Iconic Northern Territory outback roadhouse comes onto the market

Iconic Northern Territory outback roadhouse comes onto the market
Iconic Northern Territory outback roadhouse comes onto the market

An iconic Northern Territory outback roadhouse, the Top Springs Hotel, has been listed for sale.

The sale is being made by cattle farmer and former reality television star Milton Jones, who featured in Network 10’s Keeping up with the Joneses which ran for a single season between 2010 and 2011.

The remote hotel and pub lies just under 300 kilometres south of Katherine, on the junction of the Buntine and Buchanan Highways.

It has 29 beds available for rent.

The hotel was originally built to service drovers driving cattle on the Buchanan Stock Route from the western side of the Top End through to Queensland, however the primary demographic has changed throughout the years.

“The main clientele is truckies, tourist, road workers and groups servicing the surrounding Indigenous communities such as health and property maintenance workers,” according to the selling agent Olivia Thompson.

The hotel last traded in 2002, when it was sold for $350,000.

It has now been listed with an asking price of $3 million.

 

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