- NSW Country
- PREMISES FOR LEASE
Licenced Veterinary Hospital in Narrandera NSW Riverina, being offered for lease with no goodwill
About the practice
A unique opportunity is available to be your own boss and create your ideal vet practice! This well-rounded vet practice can treat all creatures great and small, in a welcoming town on the banks of the state’s cheapest and most reliable irrigation supply river.
You will be able to deal with any species you like, tackle any surgical areas you like and service whatever radius you like, with the nearest town 30-100km away, depending on direction.
About the premises
The fully council approved practice was established in 1976 and flourished as 1-2 vet business until it was sold, with high figures, in 2006. The original practitioner has long retired, but is still in town and available for introductions, mentoring, advice and assistance if needed. This is an opportunity to resume a practice in a hospital the community has supported for 42 years.
The hospital is located within 100 metres of the CBD and sits on a flat site of approximately 900 square metres, containing 8 rooms, with additional access from side and rear lanes, allowing horse float access and off-street parking.
About the area
Narrandera is a major town on the Murrumbidgee River, with all the essential facilities like educational, medical and sporting amenities. Aquatic pursuits are a feature, with a river, lake, creeks and a pool complex.
The population is around 4,500, with an additional 1500 in the local government area, 2,000 in satellite towns, and potential clients from adjacent shires. The town has a substantial small animal base as well as a large-scale pastoral and farming sector with sheep, studs, cattle, equine, alpaca, pigs and goats. The town’s future is underpinned by the rapidly expanding irrigated horticulture, intensive farming animal industry and large scale solar farms.
Narrandera is served by a commercial airline with three flights daily to Sydney, and has access to Melbourne with air services one hour away at Wagga, which is also the base of Charles Sturt University's Vet School.