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Property Ref: 44082
Freehold Going Concern, Millers Flat Holiday Park for Sale in Central Otago
Property Type: Holiday Parks / Caravan Parks
Sale Type: Freehold Going Concern
Region: Central Otago, South Island
Physical Address: 1670 Teviot Road, Millers Flat 9544, Central Otago
Price: LAND, BUILDINGS & BUSINESS, Offers Over 1.35Mil +GST (if any)
Broker: Adrian ChisholmMobile: +64 21 727 888
A Much-Loved Kiwi Campground is on the Market!
One of New Zealand’s best value Freehold Going Concern Holiday parks, set on the banks of the mighty Clutha River and located in the perfect location, beautiful Millers Flat, and close by the proposed Onslow Dam Project that the NZ Government will announce details about in November 2021, is now for sale.
Millers Flat Holiday Park has just undergone over $500,000 of new development and refurbishment, and it is a traditional ‘Kiwi’ holiday park, welcoming holiday makers to relax and unwind, or recharge to continue their journey by road, or along the Clutha Gold Cycle & Walking trail that passes the park.
It offers a tranquil and spacious spot for campervans, caravans, tents and holiday-makers seeking a peaceful camp site, with comfortable ensuited and self-contained kitchen units, and units that share the modern kitchen and ablution complexes.
This is an ideal location for cyclists to start or end their adventure on the Clutha Gold Trail that passes the park entrance.
MILLERS FLAT HOLIDAY PARK FEATURES
Freshly renovated with new quality carpet, and fresh paint right through out the home, this residence now offers new owners or camp managers a comfortable 3-bedroom owners’ residence, with a warm Yunca fire and also heat pump as heating sources, along with a new bathroom, and plumbing. Please see documents for the additional image gallery of the residence. Onsite are additional woodsheds, laundry and utilities sheds. There are new covered pergolas to the north and west of the residence. This residential home is situated on a separate title and would be worth $400k – $450k in today’s real estate market. This allows this home to be fenced off and sold off, leaving the commercial Holiday Park for sale at about $850k.
One of the brand new fully self-contained units near front entrance of the park could be the owner/manager’s apartment or another slightly larger apartment built beside the 3 new units that have just been completed, as the new sewage system has been designed for a fourth unit to be built in this area.
All exterior buildings in the holiday park have recently been professionally painted. There are 2 workshops, plus a large 6 car garage onsite.
Three brand new 4.5 star fully-self-contained studio units:
- Cabin 6: Tui, King single
- Cabin 7: Kereru, Queen
- Cabin 8: Quail Rise, Queen
Refurbished Guest cabins x 6:
- Cabin 1: Old Miners cabin: Cute & Cosy stand-alone Kitchen Cabin with two bedrooms sleeping 4, one double bed and one set of bunks. Hob, microwave, fridge, jug, toaster, sink, table & chairs, sofa, TV and outside patio.
- Cabins 2 & 3: Onslow & Teviot: Cosy, Comfy and Clean Kitchen Cabins. Two rooms sleeping 6, with one double bed and 2 bunks. Hob, microwave fridge, jug, toaster, electric fry pan, sink, table, chairs, TV and outside patio.
- Cabins 4 & 5: Simple, affordable, clean & comfy. 1x triple bunk, double with single over top and 1 set of bunks in each room sleeping 5. Small table and chairs, fridge, toaster, and tea/ coffee making facilities. Tv in cabin 4.
- Cabin 9: Uncle Toms cabin: This lovely new cabin overlooks the river on the lower level and is close to the kitchen and bathroom facilities. One room with 1x triple bunk with single over top. All brand-new linen. Microwave, jug, toaster, fridge, cutlery, and dinner set for 3. Hot running water, 32-inch smart TV, breakfast bar with 2 seats, coffee table, and 2 lounge seats. Wall mounted ceramic heater. Deck with 2 seats.
CARAVAN, CAMPERVAN & TENT SITES
- 55 sites situated over three levels (21 onsite pay an annual fee plus a daily rate when using the site) 32 powered site and 2 permanents.
- Spacious tent sites with a variation of sunny and sheltered as required
- 2 x totally refurbished ablution blocks: One on the top level and one on the bottom level so they are in a handy location wherever guests are staying.
- The upper level has 3 shower cubicles and 3 toilets in both the men’s and women’s. Small laundry with sink, 1 new Maytag washing machine and 1 new Maytag dryer.
- The lower block has 4 showers and 4 toilets in men’s and women’s blocks, plus Maytag washing machine x 2, and 1 dryer.
KITCHEN, DINING, LAUNDRY & SHOP FACILITIES
A large modern Kitchen with 2 new ovens, 2 x 4 hob cook tops, 1 new microwave, 2 new Fridges, toasters, and zip hot water system. The kitchen is equipped with a supply of plates, mugs, cutlery, and pots. A TV and new kitchen table and chairs are also provided. Comfortable leather couch and 2 chairs. As well as a library.
Two-coin operated washing machines, and a dryer plus 3 stainless steel tubs and large commercial freezer on the lower level. Clotheslines are also nearby.
Camp Shop: Currently closed.
New Wifi: UBIQUITY WIFI system throughout camp, self-managed, no annual fee and runs off unlimited business plan so no extra cost – ability to charge if wanted to.
Straits reservations online PMS system: Annual fee, could be taken over by new owners.
APPROXIMATE DRIVING TRAVEL TIMES
Approximately a two hour drive to Dunedin, Invercargill, Te Anau, Queenstown and Wanaka, Millers Flat Holiday Park makes an ideal location for tourists to base their Central Otago holidays:
- From Wanaka 1 hours 40 minutes
- From Dunedin 1 hour 40 minutes
- From Invercargill 1 hour 44 minutes
- From Queenstown 1 hours 52 minutes
- From Te Anau 2 hours 20 minutes
- From Oamaru 3 hour 4 minutes
REASONS TO BUY NOW
Clutha Gold Cycle Trail passes the gate! With another 13.2m of funding approved to link up the trails with Queenstown and Dunedin, the cycle tourism market can only continue to grow in the region!
Cycle tourism is a substantially growing market and Millers Flat Holiday Park is perfectly positioned to take advantage.
Guest numbers growing year on year! Register now or login to download the guest numbers stats from the ‘Documents’ tab.
This fabulous Central Otago holiday park is reluctantly on the market due to unforeseen circumstances, and this is a great opportunity for someone to come in and take this much loved and profitable holiday park business to the next level or just enjoy all the hard work that has recently been done. With its prime central location to everything Otago has to offer, this business couldn’t be better placed to take advantage of ever-growing tourism market in the region. Early viewing is advised, you won’t be disappointed!
REGIONAL FEATURES & INFORMATION
MILLERS FLAT CENTRAL OTAGO
Millers Flat is a Central Otago township full of surprises and intriguing historical monuments.
It lies at the southern end of the Teviot Valley, 20 minutes south of Roxburgh.
A short detour across the brilliant Blue Bridge from SH8 instantly presents you with an old wooden building. This is the Millers Flat historic bake house. It sits alongside the new Faigans café that was once a community owned grocery store, previously owned by four generations of the Faigan family, the original suppliers of salt and provisions to the first gold miners of the district.
Take a drive 8km on the gravel to Horseshoe Bend, which once supported 200 gold miners and shopkeepers. The Horseshoe Bend walkway is an easy walk to the only suspension bridge remaining of the many that once crossed the Clutha River. Before its completion, the only access was by small boat, punts and cable car.
Encounter the Lonely Graves further up the same road. Legend has it they belong to William Rigney and a young man whose body Rigney found washed up on the beach. Set high on the hill is the wooden headstone marked with the words: “Somebody’s Darling Lies Buried Here.” There is a claim that it was not Rigney who found the body. Whatever the truth, Rigney was later buried beside the wooden grave and the words inscribed on his stone read: “Here lies the body of William Rigney, the man who buried Somebody’s Darling.”
Take time out for a swim in the local solar heated pool or plan a visit to the popular Millers Flat rodeo, held on Boxing Day, it draws cowboys from all over Australasia.
Head north on the east side of the river to Teviot and the spectacular Millers Flat Anglican Church and old red Teviot railway goods shed.
Enjoy the charm of each special discovery at Millers Flat.
Kiwi Camper's Paradise in Central Otago
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8.3 / 10
Millers Flat – Very good old world Campground with great facilities ★★★★
I was travelling solo from Queenstown to Akld taking 6 days to do so, in a rental car. I came across this camp ground by accident, a pleasant accident as it turns out, on Monday 10th Feb this year. Very nice entrance way near the local coffee shop etc. Met the managers at the office when I checked in, was pleasantly surprised at the modest tent site rates. Nothing brand new here BUT everything is in a very tidy clean and well maintained condition, YES even the toilet block. Shower cubicles were generous in size and hot water included, better than some!. The only slight negative was the 10+ rabbits wandering around the property, until you got used to them, nothing unusual for the south island I suppose, and the kitchen/lounge room door had to be kept closed. All in all a great camp ground, as they used to be, getting more & more rare. I’ll be back when I do my Autumn South Island Motorcycle Tour. Fully recommended.!!!!
Great place to stay ★★★★★
Recently we stayed 5 nights using the camp as our base for riding the Clutha trail. The cabins and shower were spotlessly clean and well appointed with lots of hot water. Although the cabins can sleep 6, they have 2 sets of bunks, we felt there is really only enough room for 2, if you want to be comfortable . That aside it is a great camp and the local pub has great steaks and lamb shanks.
Family fun! ★★★★
A group of us visited here a few weeks ago. Whilst I raised some concerns about a few things, I was thrilled to have a prompt follow up from the owners who have only recently taken over the property and are working on some teething issues. This is a great location and ideal for those wanting to spend some time on the bike trails. The grounds were ideal for kids to safely run about. We will visit again.
Great holiday park! ★★★★★
This campsite seemed pretty secluded but was perfect for us halfway on our route. There were just 2 other campervans at the site and some permanent campers. It made me feel like a camping place I went to as a child. The kitchen was very clean, the sink shined very bright! Also a lot of cutlery and other kitchen stuff to use. Almost made me feel bad to use it because it was so shiny and clean 😉 The showers were nice and warm, however there were a lot of showers under maintenance. Since we went here off season it was no problem at all. The wifi worked great, we could even watch a little Netflix in our campervan. Also used the washing machine and that worked great. Plus, some visits of beautiful songbirds and some quail just walking around made this a wonderful campsite to recharge.
Very clean. Friendly and helpful 8.8/10
Lovely little cabin with fully stocked kitchen. Showers and toilet block very clean and all freshly painted. Good location in the middle of the village and on the cycle trail. Owner very friendly and helpful. We cycled to the tavern (although is in walking distance), for a very nice dinner and they kindly made us up some filled rolls for next days lunch. A good option for the cycle trail.
Source: Online review platforms.
Property TypeHoliday Parks / Caravan Parks
Sale TypeFreehold Going Concern
RegionCentral Otago South Island
Physical Address1670 Teviot Road, Millers Flat 9544, Central Otago
PriceLAND, BUILDINGS & BUSINESS, Offers Over 1.35Mil +GST (if any)
Adrian ChisholmPRINCIPAL | Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure Business Broker
Head Office | Otago & Southland
International: +64 21 727 888
NZ Mobile: 021 727 888