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BONNIE Doon is simply one of the best land holdings available near the Gold Coast today. This is fertile, rich dairy country, rising from the permanent flow of the Nerang river flats through Kikuyu country that is as soft as butter through to stunning ancient rainforest.
Nestled in the Numinbah Valley, the rectangular shape block is split by the Nerang-Murwillumbah road with Lamington National Park on one side and Springbrook National Park on the other.
Both sides of the road have spectacular views looking up and down the valley and through to Mount Warning and the border ranges along with Shipstern and Egg Rock.
The majority of the property is cleared improved pastures of Kikuyu, Rhodes and clovers. The soils in the elevated areas are rich, red and volcanic. The creek flats are darker alluvial soils.
At the western edge, the property has about 40 hectares of stunning virgin rainforest country that bounds Lamington National Park. Along with tall strangler figs and pines are an abundance of unique timbers to the region.
At 173 hectares, this is one
of the largest productive holdings near the Gold Coast. The beaches are only a short drive and the school bus to the Gold Coast private and public schools arrives at the gate. Numinbah also has a primary school which is within walking distance.