Approx. location NEWCASTLE
Code N2292


About The Practice

This is the perfect practice available for anyone looking to purchase a well-established, high-grossing practice in the heart of the Hunter Region. The practice has two recently renovated surgeries, one of which is currently underutilised, presenting an opportunity for the purchaser to expand the business. Don’t miss a chance to own an impressive practice with great potential for growth in NSW's second largest city.

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About The Premises

This well-presented, two-surgery practice is located on a busy main road on the second storey of a commercial building. The two fully-equipped surgeries were renovated in 2017 and updated with a sophisticated, modern look. The practice contains a sterilisation room and warm, friendly reception and waiting area. The purchaser has the potential to increase business by using the second chair, which is currently underutilised, and by increasing the services offered. Street parking is available and there is parking available in a shopping centre, which is close by. The practice has highly visible signage and great exposure to passing foot and motor traffic.

The practice sits above a physiotherapy clinic and is situated between two real estate agents. The premises is close to parks, Merewether Beach, restaurants and other retailers.

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About The Area

The Junction is a small, inner city suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, located 2.8 km southwest of Newcastle's central business district. It was originally part of Merewether, which is reflected in the names of some of the suburb's establishments, but was named as a suburb in 1991.

The Newcastle metropolitan area is the second most populated area in New South Wales and includes most of the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie local government areas. Located 162 kilometres north-northeast of Sydney, at the mouth of the Hunter River, it is the predominant city within the Hunter Region. Famous for its coal, Newcastle is the largest coal exporting harbour in the world, exporting 159.9 million tonnes of coal in 2017.

The area has numerous primary and high schools and is home to the University of Newcastle, as well as three campuses of the Hunter Institute of TAFE. The city of Newcastle holds a variety of cultural and music events and festivals, which attract performers and visitors from all over Australia. 

Like most major cities, the Newcastle metropolitan area has an extensive system of both road links and road-based public transport services (bus, taxi etc.), which cover most areas of both Newcastle and Lake Macquarie and extend beyond the metropolitan area itself. The Newcastle area is serviced by two NSW TrainLink intercity lines, providing local and regional commuter services terminating at Newcastle Interchange along the Newcastle line. The Central Coast & Newcastle Line has twice-hourly train services to Sydney and the Central Coast. The Hunter Line has twice-hourly services to Maitland and less frequently to Scone and Dungog. Two long distance lines operate through the Newcastle area, using Broadmeadow station. These provide services to Moree, Armidale, Brisbane and Sydney.