At the heart of Belconnen's burgeoning development, Ha Ha Bar & Dining Room sits pristinely on the bank of Lake Ginninderra, with gorgeous views of the natural surrounds.
A long standing institution of the Canberra Hospitality scene, recipient of Australian Hospitality Awards and voted the Out In Canberra People's Choice award by the public, Ha Ha has been lauded by industry and punters alike.
Having operated for almost a decade, and recently undergone a refurbishment, we have relished in the rich history of our business and feel there is plenty more to come.
The Belconnen Town Centre is experiencing a construction boom, a number of large residential projects have been completed, and with another major residential development currently in the pipeline, to be located a short walk from the business, the increase in density can only mean even greater profits into the future.
Ha Ha's turnover has consistently nudged 1 million dollars per annum, we have a generous option on our lease remaining and are willing to offer vendor finance to assist up and coming operators as well as seasoned owners the chance to own the business we love.
Accepting expressions of interest until mid June.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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