Spread over 8.58ha and just a five-minute drive from Bundaberg, this red-soiled flower farm is a blooming gem. Located in the coastal town of Bargara in Queensland’s Wide Bay region, the property’s flowers have recently logged a 4.5 per cent income return.
With busy Bargara Road frontage, the property’s roadside stand has become popular, taking advantage of the daily traffic flow.
Established tree lines border the property and separate the sections of cultivation.
The land is irrigated by the property’s 40-megalitre IWS water allocation using a 20hp motor and pump, and 6- and 4-inch underground lines.
The impressive, four-bedroom, rendered brick ‘executive’ house is located towards the back of the property, away from the busy Bargara Road.
It boasts a master bedroom with an en suite fitted with a twoperson spa bath and dual vanities.
The main bathroom is located at the opposite end of the home and has a separate shower and bath.
Bedrooms two, three and four all come fitted with inbuilt robes and ceiling fans.
The home features two large living rooms that branch off at each end of the open, modern kitchen and dining area. It also has a purpose-built office with an inbuilt wraparound desk and a three-split air-conditioning system for Queensland summers.
Being a flower farm, the property’s yard is, of course, wellmaintained with manicured lawns, vibrant flower and garden beds, and again bordered by established trees. The outdoor entertainment area runs out onto a big, level backyard.
In terms of facilities, the property includes a 12m x 24m lockable packing shed, a 9m x 30m five-bay shed, and four highclearance open bays with one lockable high-clearance bay with roller door. Its two 11m x 6m cold rooms, and 11m x 6m pump and chemicals shed are just more upsides.
Multiple purchase options are available including lease-back options for the cultivation, home, sheds, and roadside stand, the agents say.
Did we mention that it’s close to Mon Repos, Australia’s loggerhead turtle haven?
This ideally situated flower farm should attract buyers like bees