Henty Bay Beachfront Holiday Park Villa sales
Hot off the press, available now, is a rare opportunity in Portland which should be of interest to our fishing and boating audience. Portland’s only beachfront caravan park, these villas will be sold with registered 250 year leasehold titles, and offer fishermen the ideal combination of a high-yielding investment together with a place to stay when visiting this premier South-West Victoria fishing destination.
The park is undergoing a major rejuvenation.
The park has it’s own beach, boat launching facilities, boat parking, fish cleaning and freezing facilities, surf fishing beach, bar, kiosk, playground, laundry facilities, BBQ’s and more.
– a guaranteed 8% net return with a regular cheque every month, plus giving owners 4 weeks use during the off peak tourism season from after Easter in April through to September (TUNA SEASON!)
– a straight out investment with a guaranteed 9.25% net return
– putting it into the rental pool and receiving fluctuating income, and the ability to book and use it any time.
– permanent residence.
Prices range from $84,000 to $227,000 and there are 15 existing Jayco villas, plus 56 brand new villas to be sold “off the plan” (2 display villas will be complete in the next day or so).
For the full comprehensive brochure click here, or enquiries can be directed to Mark Wilson on 0408529275.
We are well and truly stocked up with bait and berley for your Australia Day long weekend fishing!
Whole squid, squid heads, boxed calamari, fresh pippies, cured eel (great gummy bait), garfish, salmon, silver whiting, mackerel (caught the 241kg mako last week), the finest and freshest IQF pilchards (plus pre-cubed pilchards and salted pilchards), 2kg berley logs (super snapper and pure pilchard), 8kg berley blocks (shark blocks, pure pilchard or pure salmon), snapper pellets, king george whiting pellets, pure salmon oil……
We’ll be open Sat 8am-4pm and Sun 8am till about 3pm.
Jason Russell, his dad David and nephew Jake Butler caught a nice feed of quality pinkies and blue morwong off Warrnambool before the wind came up this morning. Remember you can always keep an eye on the forecast at our all-in-one weather page.
There’s been plenty of mulloway caught in local rivers in recent days. Most range from undersize to just size, but on light gear they are a great catch-and-release option, and are taking soft plastics, diving lures, as well as baits.