A medieval style castle in Australia, is now for sale. Located on the western coast of Australia in the town of Bli Bli, Sunshine Castle is a major local tourist attraction.
The current owners state, “The Sunshine Castle is a family run, award winning tourist attraction and function venue. It incorporates a fully licensed Cafe and a themed gift and toy shop. Completely unique in form and execution in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere it suits an international purchaser with immigration in mind. This is a rare opportunity to secure an established business, a unique building and prime property within the tourism industry in Queensland that ticks all the boxes for a future in Australia.
“The Sunshine Castle has been run by its current owners and their company S&B Uhrig PTY LTD since July 2006 and owned by the family since 2002 . Located centrally on the Sunshine Coast in Bli Bli, it is an hour and a half north of Brisbane, twenty minutes before Noosa and only 10 minutes from Maroochydore.
“The Sunshine Castle is the only Norman style Castle in Australia. Its unusual location and function as a tourist attraction offers a completely unique experience for visiting tourists. The Castle arouses the curiosity of its visitors to explore a part of medieval history that is not indigenous to Australia. The visitor is able to experience the grandeur of the building itself, is transported into a totally new world. The Castle offers visitors a combination of experiences that no potential competitor can make available.
“A visit to the Castle is ideal for a family outing and a fun experience for young and old. The daily business includes a self walk tour of the Castle and its displays and exhibitions. A treasure hunt sends children on a quest to gain a free treat from the kings treasure chest. The Sunshine Castle is open daily to tourists and visitors. Special medieval feasting nights offer a flogging good night out. The Castle also hosts children’s birthdays, weddings, private and corporate functions, special events and festivals as well as school workshops.”
The property for sale also includes two adjacent residential houses. For more information go to the Sunshine Castle website.
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