A must-see sight for Broome travellers that makes everything out of mangoes could be in its last days, with the iconic restaurant hitting the market. The Mango Place is located on a tranquil property off 12 Mile and is landscaped by mango orchards. It sells everything from wood-fired mango pizza and chutney to mango ice cream and mango pies. But the 2ha property hit the market on Wednesday for $1.4 million. The outdoor restaurant was opened by Geoff and Julie Weguelin in 2005, with their products being sold across the globe. Mrs Weguelin said she and her husband wanted to retire, and she was unsure if the future owners would continue operating the property as The Mango Place. “We’re unsure whether it will continue under a new owner. It’s a very versatile property in terms of which way people would go,” she said. “The property has its niche and has always been well supported by the hotels in town.” Mrs Weguelin said she and her husband established the restaurant to see what they could create working from home. She also believed they could show people the incredible range mangoes had. While items such as the mango barbecue sauce are store favourites, Mrs Weguelin said her favourite way to enjoy the fruit was on its own as nature intended. The restaurant is about 20 minutes from Broome and is landscaped with various plants and trees, including Kensington Pride Mangoes. It includes a steel shed that operates as a shop and restaurant and a four-bedroom worker accommodation that is attached and typically houses the backpackers who work at the restaurant. The business also boasts wine tasting, homemade olive oil soaps and outdoor chess.