STRATEGIC POSITIONS ACROSS INDUSTRIES
Wyllie holds strategic positions in
both direct property and a
concentrated portfolio of small to
mid-cap public and private
Our prerequisite for investment consideration is that any development or initiative must be a meaningful endeavour that we can be proud of; something that creates a legacy for the community and all three generations of our family.
Investment decisions are based on the complete alignment of our shareholders: managing director and mother of two, Melissa Karlson; non-executive director and father of two, Luke Wyllie; and non-executive director, Rhonda Wyllie.
Being a family office, we have a natural affinity for companies where board and management have significant skin in the game.
Wyllie often deploys capital as passive investor but can assume an active investor role where appropriate. We often assist companies with ongoing funding and board composition.
Wyllie holds substantial investments with both domestic and international fund managers across a number of purpose-specific funds focused on actively managed and high-conviction outcomes.
Asset classes that are a focus for Wyllie include public and private equities and alternative investments.
Wyllie has a long-term ground lease agreement with the State Government and secured one of Australia’s top 100 companies, Downer and Spotless Group, to manage the PCEC complex.
The project was built by Multiplex Constructions and opened to the public in August 2004.
Murray River Farm
Located an hour’s drive southwest of Perth, Murray River Farm encompasses 1,525 hectares of prime sheep and beef cattle country.
Offering spectacular views west over the coastal plain to the Indian Ocean, here we are developing one of the best breeding herds of Black Angus beef cattle in Western Australia.
Hillarys Boardwalk Retail Precinct
Hillarys Marina is recognised internationally as one of Western Australia’s unique waterfront locations and features in the top five tourism destinations for the Perth metropolitan area.
The asset comprises retail leaseholds fully integrated with the marina, residential and recreational facilities, and access to Rottnest Island ferry services.
Located in North West Sydney and opening in June 2017, this neighbourhood shopping centre boasts a variety of convenience retailers, a 24-hour gym, large format Woolworths, and a variety of dining and retail outlets.
The land was purchased in 2014, by a property syndicate managed by the RG Property Group. Wyllie holds a 50% interest, overseeing development and leasing.