ONCE IN A LIFETIME LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY
Embrace lifestyle with excellent returns and potential.
Cool down after a days’ works in this tropical oasis, swim in your own billabong / fresh water creek and meet the friendly platypus. Internationally renowned Rainbow Retreat is on the global travellers; trail that also includes the nearby east coast icon of Byron Bay providing a viable and guaranteed future Rainbow Retreat is supremely located on a 7.43-hectare (18 acre) oasis in Nimbin Village, it is a well-established (25 years +) and passionately run tourist facility.
There are many tourist attractions close by, including Nimbin Rocks, National Parks, waterfalls, Markets and Nimbin Village itself. Only 1 hours drive to Byron Bay or Gold Coast International Airport. It offers the option to continue providing accommodation, with the additional opportunity for further development or repurpose by Developers, Landbankers or Companies who can see benefit in becoming active in this emerging locality.
Sale Price: $1,700,000
The land is well maintained and is currently improved with:
Main Residence and Manager’s Office
Multiple Free Standing Bungalows
Guest House (with multiple rooms and kitchen facilities)
Dining/meeting area with camp cooking
Common Bathrooms and Shower Amenities
Multiple hang out areas
Flat Camping Grounds for both tents and caravans
Room and space to hold festivals and events
Large garage/workshop/storage facility adjacent to Manager’s residence
Established orchards and gardens
Extraordinary potential for further expansion and greater income/returns
The property has a gross income (from rooms and beds alone) of over $1,300 per day when operating to capacity.
Due to family and age - the vendors reluctantly have to sell this hidden treasure
GET TO KNOW NIMBIN
Alternative Lifestyle Capital: Tucked away in the hills west of Byron Bay, Nimbin was once a sleepy little dairying village in a lush setting of farmland and forest. Today, Nimbin is known the world over as Australia’s most famous hippie destination and alternative lifestyle capital.
Nimbin shot to fame when it hosted the 1973 Aquarius Festival, attracting students, hippies and visionaries from all over Australia. Once the bands left and the dust settled, a few intrepid souls stayed on to live the dreams and ideology of Aquarius and sow the seeds for today’s vibrant, sustainable community.
This internationally famous village is intriguing and quirky with its unique mural streetscape of indigenous, rainforest and psychedelic facades and colourful local characters.
With an amazing array of cafés and shops the village also features fascinating places like Djanbung Permaculture Gardens, Rainbow Power Company and the extraordinary Nimbin Candle Factory.
Surrounded by three World Heritage Listed rainforests, including Protester Falls the site of Australia’s first successful anti-logging campaign. The 1979 campaign, known as the Terania Creek Battle, lasted 4 weeks and assured the survival of NSW’s rainforests today.
Nimbin is the perfect place to rest a while, to relax, rejuvenate and let Mother Nature work her charms. You can stay in luxurious cabins on the edge of the rainforest, in a B&B or backpackers, or perhaps in a teepee with mountain views