Voted amongst the top 10 most well known hotels in Australia by the ABC, it's time for a lucky new owner to call the historic Garradunga Hotel home.
This small, friendly community in Queensland's Far North is home to many historic buildings, and is surrounded by national parks.
Less than 20 minutes from the ocean - and from the bustling, multicultural town of Innisfail - you can enjoy the best of all worlds here.
The Garradunga Hotel is a place where guests immediately feel right at home, with a warm welcome, great food and friendly service.
The star of many Aussie songs, the hotel was originally known as the Cane Cutters Hotel and was built in 1888.
Rebuilt in 1935 - and famous for its resident ghost - the hotel survived unscathed until Cyclone Larry hit in 2006. It has since been rebuilt with some great features, including a lovely beer garden, barbecue area and bistro restaurant.
And it is said to serve the biggest steaks in Australia!
At a glance:
• 2-storey building on 4.8 acres with 4 separate titles
• 7 twin share guest rooms - two with ensuite - plus manager's accommodation
• Camping ground brings tourists and RVs
With a mix of locals and visitors, and an excellent reputation, this is a great business to buy. It is for sale freehold but the current owner, who is retiring, would consider a leasehold sale.