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Takeaway Marysville
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  • Marysville, Shire of Murrindindi, Victoria, 3779, Australia
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    Takeaway Marysville
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  • Marysville, Shire of Murrindindi, Victoria, 3779, Australia
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    • Food/Beverage/Hospitality
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    Takeaway food business for sale in Marysville

    This well-established takeaway business is famous for freshly cooked fish and chips, hamburgers, steak sandwiches, and lots more. The shop is located in an ideal place in Marysville town and is well known to the locals and frequent visitors. All the systems and procedures are in place. A professionally run business. A famous tourist place, around 20 minutes’ drive to snow.

    Business highlights:

    • Well-established takeaway business.
    • A famous tourist place, around a 20-minute drive from the snow
    • Gross weekly sales of approximately $6,000
    • Weekly Rent: $367 plus GST (at the commencement of the lease)
    • Lease: Total: around 9 years. (The new lease commenced on July 27, 2023, for three years, with two further terms of three years.)
    • Training will be provided after the settlement.
    • The vendor is happy to give a trial on weekly gross sales of $6,000.

    List of the equipment/chattels including in the price:

    4×700 liter Bromic chest freezers.
    1x large Bromic 2door SS fridge.
    1x large heavy-duty stock shelf.
    1x small stock shelf.
    1xGoldstein 3burner Hot plate.
    2xsingle (24ltre) Goldstein deep fryers.
    1×40 litre Goldstein deep fryer.
    1xSam 45 Electric Cash register.
    1x 6 filter Exhaust Canopy complete with Stainless steel wall.
    1xBirko steam dim simmer.
    1×4 bay Roband Bain-Marie.
    2x microwaves. (One sharp carrousel. one Panasonic).
    1xStainless steel meat slicer. (300ml).
    1x Hamilton-beach Milkshake Mixer and accessories.
    1×600 litre Grease -trap.1x gas hot-water service.
    1x Optitech display bench fridge.
    1x small under-counter fridge.
    1xSS trolley on wheels(450×450).
    1xSSTrolley on wheels (1260×600).
    1xlarge double sink SS Commercial sink and taps.
    1x small hand washing basin and tap.
    1x mop sink and tap.
    1 open shelves cupboard.
    1×2 door pantry.
    2 paper towel dispensers and 2 soap dispensers.
    1x security camera and small TV And aerial.
    2xceiling fans.2x large window blinds
    1x Vito oil filter.
    1x food processor.
    2x large flour bins.
    1x large onion bin.
    2x large plastic bins for chemicals/ cleaners.
    2x plastic fly door streamers.
    1xoutdoor advertising A-frame sign.
    1x flag.1x advertising sign on the roof.
    2x front counters.
    1×5 door stock cupboard with laminate bench. wall shelving (3 meters).
    1xsmall bench oven.1xbaby highchair.
    1xsmall Laminex bench.
    2xfire extinguishers and 1xfire blanket.
    1xwall telephone.
    1xwall -clock. Various chip baskets and S.S Chip -bin…. Various SS mixing bowls, plastic trays, bowls, and cutting boards.4x tall steel bar stools.4 dining tables and 8 wooden chairs. 2x outdoor small glass tables and 4 chairs. 1x extra large wooden table and seats.6xplastic coloured chairs.1xlge white-board.1xAll good quality commercial non-slip floor coverings. brooms, mops, etc for cleaning.

    About Marysville Town:

    Marysville is a tourist town in the Yarra Valley, in Victoria, Australia. The Stevenson River runs through the town center and southeast to towering Stevenson Falls. The vast Yarra Ranges National Park includes Mountain Ash Forest, tiered Keppel Falls, and Keppel Falls Lookout. Bruno’s Sculpture Garden has life-sized terracotta sculptures and a gallery space. To the east is Lake Mountain Alpine Resort, with toboggan runs.

    Marysville is about a 1.5-hour drive northeast of Melbourne. Marysville is a popular tourist destination about a 25-minute drive from Lake Mountain Alpine Resort. This town was first established in the 1860’s and became stopovers for travelers on their way to the goldfields of Woods Point and beyond.

    Steavenson Falls is a series of 5 cascades that descend over 120 meters and are named after John Steavenson, who visited the site of Marysville in 1862 when researching where the new road would be built to the Woods Point goldfields. His Wife, Mary, was with him on this trip and Marysville is named after her.  Easy access can be found along Falls Road leading to a car park where an easy walk, of only 350 metres one way, takes you to a viewing platform at the base of the falls.

    Marysville attracts nature lovers to its stunning waterfalls, numerous walking trails through mountain ash and rainforest, picturesque picnic areas, scenic lookouts, and native flora and fauna. Driving along Lady Talbot Drive is a highlight for many, providing access to walking trails to Phantom Falls and Keppel Falls.  The magnificent view over Marysville from Keppel Lookout is accessed via Paradise Plains Road and then onto Keppel Lookout Road, which leads to the lookout. 

    Marysville, Buxton, and Narbethong have a variety of accommodations, local food and wine, country pubs, stores (including a supermarket in Marysville), ski equipment, and snow chain hire outlets. Buxton and Narbethong are located on the Maroondah Highway and are about 30 minutes from Lake Eildon.

    Cyclists enjoy the sealed roads that link the 3 towns, forming a triangle, covering about 36kms, and from Marysville a popular and challenging 22km (one way) ride up to Lake Mountain Alpine Resort is also on the bucket list of keen cyclists. A magnificent stand of poplars lines both sides of the Buxton to Marysville Road about 5 km from Marysville and is one of the finest autumn scenes in the High Country.

    Other attractions include beautiful trout fishing streams across the district, campgrounds, picnic areas, and the nearby Cathedral Range State Park. The Cathedral Range is a striking 7km long ridge that is around 10 km north of Buxton and features several bushwalking trails of varying lengths. Well-equipped campgrounds within the park need to be booked in advance (fees apply).

    The Black Spur is a scenic, winding road between Healesville and Narbethong that is a beautiful drive that features towering mountain ash and huge tree ferns for about 15 km of the drive. This road has been a highlight for travelers en route from Melbourne & Healesville since the early 1900’s and is a great place to start your journey into the High Country.

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