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BEACH HOTEL GOING UNDER THE HAMMER

Byron Bay’s iconic waterfront pub, The Beach Hotel, has been placed on the market. Built in 1990, the venue now hold several bars and restaurants as well as hotel rooms, conference facilities and a pool complex. Bought by a consortium of investors for $65 million almost decade ago – it’s thought the prized landmark could fetch up to $80 million. (VISION ONLY)

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OLD BYRON HOSPITAL SITE COULD BE SOLD

The state government says it’s considering selling the current Byron District Hospital site, when the facility is replaced by the Byron Central Hospital later this month. Located on Shirley Street, within walking distance to Main Beach, it’s estimated the site could fetch several million dollars. (VISION ONLY)

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BIDDERS WANTED FOR ERARING PUBLIC SCHOOL SITE

Classrooms and sports fields are set to go under the hammer when the now-closed Eraring Public School is sold at auction next month. Sitting on two and a half hectares, the school is expected to fetch between 600,000 and a million dollars. It was the scene of almost a century of education, before it closed in 2014 due to a lack of enrolments.

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NORTHERN RIVERS RENTAL VACANCIES CONTINUE TO FALL

Finding a rental property on the Far North Coast is only likely to become harder with vacancy rates across the area falling for the second straight month. According to the latest Real Estate Institute of New South Wales survey, the percentage of properties without tenants has gone from 0.9 percent in December last year, to 0.7 percent in January. It follows an even larger drop between November and December, where rates fell from 1.5 percent to 0.9 percent.

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HUNTER LANDOWNERS WELCOME TO HAVE THEIR SAY

Hunter Local Land Services are inviting landholders in the Lower Hunter region to discuss issues and concerns in an open community platform next Wednesday. General Manager, Brett Miners, said the board members and staff would be on hand to hear about the priotities of landowners and recovery from April storms. “We are currently preparing our strategic plan for the next five years, so this open community session is an invaluable opportunity to hear about what is important to people in Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, Cessnock, Port Stephens, Dungog and Maitland”, said Mr Miners. The open community session will take place between 5:00pm and 6.30pm at Popular Hall, Millers Forest on August 12.

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