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Business Factsheets

Are you thinking about starting a new business?

Or do you have a business and need some guidance on effective advertising and promotion?

Then take a look at the below guides from Business.gov.au which provide information on a range of topics designed to help your business succeed.

 

Evocities Business Opportunities

Are you looking for businesses currently for sale in Bathurst? Or do you want to advertise your business to a wider audience?

Then follow the link to the Evocities Business Opportunities page where you can find both.

 

Commerical & Industrial Property for Sale & Lease

Commercial

Over recent years, Bathurst’s vibrant commercial sector has seen substantial investment growth.

There is a wide range of properties from multi-storey, high-visibility retail and office spaces in the city’s centre, to thriving traditional strip developments, and new major retailers on the City outskirts. There is a mix of commercial retail space available within the CBD for purchase or rent.

The city provides goods and services. Bathurst has approximately 85,000 square metres of commercial floorspace, mostly within the CBD.

View Commercial Properties in Bathurst

Industrial

Bathurst’s competitively priced industrial properties are all close to rail and road links – giving quick and easy access to the national transport system and millions of potential customers.

A key advantage Bathurst enjoys over other regional centres is the availability of greenfield sites for industrial purposes. Bathurst also has sites available with existing infrastructure , such as large industrial sheds and associated equipment.

View Industrial Properties in Bathurst

 

Services and Trades Business

Click here to view the Bathurst Trade and Services Centre Lot layout and prices
www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au/landsales

To obtain further information about any of the above vacant industrial land please call:

The Kelso precinct is developing as the City’s bulky goods hub. Major chain stores are established including BCF, Bunnings, Good Guys, Supercheap Auto, Pet Barn, Fantastic Furniture and SleepZone.

The State Joint Regional Planning Panel has also recently approved a $21 million development on the Sydney Road Kelso, which will see a major bulky goods development provide new business opportunities. The development also includes a second McDonalds food outlet and a service station outlet.

Should you be wishing to start a new business in Bathurst or just need some statistical data for your business plan, why not contact Council’s Manager of Economic Development who can assist with your move to Bathurst.

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