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Historic Landmark Opportunity

27 Broadway, Burringbar NSW 2483


1012 m2



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Floorplan / Site Map

  • Total 136 sqm
  • 4 bedroom / 2 bath / 2 carport
  • Living
  • Dining/Kitchen


Commercial Space:
  • Total 466 sqm
  • Upstairs Office ±17.5 sqm
  • Shop space ±181 sqm
  • Total storage ±106.67 sqm
  • Cool room storage ±20 sqm
  • 2 car tandem garage ±35.75 sqm
  • External deck ±48.40 sqm

Description & Overview

Historic Landmark Opportunity


Centre stage, in the middle of the village is the ICONIC Burringbar General Store and it's now for sale!

Located in the enchanted village of Burringbar which could still be one of the Tweed Coast's best kept secrets but not for long…

A short scenic drive from the coast's stunning beaches through the rolling green hills and treelined roads you descend down the hill and into the village. It's a quintessential one street town, aptly named The Broadway with an evolving village on one side and a picturesque parkland on the other.

Burringbar is alive and buzzing with the recent additions of Elwood Cafe´ offering excellent coffee and quality food and Mercado Juarez - the New Mexican takeaway - YUM! Next door is Burringbar Quality meats - a long-standing butcher selling delicious pies, burgers and pastries. The Burringbar sports club offers meals and a bowling green, and a pop-up food van delivers some of the best Thai takeaway in the Northern Rivers 4 nights per week. There is also a fabulous vintage store of collectables and industrial antiques.

Situated on a 1,012 sqm block with dual street access, the property includes the General Store, shedding and an original 4 bedroom older style small house with swimming pool in tropical gardens-with separate entrance via back lane. Both are currently leased by the existing business on a long term lease. (2 x 5 x 5 year). Both the home and shop front are ripe for further improvements and there is an option to purchase the business too. More information available upon request.

The Burringbar Store has been operating for over 80 years of continual trade and undoubtably a proven location for hospitality/retail and investment success. It is an all round general store with all conveniences plus a liquor license and ATM facility.

This one of a kind opportunity won't last long so please enquire today for more information or to arrange your appointment.


Folio Identifier     7/1/3090

RU5 Village

Objectives of zone:

  • To provide for a range of land uses, services and facilities that are associated with a rural village.
  • To ensure that new development responds to and respects the character of a rural village

Permitted without consent:

Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works; Home occupations

Permitted with consent:

Agricultural produce industries, Biosolids treatment facilities; Boat building and repair facilities; Boat launching ramps; Boat sheds; Camping grounds; Car parks; Charter and tourism boating facilities; Child care centres; Commercial premises; Community facilities; Crematoria; Dwelling houses; Educational establishments; Electricity generating works; Exhibition homes; Exhibition villages; Flood mitigation works; Function centres; Helipads; Home-based child care; Home businesses; Horticulture; Industrial retail outlets; Industrial training facilities; Industries; Information and education facilities; Jetties; Mooring pens; Moorings; Neighbourhood shops; Passenger transport facilities; Places of public worship; Recreation areas; Recreation facilities (indoor); Recreation facilities (major); Recreation facilities (outdoor); Registered clubs; Residential accommodation; Respite day care centres; Roads; Schools; Service stations; Sewage treatment plants; Signage; Tourist and visitor accommodation; Transport depots; Truck depots; Vehicle body repair workshops; Vehicle repair stations; Veterinary hospitals; Warehouse or distribution centres; Water recreation structures; Water recycling facilities; Water supply systems


Bulky goods premises; Farm stay accommodation; General industries; Heavy industries; Residential flat buildings; Rural workers’ dwellings; Any other development not specified in item 2 or 3

Land Size 1,012 sqm
Annual rates ± $4,100 / pa 
Council Area Tweed Shire Council
Age of Property General Store est 1935

Burringbar General Store

Leased until October 2023

± $5,600 / month

Option to renew: 2 x 5 years

Expressions of Interest Purchase Process

This sale is being conducted through an Expressions of Interest campaign.

This method sees vendors invite buyers to submit an offer to purchase their property, by the nominated time and date.

Each potential purchaser puts forward their offer in writing, using the form link below.

The vendor reviews the submissions and chooses the most attractive offer they wish to accept. If the offers are close or not acceptable to the seller we will contact all parties who have submitted an offer and provide an opportunity to increase their price or adjust terms to meet the vendors requests.

Upon acceptance of the offer, deposits are paid, contracts exchanged, and the property effectively is SOLD.

Your agent at LS PROPERTIES will ensure that all potential purchasers are provided feedback on their offer, and the progress of the offer acceptance by the Vendor.

Please click on the link below to access and complete your Expression of Interest

Relevant documents

Surrounding Sales

33 Broadway, Burringbar

Sold Date
Sold Price
1012 m2

50 River Street, New Brighton

Sold Date
Sold Price
531 m2

Area profile

In the Aboriginal language, "Burringbar" is the word for a specialised type of boomerang used as a striking stick.  At it's town centre there is a pretty park with an historic monument. With a population of approx. 1,100 and part of the Tweed Valley, the tiny village consists of a General Store, Liquor Supplies, Post Office, butcher, café, shops and services. The Burringbar General Store and Liquor store were established circa 1935.

Although only a quick 20 minute (18km) drive to the Pottsville Beach, Burringbar feels like another world away - in the best possible way. Just 55km from the Gold Coast International Airport, and 40km to the new Tweed Hospital currently under construction. The growing town of Murwillumbah is just 20km away, and is definitely worth a visit. The weekly Wednesday morning markets are a big drawcard for the area, and you could be forgiven for feeling like you are in a Western NSW country farming community ... well you actually are!

Nearby Pottsville Beach is an iconic seaside town located approximately 30km south of the Gold Coast in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. Pottsville is approximately 9 square kilometres in size and is home to 6,700 residents (approx.). The quiet coastal town is characterised by its excellent beaches, pristine Mooball Creek and true beach village lifestyle. This has created a thriving holiday destination as well as a lovely place for many to call “home”.

Pottsville Beach stretches from Hastings Point (2km North) to Brunswick Heads (16km South).  This unspoilt expanse of coastline is well known by locals for its fishing, world-class surf and scenic amenities. During summer months, caravans and tents line the banks of the clear, calm waters of the creek. A paradise for children! You can kayak or canoe upstream for miles, eventually emerging from the tree cover to be greeted with a stunning view of Wollumbin Mt Warning.

The local village includes an array of cafés (with excellent coffee!), restaurants, boutiques, medical and dental clinic, a large IGA, essential stores (pharmacy ect.) and of course the Pottsville Tavern and Pottsville Beach Sports Club. Whether you are looking for a casual afternoon beer at the local Tavern and some takeaway bites, or a unique dining experience at Izakaya Potts (our FAVORITE Japanese), Pottsville provides!

For golf enthusiasts there is a picturesque nine-hole golf club just a short drive out towards Mooball. Close by is also one of Tweed Coast’s best kept secrets – the Tweed Bicentennial Leisure Gardens. Stretching over 54 hectares between the two arms of Cudgera Creek, the reserve protects areas of mangroves, eucalypts and remnant rainforest. It is networked with walking tracks and boardwalks leading to viewing platforms by the creek and is a haven for bird and wildlife watchers. Facilities here include free electric barbeques and picnic tables.

Visit Pottsville on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month for the popular Beach Markets where you can purchase farm fresh produce, plants, homemade treats, art/craft, clothing jewellery and much more. It’s fun for all ages with live music and amusements for the kids.

Gold Coast is a 25-minute drive heading north, or 30 minutes south takes you to Byron Bay. Mt Warning is approximately 30 minutes west with the famous climb. Some other great daytrips include a drive to Harvest Cafe in Newrybar, a visit to the FARM in Byron Bay or a drive to some of the amazing waterfalls found in the coastal hinterland!

Tweed Coast Growth

The Tweed Coast is now considered a viable place for families to settle and a safe haven for investors:

  • Vicinity to infrastructure – GC Airport, Shopping, Hospitals, Schools
  • Lifestyle 
  • Patrolled Beach Areas and a safe community atmosphere
  • Burgeoning cafe and restaurant culture
  • Absence of high rise development
  • Reasonable commute to Brisbane
  • Strong holiday and permanent rental occupancy


Our favourite local spots 

Pipit Resturant, newely opened by renowned Chef Ben Devlin and wife Yen Trinh is a contemporary Australian resturant, taking coastal dining to the next level. Photo credit: The Urban List 


  • Murwillumbah High School
  • Pottsville Beach Public School 
  • Bogangar Public School 
  • Crabbes Creek Public School
  • Burringbar Public School 
  • The Pocket Public School
  • Stokers Siding Public School
  • Kingscliff High School 
  • St Ambrose Catholic School
  • Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School
  • St Joseph’s College
  • Pacific Coast Christian School 
  • Pottsville Gumnuts Child Care Centre and Preschool (2.1)
  • Pippies Early Childhood Centre
  • Cabarita Beach Child Care services

Aged Care/Medical

  • Bupa Aged Care - Pottsville
  • Health One Dementia Service Clinic
  • Pottsville General Practice
  • Central Pottsville Medical Center
  • Pottsville Beach Dental

Burringbar Market Statistics


For a complete realestate.com.au Suburb Profile please click HERE

Regional Infrastructure Projects

Tweed Valley Hospital Development

On 22 May 2020, the NSW Government announced a further $91.2 million in funding for the Tweed Valley Hospital Development bringing the total investment to $673.2 million. The additional funding will go towards expanding clinical services as well as a co-located Health Hub and the Tweed Valley Skills Centre.

The Hospital has also been announced as one of the NSW Government’s 24 priority projects to have its planning approval fast tracked, assisting with the State’s economic recovery. Following the approval of the project’s Stage 2 State Significant Development application on 12 June 2020, the hospital project will create opportunities for up to 650 jobs during the peak of construction.

The $673.2 million investment in health for the Tweed Valley will deliver a brand new, leading hospital with greater capacity and capability to serve the Tweed-Byron community, as well as interim upgrades at The Tweed Hospital.

The vision for the Tweed Valley Hospital Development is to deliver a life-changing healthcare solution for the Tweed-Byron region.

You can read more here.

Gold Coast International Airport Upgrade

There is about $500 million being invested in the airport precinct, including this redevelopment and the Rydges-branded airport hotel, which is now under construction.

More detail please click here

John Flynn celebrates $30m project completion

The highly-anticipated, $30 million redevelopment of John Flynn Private Hospital (Tugun QLD) is now complete, giving residents in the southern Gold Coast and northern New South Wales regions the very best in health care.

Read more here.



M1 Freeway Upgrade

✅ 155km upgraded
✅ 25 min reduced travel time
✅ 9 interchanges
✅ 4 rest areas
✅ 350 fauna connections

Project background

Woolgoolga to Ballina is the final link in the Pacific Highway, between Hexham and the Queensland border, to be upgraded to four lanes. Upgrading the Pacific Highway and carrying out safety improvements to the existing highway have brought major improvements to road conditions. These improvements support regional development and provide:

safer travel | reduced travel times with improved transport efficiency | more consistent and reliable travel | improved amenity for local communities. 

The project includes upgrading the highway to motorway (Class M) or arterial (Class A) standard over its 155 kilometre length, nine interchanges, more than 170 bridges and more than 350 connectivity structures. It will bypass South Grafton, Ulmarra, Woodburn, Broadwater and Wardell.

Agent Details

With a Bachelor of Business in International Management/Digital Marketing, Brent Savage is a well-rounded professional with over 8 years experience in Sales and Marketing. 

Brent travelled the world as a professional surfer while managing his studies on the road. With a passion for homes and architecture he transitioned into real estate in 2014. Brent is the Tweed Coast specialist, consistently achieving record numbers across a range of property categories. His honest negotiation style and a unique approach to marketing, along with his sphere of influence within the community, understanding of the lifestyle and natural ability to connect with people, have helped him establish a strong business in the area. He is honest, sincere and will always work hard to achieve the best possible outcome!

Brent - “I feel extremely blessed to be able to work in my backyard! Our family moved from the USA to Cabarita Beach in 2001. In 2002 my family built one of the first homes in Casuarina Beach. We have watched the Tweed Coast grow from a string of sleepy coastal villages to one of the most desirable coastal precincts in Australia, for owners and investors alike. After traveling to many of the world’s premier lifestyle destinations I can honestly say that our coast is unrivalled. We have beautiful beaches, incredible surf, warm weather and the infrastructure to support future growth! There has never been a better time for buyers and owners in our market.”

Brent’s passion for our coast’s lifestyle, market expertise and progressive approach to real estate is a recipe for success in a fast changing and dynamic industry!

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As locals who have built and sold our own homes on this magnificent coast, we take great pride in helping you sell your property too!  We simply treat our vendors (and buyers) the same way we expect to be treated when we sell our personal homes.  We assume our clients have had past real estate experience, and simply need us to facilitate the process on their behalf with honesty, integrity, regular feedback and a healthy sale! 

Negotiating excellent prices for our vendors is something we have developed our reputation on; we would be happy to share our sales record, testimonials and details to support this statement. We live amongst you, and want to see our values protected through responsible real estate transactions.  We like to deliver on our promises and keep our word to maintain our healthy business which is local and very personal.  We consider your timing, price expectations, market conditions and the detail of your home before we plan any marketing.  When spending marketing money, we believe in focused marketing that works to highlight your home against the competition.  We may seem pedantic with the preparation of your home before it goes to market, but this is just in an effort to help you achieve the best money for your home.  

We can guide you each step of the way; we look forward to meeting you and representing your home to achieve an honest result!

For a full list of all our available homes, please click here

Help us help you!

If this property is not meeting your needs (or dreams 😁), please feel free to send us your dream list by clicking here and completing a quick form.

If you would like us to contact you regarding an appraisal or possible sale of your home, please click here.


In preparing the information contained in this document, we have used our best endeavours to ensure the information contained is true and accurate. We accept no responsibility and disclaim all liability in respect to any errors, omissions, inaccuracies or misstatements contained. Prospective purchasers should conduct their own research to verify the information contained in this document.

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