People are making the move to Western Australia to buy businesses and find job security. For the liquor entrepreneur, the booming economy isn’t the only enticing factor.
WA is known for having beautiful beaches, amazingly vast and diverse landscapes and world-class wine.
Whether you are an experienced wine connoisseur or a microbrew hobbyist, here are three businesses for sale in WA that are perfect opportunities for a liquor entrepreneur
Margaret River is famous for it’s world-class wine, as one of the largest wine regions in Australia and producing 25% of Australia’s premium wine, owning and operating a vineyard in the Margaret River is a great gateway into the world of wine.
This viticultural (winegrowing) business has been servicing vineyards in Western Australia for almost 30 years, with an annual average revenue of approximately $1 million. This business provides everything a winegrower needs including a great reputation and experienced workers. This business is a must see for the wine connoisseur.
Located in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia is a profitable boutique winery for sale. Family owned for the last 29 years this is a well established brand producing premium quality wines.
Views overlooking the Stirling Ranges, a cafe, cellar door with tasting room and a double storey homestead this 112 acre property has a lot to offer. With already approved plans and completed infrastructure for a restaurant, this winery is a huge opportunity for expansion.
If wine is not your thing, how about a tavern? This tavern is located on the beautiful Murray River in Western Australia, with many loyal patrons from Mandurah and Perth. The tavern is also very popular with the guests of the adjoining resorts and local chalets and you can’t forget the patrons that arrive by boat along the Murray.
The tavern itself boasts many features from a large restaurant bistro area, fully equipped commercial kitchen, extensive bar, large alfresco area with beautiful views of the Murray River. This business has the capabilities to be converted into an onsite micro brewery, a brilliant opportunity for the liquor entrepreneur.
Caitlin has a background in media and communications, studying journalism at University and doing various freelance writing and production work over the past 5 years.
Having grown up in a family business, Caitlin understands and values the importance of small business. Particularly creating and encouraging opportunity for people from all backgrounds and experiences to follow their dreams, and not only be welcomed into the world of business, but succeed.