A unique graz­ing prop­erty

Central Queensland News - - RURAL WEEKLY -

BUNYA Park is a unique prop­erty com­pris­ing 475.55ha of good cat­tle graz­ing coun­try.

The prop­erty has two large fam­ily homes, two bores and one small dam.

There are mul­ti­ple out­build­ings, two grain si­los, good fenc­ing, steel yards and load­ing ramp with un­der­cover crush and head bail.

The prop­erty has ap­prox­i­mately 121ha of old cul­ti­va­tions with the bal­ance of shaded grass coun­try.

Wa­ter is pro­vided by two bores – the first with sub pump de­liv­er­ing 1200gph for stock and do­mes­tic use and the sec­ond with wind­mill and tank.

Bunya Park was owned by one fam­ily for over 100 years un­til pur­chased by the cur­rent own­ers in 2003.

The Cape Cod style two-storey main house, built in 2006, is more than 500sq m.

It com­prises four to five

very large bed­rooms, four huge liv­ing ar­eas, ducted air-con­di­tion­ing, sweep­ing tim­ber stair­case and a chef-style kitchen with tim­ber top is­land bench.

The sec­ond home was built in the 1970s and has five bed­rooms with built-ins, one bath­room, two liv­ing ar­eas, re­verse cy­cle air-con and a fam­ily size kitchen with com­bus­tion stove.

There is a large car shed and good size per­gola at the rear.

Bunya Park will be up for auc­tion on Novem­ber 9 at the RSL in Oakey.

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