173 De Lacey Road Dimbulah, Qld 4872

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173 De Lacey Road Dimbulah, Qld 4872


Ideal organic lifestyle or eco enterprise

House - Dimbulah Qld

A 100 acre certified organic farm, currently managed, which can remain in place if required

Situated right on the banks of the Walsh River in Dimbulah (this river has its own weir, never runs out of water).

The land situated on the other side of the road also backs onto the Leadingham Creek (the same weir for Leadingham Creek, never runs out of water).

There are 216 megalitres water allocations to paddocks where there is 90 acres of cultivated fully fenced organic planting areas.

Existing crop harvesting will be included in the sale.

Currently sweet potato, sweet corn and pumpkin being the main crops, with mangos, potato, cucumbers, watermelon and other crops at different times.

It may be possible for guaranteed purchase agreement for all ongoing crops to be included in the sale so this will be a negotiated option

There are three houses on the property. The main house has enormous breezeway /veranda/dining area, kitchen/lounge room and one bedroom with an ensuite

There is an office attached to the main house alongside the breezeway, a livable loft above with shower and toilet (with a view of the river) and walk-in-robe.

There is a three bedroom original house, one bathroom, one toilet, laundry/ kitchen dining room/ lounge room.

As well, there is a modular home, one bedroom, one bathroom/toilet/ kitchen/ lounge room/veranda.

High volume irrigation water pump (electric and diesel operated), three travel irrigation systems, as well as 40 acres of solid set irrigation system.

River water domestic electric pump, drinking water tanks, established gardens; pontoon boat for river cruises.

There is a possibility of subdivision for this property as a road dividing the main 60 acres (including all buildings) from the other side 40 acres provide a natural separation. This 40 acres backs onto the Leadingham Creek which has permanent water.

Council has indicated that there is a possibility of such a subdivision.

Fabulous eco tourism possibilities if you want to add variety and other income streams.

For consideration (as an example):

  • the farm may possibly be an attraction en route to Chillagoe Caves…
  • arriving at the farm early morning…Talk on Organic Farm Principles..
  • followed by a drive around the farm to watch how the process of Organic farming is carried out…
  • back to the homestead for morning tea…
  • a boat ride down the Walsh River to the weir wall (approximately two kilometres)
  • on the journey down the river to experience the birdlife where:
    • some 100 plus different species of birdlife reside on the island which follows
    • the river and including an Osprey Eagle (photo of Osprey nest) included in photo selection
    • also be fortunate to spot a fresh water crocodile… (Harmless, NO not armless, Harmless)
  • Back to the homestead for lunch before heading off next leg of the journey to Chillagoe caves…

There are additional houses on the property one could turn into B&B/Farm Stay.

A small organic shop could be incorporated in the “single garage” with products as well as some fresh produce.

Fishing is also available within the property as well as canoe or kayak hire.

Caravan sites (self-contained), which there are plenty on the road, park by the river, supplying water only, as well as access to the organic shop, canoe/kayak hire/pontoon boat /fishing/catching fresh water yabbies.

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