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Approx. location Alice Springs
Code VET0871

High-Grossing, Modern Vet Hospital in Alice Springs

About the practice

This busy vet hospital achieved accreditation as an Australian Small Animal Veterinarians  (ASAV) Hospital of Excellence in 2012, and is one of two accredited vet hospitals in the Northern Territory. The hospital operates out of an innovative, state-of-the-art facility and offers a comprehensive range of treatments and procedures and is well set-up for orthopaedic surgery. The hospital, which consistently grosses close to $2 million, has been in the area since the mid-1970s. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to take over a highly successful practice in the spectacular Red Centre of Australia.  

About the premises

  • Building size 658 sq.m + 64 sq.m (verandah)  (land size 1,830 sq.m)
  • Five consulting rooms
  • Waiting area with separate cat area 
  • Grieving room
  • Nurses station
  • Treatment area
  • Scrub/prep room
  • Two surgeries
  • Pathology and pharmacy
  • Separate intensive care ward and isolation ward
  • Separate cat and dog wards plus two general wards
  • Two offices and conference room
  • Staff kitchen
  • Three toilets, including disabled
  • 23 off-street parking spots

About the area

Alice Springs is situated in the geographical centre of Australia, almost equidistant from Adelaide and Darwin. Central Australia, the huge outback region of Australia, is centred on Alice Springs, which services a regional population of almost 40,000 people. The town has 19 public and independent schools that cater to local and overseas students, as well as a local campus of Charles Darwin University. Hiking and off-road driving are common recreational pursuits and there is a thriving arts scene, based primarily in the Todd Mall, a focal point of the town. Transport links include the Adelaide-Darwin Railway and the Stuart Highway, which links the town up to the north and down to the south. There are also daily flights to capital cities and to Uluru, as most tourists pass through Alice Springs on the way through to The Red Centre.