Harry’s Cafe De Wheels: Kogarah Town Centre – Open now!

Price: $350,000 + Stock
Harry’s Cafe de Wheels Kogarah is open now and we’re looking for a franchisee

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Business Overview

Harry’s Cafe de Wheels Kogarah is a Pitstop style store located above the Kogarah Train Station and at the entrance to the bustling Kogarah Town Centre. This is a high traffic location with 160,000 commuters using the train station each week, according to Transport for NSW Statistics. This location is less than half an hour from the Sydney CBD and is in a mixed commercial/residential suburb which is home to seven school catchment areas and the St George Bank headquarters.

Harry’s Cafe de Wheels has secured the following terms:

  • Pitstop 2 style configuration (see image above)

  • Size: 18m

  • Rent: $70,000pa + incentives

  • Total investment: $350,000 (+ GST)


Location details


1-9 Railway Parade, Kogarah, NSW 2217

Located above the train station and at the main entrance to Kogarah Town Centre – a major shopping centre in the heart of Kogarah – this location sees around 160,000 people walking through it each week and 3,500 school kids passing by each day.

Marketing support


Harry’s Cafe de Wheels provides each franchisee with dedicated marketing support from our marketing team at head office.

Marketing support includes:

  • Monthly promotions and specials

  • Traditional media advertising

  • Social media and online advertising

  • Regularly update digital display menu boards

  • Signage and other promotional materials


Training provided


All Harry’s Cafe de Wheels franchisees are given 2-3 weeks training in a company owned store alongside real world experts. Ongoing support and training is provided to franchisees by our experienced operations team.

Royalties & Marketing Fees


Royalties: 5% of gross

Marketing Fees: 2% of gross

History


Founded in 1936 and formally established in 1945 by Harry “Tiger” Edwards, Harry’s Cafe de Wheels was born out of his frustration with the lack of good late-night food in Sydney. The humble Woolloomooloo pie cart quickly became a favourite amongst Sydneysiders and soon after gained notoriety as a pilgrimage for local and visiting celebrities. Over the years Harry’s has served the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sir Elton John, Chris Hemsworth, Colonel Sanders, Olivia Newton John, Kelly Rowland, Pamela Anderson, Prince Harry, and many more.

 

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