Historic Bootenal Tavern up for sale

Geraldton Guardian

The historic Bootenal Tavern near Geraldton is up for sale.

According to listing details published in today’s Midwest Times, the building was constructed in 1910 and the freehold property is being offered for sale walk-in, walk-out with its licence for $428,500.

Elders Real Estate says the business is not being sold, but the site can be taken over and run as a tavern, event hall or meeting place.

“This freehold tavern is known by locals and tourist alike as a top spot to stop for a drop, and it caters for some of the area’s best comedy shows, country music events, weddings and gatherings,” the listing reads.

The agent says the property occupies 4535sqm and includes a car park, tavern, enclosed lawn area for barbecues, a drive-through bottle shop, two bars and a stainless steel kitchen with two walk-in cool rooms.

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It also comes with tables and chairs in the dining hall, lounge chairs and bar stools in the bars, a large storage shed, self-contained brick unit and 20,000-litre rainwater tank.

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