Outward Bound Australia ghost town for sale

Outward Bound Australia ghost town for sale
Outward Bound Australia ghost town for sale

Fisherman's Point, an eight acre Hawkesbury River waterfront property previously used as an outdoor recreational camp, has been listed for sale.

The property, only directly accessible by boat, helicopter or seaplane, was once owned by Outward Bound Australia.

They ran a charitable camping and adventure organisation that began as a post-war mission to help boys become men.

Outward Bound sold the property in the 1970s to Knox Grammar for their camping and adventure programs.

Outward Bound Australia ghost town for sale

In 2000 Knox Grammar sold Fisherman's Point to London-based multi-millionaire and neighbour Ian Gowrie-Smith.

The boarding house style facilities with 26 bedrooms can accomodate up to 120 people, along with a recreation hall with full commercial kitchen.

Outward Bound Australia ghost town for sale

LJ Hooker Terrigal agent Tim Andrews suggests tourism and hospitality uses including resort, health retreat or wedding venue.

He has hopes for between $4.4 million to $4.8 million for the four allotments that are being sold in one line.

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