World-class golf course,
Horizons Golf Resort in Salamander Bay, New South Wales, is set to hit the market shortly via an international expressions of interest campaign.
Atle Crowe-Maxwell of BDO, the Liquidator, has appointed Michael Simpson, Savills Managing Director Hotels Australia and New Zealand and Tony Leong of Savills Australia to sell the golf course.
Designed by Graham Marsh and Ross Watson, Horizons golf course is a par 72, 18 hole golf course.
It is has played host to major events including the 2004 ANZ Championship, 2002 Men’s NSW Open and the ladies PGA championship.
There are four tees in total - championship, members, resort and ladies.
Surrounded by natural bushland, the course is 6,187 metres from the back tees, with four par threes, ten par fours and four par five.
The course also comprises of a Clubhouse and pro shop, resort style pool, tennis court, four-lane lap pool, entertainment area, separate commercial restaurant and potential access to accommodation.
“This a very unique investment opportunity for which we have already received strong levels of enquiry. Not only are you buying a top golf course, it comes with all the amenities and a strong membership base with the potential to increase further,” said Mr Leong.
“The high level of enquiries further highlights the growing demand for tourism and leisure offerings in Australia, from both domestic and international investors,” said Mr Simpson.
The Horizons Golf Resort is located in the Port Stephens region, it is a two and a half hour drive north of Sydney and 20 minutes from the Newcastle airport.