg region haveeasy access to a wide variety of services and vital infrastructure. These include
three major hospitals, public schools and colleges and major campuses of CQUniversity and Institute of
Technical and Further Education (TAFE). The city, serving a population of 100,000 people, is a vital regional
business hub for Queensland, boasting excellent shopping, sporting, cultural and tourism facilities and has
become a popular venue for the staging of conferences and major events. The city has an active business
and professional community, who share their expertise and insight into building a strong and sustainable
The Bundaberg region is located in the heart of a rich sugar and horticultural belt supported by a growing
manufacturing sector. In fact, Bundaberg produces one fifth of Queensland’s sugar crop and the city is
surrounded by a green sea of rich sugar cane and many farms growing Australia’s finest small crops. The
city plays a significant role in global manufacture and industry, being home of “the famous Aussie Spirit”,
Bundaberg Rum, leading drinks manufacturer Bundaberg Brewed Drinks, diversified agricultural corporation
Bundaberg Sugar and many others of international recognition. Bundaberg Rum offers regular daily tours of their
world-class distillery, as does Bundaberg Brewed Drinks through the Big Barrel, their interpretive visitor centre.
Business and industry in the Bundaberg region have a proven track record in responding positively to change and
competition in the international marketplace. This success is founded in a continued commitment by all sectors to
invest in world class infrastructure, intellectual capital and quality management systems, together with persistent
research and development. The Bundaberg region has considerable investment potential in value adding industries
due to the congenial mix of natural attractions, existing industry, raw produce, facilities and services.
The preliminary estimated resident population of Bundaberg Regional Council at 30 June 2011 was 97,762 persons,
an increase of 1,007 persons or 1.0% over the year. This compares with an increase of 1,624 persons or 1.7% in the
year to June 2010. In the year to June 2009, natural increase (births minus deaths) accounted for an increase of 523
persons while assumed net migratioon resulted in a gain of 1,957 persons. Projections released in 2011 indicate that
by 2016 the expected population of Bundaberg Regional Council will be between 105,340 and 110,454 persons. By
2031 this is expected to change to between 128,588 and 150,203 persons (low and high series).
The information and figures contained in this report have been provided to us by the following sources. The Parties (as defined in the Disclaimer) have not independently checked any of the information. The Parties make no comment on and give no warranty as to the accuracy of the information contained in this report which does not constitute all or any part of any offer or contract. Prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries. Zoning and land areas details are as provided by PDS Live and Local Municipal Councils and are subject to confirmation.
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