85 Olivia Terrace with a land area of 7422sqm comprises the Carnarvon Justice Precinct which is a superbly located parcel on the corner of Olivia Terrace overlooking the Carvarvon Fascine and Robinson Street in the central downtown commercial precinct.
A rare opportunity to acquire and develop truly the very best commercial/tourism development site in Carnarvon.
The improvements comprise of the Old Police Station, Courthouse and 2 government residences.
The land is zoned Commercial affording multiple development opportunities Carnarvon's unique location, seated on the edge of the Gascoyne River Delta approximately 904km north of Perth, makes it a tropical oasis in an otherwise arid landscape. Paradoxically, Carnarvon has a fertile and thriving horticultural district that supplies the majority of Perth's fruit and vegetables during the winter months.
Carnarvon has long been recognised for its unique small and sweet banana but that reputation is widening with an extensive range of subtropical fruit and temperate climate vegetables grown on the plantations lining the Gascoyne River.
The Gascoyne River is one of Australia's ephemeral rivers, flowing only when cyclones have dropped their rain up to 500km inland. The township is on one of the delta inlets and centred on the picturesque Fascine.
A thriving prawn, scallop, crab and fishing industry also operates from Carnarvon. During the months of May to October freshly caught seafood can be purchased directly from the factories.
Renowned for its wonderful climate Carnarvon's average maximum summer temperature (December to February) is 32 degrees with a winter (June to August) average maximum temperature of 22 degrees.
The Shire of Carnarvon is home to a multi-cultural demographic recording 6139 residents in 2013 with a 5-year growth rate of 0.6%.
Boasting a variety of education, medical, and recreation facilities, individual and family needs are well catered for.
The annual average visitation to the Gascoyne for 2015, 2016 & 2017 was 341,400 visitors.
For the Y/E June 2018 Gascoyne visitor spend was $359 million.
The Gascoyne, in the North West of Western Australia, captures more than 600km of Indian Ocean coastline and stretches about 500km inland. The coastal area incorporates internationally recognised features such as the Ningaloo Coast and Shark Bay World Heritage Areas, Monkey Mia, and Coral Bay. The hinterland includes the outstanding features of the Kennedy Ranges and Mount Augustus.
For further information or to arrange an inspection contact:
Ray White Commercial (WA)
M: 0419 993 656
Ray White Commercial (WA)
M: 0478 611 168
Ray White Carnarvon
M: 0417 173 387
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