South West Rocks, NSW

About South West Rocks

With its rich blend of Australian history and beach culture, The Rocks, as it’s affectionately known, is a shoe-in for our Best 100 Towns.

The largest seaside town in the Macleay Valley, its surrounded by largely untouched waterways and national parks and is so popular for its variety of beaches, including Trial Bay Beach (one of the few east coast beaches that actually faces west), that distant Queensland surfers have been known to leave their smorgasbord of local beaches to migrate the 6.5hrs south its shores.


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Common questions about a Unsecured Business Loan

If you’re using a vehicle for business purposes more than 50% of the time but you’re unable or don’t want a chattel mortgage or commercial hire purchase, a car lease may be right for you.

A car lease may also be a good option for employees who are able to include their vehicle as part of a salary sacrifice scheme via a novated lease.

Other options to consider if you’re looking to finance your vehicle include a chattel mortgage and a commercial hire purchase.

To discuss your individual needs in detail and secure a finance option that’s right for you, speak to one of the Stratton Finance team on 1300 787 288.

If you decide you want to buy your vehicle at the end of the car lease, this is technically treated as the finance company selling the vehicle to you. You’ll pay an amount equal to the remaining balance on the car – the Residual Value – plus GST.

Businesses registered for GST will be able to claim an Input Tax Credit for any GST paid as part of the purchase.

There is potential to claim tax deductions on your car lease depending on the depreciation limit set, speak to your accountant for more information.