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Service station development opportunity in Coral Bay

THE only suitably zoned land for a service station within the Coral Bay townsite is being offered for sale by way of tender at 45 Banksia Drive.

The vacant development parcel, that has a 10,000sq m* land area, is zoned ‘Coral Bay Settlement’ under the Shire of Carnarvon Local Planning Scheme 11.

The site is being marketed and sold by Ray White Commercial (WA) duo Brett Wilkins and Phil Zoiti in conjunction with Ray White Carnarvon Principal Ted Schultz.

Mr Wilkins said the site provided a unique opportunity for a buyer as it was the only suitably zoned land within the Coral Bay townsite which may accommodate a permanent service station.

“Once the facility on the site is open and operational, it’ll be the only service station to service the locality,” Mr Zoiti said.

“45 Banksia Drive is on the southern edge of the Coral Bay townsite on the road to the marina and sits 1,122km* from Perth.”

“This will be the only zoned service station in Coral Bay, with the only competition coming from a distant 98km* away in Minilya,” Mr Schultz said.

“Main Roads Western Australia records indicate vehicle traffic of 32,812 driving into Coral Bay in 2019, with 80.2 per cent being cars and 19.8 per cent being trucks.”

“Coral Bay is just idyllic. There, on white sand beaches, you’re just a few steps from the world’s largest fringing reef – the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef,” Mr Zoiti said.

“Dive, snorkel or fish in the clear turquoise waters and immerse yourself in marine life encounters. This tiny seaside town is blessed with beach weather for most of the year.”

Expressions of interest close on Thursday 28 November 1019 at 5:00pm (AWST).

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