Approx. location ST GEORGE
Code Q4487

This Practice is Located in:

ST GEORGE in QLD, Australia


About The Practice

This practice is perfect for anyone looking for a change of pace from city life. Located in a charming rural town, this preferred provider has a monopoly on dental services in the area, as the nearest private dentist is located approximately 200 kilometres away. The business was established in early 2016 and currently operates Monday to Friday, providing the town and surrounding districts with exceptional dental care. The owner is reluctantly selling for family reasons and is willing to stay on post-sale to ensure a smooth transition.

There is huge potential in this practice - the vendor is currently able to generate significant revenue doing basic dentistry only, with almost no crown and bridge work.

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About The Premises

The practice contains two fully-equipped, modern surgeries, an OPG machine and well-maintained sterilisation room. Prominent signage featured on the large front doors gives the practice excellent exposure to both pedestrians and passing traffic. The reception and waiting area are well presented and cosy, creating a calming, relaxing atmosphere for patients.

The practice sits on the main business street, adjacent to the Commonwealth Bank and Post Office, down the street from the vibrant Cobb and Co Hotel, and minutes from the Balonne River.

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About The Area

St George is a town and locality in the Shire of Balonne, Queensland. The town is 513 kilometres due west of Brisbane and the Gold Coast and sits just inside the region of South West Queensland. St George is a very typical Queensland rural town, on the vast flatlands beyond the Great Dividing Range.

The town sits on the Balonne River, which is reputedly an excellent fishing site for Yellowbelly and Murray Cod, and serves as the junction for several highways, including the Castlereagh Highway, the Moonie Highway, the Carnarvon Highway and the Balonne Highway.

The charming, rustic town has wide streets, and is primarily a service centre for the surrounding wheat, sheep and cotton farmers. Fruit, vegetables and beef also make significant contributions to the local economy. St George has primary and high schools, a visitor information centre, cultural centre, swimming pool, showgrounds, bowling and golf clubs and the St George Airport.