Tailem Bend and Meningie, South Australia
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Category: Tailem Bend – Investment

Business, tourism and property opportunities near The Bend Motorsport Park Tailem Bend SA

Tailem Bend Gun Alley

From gangsta’s to a property boom!

Gun Alley Tailem Bend Tailem’s infamous Gun Alley is quickly transforming from its legendary ‘gangsta’ status, where tough railway men and the Connolly clan of fifteen roamed, to a more refined lane of property investors. Gun Alley, gazetted as Webb Street, Tailem Bend, has seen many families come and go over the years, some testifying …

Property Tailem Bend

Thinking outside of the box!

There is no doubt that Tailem Bend is in the midst of a once-in-a-lifetime generational change. With the opening of The Bend (SA Motorsport Park) in 2018, and its maiden Super Bikes event in April and the inaugural V8 Super Cars race in August, Tailem Bend is buzzing like never before. Add to this, the …

Community Centre Tailem Bend

Securing the future!

Tailem Bend Community Centre With the ever-changing landscape of government funding, the Tailem Bend Community Centre looks to invest in regional property to safeguard its delivery of services. Expanding its services to over 25,000 square kilometres, the Tailem Bend Community Centre (TBCC) CEO Tammy Shepherd, is exceptionally proud of her teams’ achievements and recognises the …

Newsagency Tailem Bend

Customer centered and community focused!

Hughes Newsagency, Tailem Bend   When deli owner, Jeff Hughes saw an opportunity to buy the newsagency next door in 1943 he knew what great customer service was all about – being a friend. For three generations now, Jeff, Robert and Tony Hughes have successfully grown their business portfolio, which includes Hughes Newsagency, Rob Hughes …

Property Tailem Bend

Schools and Beyond!

Founded in 1993, the Murray River North Group calls Tailem Bend home as it builds seven buildings for the Meningie Primary School with more projects looming on the horizon. With two Junior, three Intermediate and two Senior School transportable buildings on his drawing board, Murray River North (MRN) Group’s Manager, Wayne Pratt of Oamaru, New …