Horseland finds new Sunshine Coast stable

22 January 2018

Well-known family owned and operated Australian business Horseland has acquired a new superstore on the Sunshine Coast.

The popular equestrian retailer secured the 430sq m tenancy located at 50 Owen Creek Road in Forest Glen on a five year lease.

Jason O’Meara and Peter Capps of Savills Sunshine Coast successfully leased the ground floor showroom and warehouse to Horseland, which was previously home to John Deere.

Horseland have completed their extensive fit-out and the premises is now open to their thousands of loyal customers.

“This is a tremendous position and outcome for Horseland with direct visual exposure to the Bruce Highway both north and south bound,” Mr O’Meara said.

Property Manager of Horseland, Martin Mansley, said the location has huge exposure to passing motorists, and customers will easily be able to identify the new store which will have fantastic imagery and of course the big horse out the front.

“Horseland has been at the heart of the equestrian community here for decades and we are very excited about the opening of our new flagship store in Forest Glen.

“We can’t wait for our customers to experience the large, open, air conditioned showroom and our increased range with a totally new fit-out.

“We offer the horse enthusiast everything in saddlery, a wide range of horse rugs, clothing, footwear and equine accessories,” Mr Mansley said.

Horseland opened its first store in 1978, and has evolved over almost 40 years to become Australia’s largest equestrian retailer with 51 stores nationwide.


Key Contacts

Jason O'Meara

Jason O'Meara

Sales & Leasing

+61 (0) 7 5313 7517


Peter Capps

Peter Capps

Sales & Leasing

Savills Sunshine Coast

+61 (0) 7 5313 7518