The former Fantasy Glades theme park in Port Macquarie is up for sale with potential buyers able to relive their childhood adventures.
According to realcommercial.com.au, the former fantasy-themed park on Parklands Cl, which closed in 2002 after 35 years, features parklike acres, rustic bridges, restored castles and a church.
The site’s impressive beachfront front location is also adjacent to Port Macquarie’s koala corridor.
The location itself offers a unique blend of tranquil serenity, accentuated by the local wildlife and natural surroundings.
The site features a collection of carefully restored theme buildings, ranging from quaint mini cottages to a charming church.
Enhancing the charm of this former theme park is an array of bushland trails leading across rustic bridges and alongside serene streams.
McGrath agent David Geary said the “once in a lifetime opportunity”, was attracting huge interest and was the most viewed property in NSW earlier this month.
“It’s popular for many reasons, more than three million people visited it over its lifetime so there are a lot of memories,” Mr Geary said.
He said the current owner had spent years restoring the site, including the castle and old Snow White’s house, however had decided to move on.
“There’s opportunities for a few different uses, whether or not there’s scope for a theme park again with all the new rules and regulations,” he said.
“There’s a lot of people in Port Macquarie keen to see it back to its former glory.
“There’s DA approval for cabins. It’s going to be a specific buyer that wants to work with it.”
Mr Geary said builders as well as schools had inspected the site which is the one of the last vacant pieces of land in the area of this size and scope.
The former theme park is for sale via EOI closing July 21.