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Gold Town Icon Sells as Going Concern

Gympie’s historic Railway Hotel has been at auction for $360,000 to a local investor who is going to keep the hotel as a going concern.

Built in 1915, the hotel is a focal point of Gympie’s emerging tourism industry, linked by proximity to the Mary Valley Heritage Railway and historic railway station.

The hotel has outstanding north-easterly views towards Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach, also overlooking the state heritage-listed train station connected via the original platform footbridge.

The property features 12-room accommodation, a main bar, commercial kitchen, restaurant to seat 60 with potential to seat 120, manager’s residence, beer garden and ample parking.

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