Price Band - Under $500k
Specific Asking Price - $97,500 + SAV reduced
Photographic Equipment & Suppliers Retail & Repairs business - South West region WA\r\n\r\nWell established camera centre servicing clients within the South West,WA Region.\r\n\r\n\r\nMembers of Leading Edge group which not only enhances small businesses buying \r\npower but there is also the option of diversing into a lot of other areas through \r\nthem and not compromising the core business of the shop as it is such a big area.\r\n\r\nPrime shop front location smack in centre of town nestled between the newsagents and chemist \r\n(2 busiest businesses in any town)\r\n\r\nTwo huge display windows out front\r\n\r\nSHOP INFO.\r\nShop is 30metres long by 7 wide. Half of which is actual shop area, other half is \r\nwork area, studio, storage, Kitchen area , Male/Female toilets . \r\nRear of building has car parking for approx 5 vehicles on the lease.\r\n\r\nServices provided include the following;\r\n\r\nPrinting (postcard up to wide format) , Kiosks with wifi app so customers can print direct from phones \r\nas well as usual digital media, Calendar and book binding, Wide selection of frames and Albums plus offer \r\nservice of custom framing and block mounting( not in store) with a large selection of frame samples to \r\nchoose from, In store custom mat cutting , Cameras and accessories , Studio, Range of digital storage cards and \r\nreaders, Memory card recovery, Photo restoration ( some in store but not all) ,Film negative \r\ndevelopment plus printing from film or copy to CD (35mm and APS ) , Passport program in printer , \r\nPrinting on canvas and mounting, coating etc, Copying of video to DVD, Large range of batteries \r\n( deal directly with largest supplier and manufacturer in southern hemisphere . Same company \r\nthat supplies Battery all types)Also offer a battery recycling. Prepaid mobile phones and accessories \r\n( Telstra, Voda, Optus, Boost etc). \r\n\r\nOn Vendors supply list with local minesites and power stations. Memorabilia. ( We have developed a \r\nreputation for sourcing war medals and information as we personally know the people that are responsible \r\nfor most of the medals you see on any Anzac march, War museum and have been endorsed by the royal family ! \r\nGiftware - Babies keepsakes, 18- 21st, Engagements etc. also a “Boys” corner with a huge range of tinsigns , \r\nnumberplates ( can get custom made as well), replica cars ,flags, blokey stuff. Also just installed sublimation \r\nprinter which we can do mugs, can holders, mouse mats , phone covers instore with option of also being able to do \r\nt-shirts and caps.\r\nReduced asking price $97,500 +SAV. Must sell by June 30 2015. All offers considered.
Price Band - Over $1.5m to $3m
Specific Asking Price - $2.2 million + SAV optional Freehold
This well established Business provides the only slewing truck cranes for hire in the area between Perth and Kalgoorlie.
There are several other principal advantages for clients.
They centrally located in the W.A. Wheatbelt.
Have personnel with local knowledge, and inductions on a large range of sites.
The cranes are selected and equipped to cover the vast region that we service.
Australian owned and operated, the owner is locally based and active in the business.
With 25 years experience in crane hire and related fields.
Others staff have up to ten years in the industry.
Almost all personnel are resident in the local town and are committed to the company maintaining it's domination of the local crane hire market, by offering the best possible service at all times.
Covering the crane hire needs of several mining operations, provide cranes for new construction, and maintenance of local bulk handling facilities.
Being preferred suppliers to many well known utilities as well.
Our near new truck crane fleet is tradesman maintained and kept in top condition, to be deployed when needed.
Asking $2.2 million +SAV Plus family residence @ $325,000
Price Band - Over $500k to $1.5m
Specific Asking Price - $1.150 million
Starting out in 2005, the current owner has turned this Western Australian welding business into a valuable concern, turning over more than $1 million annually. Commencing with two welding machines, today this family operated concern has over $650,000 worth of machinery and specialises in providing a myriad of solutions for poly piping, mostly for mining companies.
The business is centrally located to many of the larger mining companies, an hour and a half south of Perth in a large coastal city. By remaining hands-on and building up an excellent reputation for reliability and flexibility, this business enjoys a solid client base with up to 80 percent of business generated by repeat clients.
The client list includes some of the world’s largest mining companies, water corporations and farmers - any business that requires piping for water, varying from a few metres to many kilometres of piping. The current owner has intentionally kept the business at a manageable size to provide the best possible service for clients and to limit the amount of travelling.
There is enormous potential to promote this business further by marketing it online and by undertaking work in other parts of the state. The current owner currently only services clients in the immediate region south of Perth, however new energetic owners could take on a lot more work by being willing to travel to other regions in
As a WIWO opportunity, all the valuable plant and machinery is included in the asking price, plus there are four utilities. After building up this successful concern, “a license to print money,” the current owner is now at retirement age but would be available for a flexible handover period to ensure a smooth and successful transition.
The business is located an hour and half south of Perth in a beautiful coastal city, surrounded by the ocean and rivers. This fast growing region of Western Australia is famously beautiful, with an excellent climate and is less than two hours from the famous wine-growing region of Margaret River. The city has all the advantages of urban living combined with an abundance of natural beauty and a healthy outdoor lifestyle.
Asking price: $1,150,000 WIWO
Price Band - Under $500k
Specific Asking Price - $450,000 WIWO
Located in the popular Western Australian tourism township of Broome, this souvenir shop is the only specialist business of its kind in the busy holiday hub. The long-established business has been operating under the current owners for more than 25 years and is currently turning over $675,000 annually.
Broome is one of the most stunning tourism destinations in Western Australia, attracting thousands of international visitors including regular European cruise ships to the township. The business is located in the famous Johhny-Chi-Lane in the heart of China Town capitalising on the high levels of foot traffic.
With over 25 years of trading, the current owners have refined the stock, successfully combining unique souvenirs and exclusive T-shirt designs to their range of products. Importantly, there is no direct competition, with this business effectively dominating the souvenir market in Broome.
The current owners have improved day to day running systems that give the business more autonomy, allowing the owners three to four months a year to holiday. Essentially there are only two seasons; the dry and wet. The established busy tourism seasons are the months in the middle of the year, when visitors escape to Broome. Being the Gateway to the Kimberley visitors come for the beautiful terrain and magnificent weather as it is one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth.
The business has also afforded the current owners an enviable lifestyle of business travel to trade shows while living in one of Australia’s most uniquely beautiful and dramatic locations.
Included in the asking price are all fixtures and fittings, plus stock at current valuation. Additionally, the owners are offering a two-bedroom; two-bathroom bungalow located five minutes from the business. The current owners are now at retirement age and are looking forward to enjoying the fruits of building up a very successful business.
The township with a population of almost 15,000 is located on the coast of Western Australia and is steeped in history, dramatic natural beauty and luxury facilities. For those that are lucky enough to call Broome home, there is an international airport, a choice of schools and colleges, plus a hospital and all the facilities required for a contemporary, cosmopolitan lifestyle.