Approx. 82 kilometres north of Brisbane CBD. Fitted out to Australia Post requirements. The shop is well stocked with good clean saleable products and has mail sorting & storage facilities.
About the Business
Location, Approx. 82 kilometres north of Brisbane CBD.
The Shop: Has an abundance of space. Fitted out to Australia Post requirements. The shop is well stocked with good clean saleable products. The back of the shop has mail sorting and storage facilities.
The Business: Open Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm. Equipped withone counter, (2) Australia Post Epos terminals, (2) Barcode Scanners and (1) Label Printer. There are currently 477 boxes installed mostly occupied. The business main stream of income is generated from the Post Office, wide range of gift items and Stationary. There is ample room to introduce more products. This business can be operated very comfortably by 2 people maximum. One person can operate this business some of the time. Ideal for a husband and wife team.
Services Provided: This Licensed Post Office provides all normal Australia Post services except for new passports, passport renewals.
Opportunities: Introduce additional products; apply to Australia Post for new passport service. Working with children, promote 100 point ID – checks and photos. Advertising and marketing in general of all products and services, whether Australia Post or otherwise.
The Location: A small historical town on the Sunshine Coast hinterland of Queensland. It is situated north of the Glasshouse Mountains just off Steve Irwin Way, 82 kms north of Brisbane at the base of the southern end of the Blackall Range. At the 2011 census Landsborough had a population of 3,706.
This suburb is situated on the main railway line from Brisbane and there are several services daily southbound to Brisbane and northbound to Nambour and Gympie. It is one of the main rail/bus interchanges for TransLink bus services to the Sunshine Coast.
This suburb is a very popular tourism stop-off due to the fact it is the first stop and is often regarded as the Gateway to the hinterland Tourist Trail. The town features parks and playgrounds. There is a museum located in the town which contains a large number of historical artefacts from the local area.
The town’s economy mostly derives from small businesses, with many cafes & small eateries, boutiques and gift shops.