“The Laneway Café”
Dreamt of owning and running your own business in an iconic coastal holiday destination?
Could “The Laneway Café” nestled into a leafy nook just off the main street of Iluka be what you have been looking for? Perfectly positioned to take advantage of the sunny north easterly aspect “The laneway Café” has built a strong following and caters to the locals and holiday makers alike.
– As a lifestyle choice, the current owners operate five days a week between the hours of 8.30 – 3pm & some evenings during the major summer holidays. Complete with a liquor license the option and potential to increase both the hours of operation as well as extending the evening trade is there for the new owners.
– Currently staffed by owner and four permanent casuals
– Breakfasts till midday then lunch menu
– Combination of indoor / outdoor seating
– Relaxed casual dining experience
– Has a secure lease in place with an option to renew for a further 2 x 3 years, which offers peace of mind.
Take control of your future and own your own business!
Call Grant Gillies on 0405 388 400 for further details.
Fast Facts about Iluka
The suburb of Iluka is located in the Local Government area of Clarence Valley and covers an area of approximately 12.8 Sq Km.
The surrounding suburbs include Yamba, Woody Head and The Freshwater.
Currently, the median sale price of Houses, Units and Vacant Land in Iluka is $350,652 compared to $310,467 for the Local Government Area of Clarence Valley.
Local Amenities include 3 Clubs, a Golf Course, a Post Office and 2 Churches of different denominations.
There are 3 Parks, a Child Care Centre and a Primary School.
In 2011, the population of Iluka was 1,704, with the main age group being people between 60 and 69 years of age.
Married people account for 69% of the population and households in Iluka are mainly Couples with no children.
There are approximately 781 dwellings, with the majority of these (69%) being house. 51.5% of properties in the area are fully owned, with 10.6% of the properties being purchased and 65% being owner occupied.
The largest segment of the population are Not in Labour Force, in general those in employment work as Labourers with most people travelling to work by driving a car.