Approx. location KUNUNURRA
Code W6743

two surgery practice in the Kimberley region

About The Practice

Sitting on a busy, palm tree lined street, this high grossing practice has been in the area for 33 years and has established a strong community presence. The practice has a monopoly on the dental market, being the only private dental clinic in a town of 7,500 people, and servicing a greater area of 12,000 people. This is ideal for anyone looking to own a successful practice in the magnificent Kimberly Region of Western Australia.

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About The Premises

The surgery is located in an attractive single-story building opposite the district hospital. A wheelchair accessible ramp leads up to the entrance and glass doors let natural light into the warm and inviting reception and waiting area. The practice has two fully-equipped surgeries, an OPG machine, sterilisation room, extensive laboratory area, dark hardwood flooring and air conditioning throughout. The premises is shared with a resident physiotherapist with rooms for visiting optometrists and psychologists, offering the potential for cross pollination and new patients. The building is located close to the local shopping centre, which houses a Target, Coles and other specialty shops, many catering for the tourist industry. Off-street parking is available behind the practice and prominent signage is visible on the front façade, giving the practice excellent exposure to passing traffic. 

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About The Area

Kununurra is a town in far northern Western Australia, approximately halfway between Broome and Darwin. It is located in the north-eastern part of the Kimberley region, in an area renowned for its natural beauty, rivers, waterfalls and swimming holes. There is one district school and two primary schools, as well as a community centre and district hospital. The local airport brings tourists to this thriving tourist destination, which is a major stop for those travelling in the Kimberley. The town is famous for its vast lakes, historic ranges, rare pink diamonds and expansive outback stations.