A long-established practice has become available to purchase in Katherine, the fourth largest town in the Northern Territory. Established in the centre of town close to 40 years ago, the practice has amassed a large patient base over that time, becoming an integral part of the community. The practice, which consistently grosses well over $600,000 a year, has achieved these figures without a website or social media presence. The vendor is willing to offer a long lease or sell the premises together with the practice. This is an excellent opportunity for a dentist looking to take over a successful practice and live in a town where “the Outback meets the tropics”.
Katherine is a town in the Northern Territory, situated on the Katherine River (below the "Top End"), 320 kilometres southeast of Darwin. It is the fourth-largest settlement in the Territory and is known as the place where "the Outback meets the tropics". As a major regional centre, the Katherine provides primary, secondary and tertiary education options to a wide catchment area. It is the closest major town to RAAF Base Tindal, 17 km southeast of the town, providing education, health, local government services and employment opportunities for the families of Defence personnel stationed there.
Katherine's CBD is set 350 metres from the banks of the Katherine River. It is home to the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge, which was carved out of the sandstone cliffs by the Katherine River over thousands of years; Nitmiluk Gorge is a chain of 13 separate gorges, each steeped in the culture of the traditional owners and breathtaking scenery.