This unique property is well suited to investors and lifestyle owners due to the provisional part change of rural use (under the Noosa Council Plan) for the approx. 90-100 acre hill area to eco-tourism units and also a recreational van park. The Noosa to Fraser Island tour coaches pass the main entrance gate as an alternative route when the tide is up on the North Shore beach. Additionally, there is ample room available for a private airfield to suit single or possibly twin-engine aircraft, there are currently several private airstrips located in the area.
The property has three kms of road frontage to Dr Pages Road, with the central hill area having views to Mt Cooroy, surrounding hills and the Cooloola Sand Blow. Approximately five to six kms of the permanently running Kin Kin creek forms the back boundary, with an extensive riparian strip and patches of genuine rainforest. The existence of the extremely rare and endangered Coxen's Fig-Parrot habitat has been identified amongst the variety of trees on the property and over 130 different bird species have also been documented with colonies of platypus and fish varieties located in several areas of the main creek.
The property is currently running a Droughtmaster breeding herd, there is a set of relocatable galvanised steel stock yards, 600 metres of 63ml heavy duty industrial plastic water pipe, together with large filters and connections in situ. There are two x 2000 gal plus one 5000 gal concrete stock water tanks and an abundance of water. The main permanent creek is supplied by a significant catchment area up stream and the adjacent escarpment supplies the storm water run-off for the property's substantial underground water table.
There is a large engineer designed heavy duty portal steel frame shed built atop of the hill (located on the original site of the old watermelon shed - see last 2 images) with provision for expansion, containing kitchen and bathroom, with a 5000 gallon concrete house water tank plus an extra-large septic tank to cater for a future large dwelling.
Three phase power runs through the property and whilst there are pre-established locations for underground water bores, currently they are not required due to excess water from the continually flowing Kin Kin Crk. Previously and currently they are accessed by mobile pumps along the creek.
The 250 cleared acres, includes trees descended from the Gondwanaland species and documented by Queensland Parks and Natural Resources making this a truly outstanding natural habitat including extensive, species and plant lists, an attractive bonus should ecofriendly guest accommodation and farm stay type developments be a consideration for an investor.
The property is situated approximately 20 minutes north of Tewantin/Noosa on a good bitumen tourist road to Fraser Island. Earle Page is approximately 40 minutes north of the Sunshine Coast Airport which currently has a 2450 metre international runway under construction that will undoubtedly increase tourism to the Sunshine Coast.
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