One of Australias top franchises now for sale in the heart of the fast growing Mackay CBD. This successful ice-creamery is situated in the most popular restaurant and cafe strip in Mackay. Proven over and over again in the last five years, this great business is ideal for either an investor (as it is currently managed and profitable), or for an owner operator, whereby profits will be higher. Full training will be provided to the new owner and no experience, other than common business sense will be required. This business is being sold for a song! Owner is now committed with other business dealings. To set up an equivalent franchise your cost would be around $300k, but owner is selling for half that cost. FIRST TO SEE WILL BUY.

All equipment is in good order and has been well maintained. Full list of equipment can be provided to genuine interested parties. The premises are leased and new lease of 3 x 3 can be organised. We trade 7 days per week with one full time (the manager) and 6 casual, who will be happy to carry-on.

Very rarely does an opportunity so reasonably priced come on the market. You can be assured of walking into this business and carrying on with its success. NO EXPERIENCE, and already fully set-up!. This location and region is absolutely massive with huge potential. Whoever buys the Mackay franchise will have first rights of refusal to purchase both Airlie Beach and The factory where the ice-creams are produced.

To find out more, call owner today.



Mackay is a city of more than 90,000 people situated on the central Queensland coast, approximately 1,000 kilometres north of the State’s capital, Brisbane. The region enjoys a subtropical climate with easy access to unspoilt beaches, scenic rainforests and the Whitsunday Islands. The natural beauty of the area has been a lure for travellers ever since the first settlement in 1862.

Mackay’s population growth rate is one of the highest in Australia. The preliminary estimated resident population of Mackay City at 30 June 2006 was 90,303 people, an increase of 3,675 people or 4.2 per cent over the year. Projections prepared by the Queensland Department of Infrastructure and Planning indicate that by 2011 the expected population of Mackay City will be between 91,400 and 93,700 people.