Having developed from a roadside food truck this rapidly expanding business with the quirky name offers a wonderful opportunity to purchase a productive oyster lease supplying both the wholesale market and its own retail outlet. Growth in sales from the Oyster Bar since its opening in December, 2013, have been beyond all expectations.
Situated at the southern end of Great Bay on Bruny Island, the business attracts many of the increasing number of tourists and holiday makers who visit this unique area.
With its recently completed oyster processing facility combined with the fully licensed Oyster Bar, complete with Australia's only drive-through facility, and well maintained marine lease, Get Shucked will appeal to investors looking for an integrated enterprise with a sound business plan, proven profitability and room for further development and expansion.
The land base has an area of 2ha of freehold land overlooking D'Entrecasteaux Channel.
Traffic flow through the area is one way, with separate entrance and exit to the main road.
Parking is well designed and ample, well drained and gravelled.
The whole site is landscaped with native plants, rock walls and posts, continuing the overall theme of oyster farm and beach.
Marine Lease 204 covers some 20ha, with 17ha of subtidal water and 3ha of intertidal. Of the subtidal area 8ha have been developed with 15 x 100 metre longlines. The intertidal area is undeveloped. Annual production is 75 -100,000 dozen.
Get Shucked attends festivals such as The Taste of Tasmania and this year was the preferred oyster supplier to the Dark Mofo Midwinter Feast. It is a must visit tourist destination for those visiting Bruny Island, or indeed, Tasmania. With the increasing numbers of Asian and Chinese visitors to our state who are attracted to being able to see first hand our pure food production methods and to sample the same , the future for Get Shucked is limitless.
Get Shucked is offered for sale on a walk-in walk-out basis, plus stock at valuation.