Tourism Region: Outback QLD
1040 acres in the Lockyer Valley. 30 km SW of Gatton, QLD. The property is on 4 titles, 400 acre, 160 acre and 2 X 240 acre. 2 houses on the 400 acre block, 160 acres has 4 railway carriages power and landline phone, plus MCU to renovate the carriages. Owner has been running Farm Stay accommodation business and horse trail riding business for 15 years. Property is being sold with business as going concern. Owner is prepared to spend one month training new owner in the accommodation portals, and conducting the trail rides. Included is a selection of the horses, the saddlery, a bulldozer and 60 series Landcruiser.
171 Wagners Rd,, Fordsdale, 4343, Queensland
ABOUT THIS REGION The Outback region covers 832,000 square kilometres, which is 48% of all of Queensland, 12% of Australia, or 30,000 square kilometres larger than New South Wales! It encompasses the Local Government areas of Barcaldine Regional, Barcoo, Blackall-Tambo Regional, Boulia, Bulloo, Cloncurry, Diamantina, Flinders, Longreach Regional, McKinlay, Mount Isa City, Murweh, Paroo, Quilpie, Richmond and Winton. Friendly characters, a proud history and a landscape which seems endless - this is Queensland’s Outback. An amazing country of red hills, plains that stretch to eternity, spectacular sunsets and star-studded night skies. A Station Stay is a unique Outback experience and true country hospitality at its best, where you can join in the everyday activities of a working sheep or cattle property. Your activities can include: mustering, shearing, drafting, taking property tours, fencing, fishing and discovering the unique flora and fauna. There are a number of opal fossicking sites throughout Queensland's Outback, particularly Opalton, Quilpie, Yowah, Cloncurry and north of Hughenden. You can fossick in a tour or by obtaining a fossicking permit. If your luck is in, you might find some boulder opal, amethystine quartz, amethyst, alluvial gold or one of the famous Yowah Nuts. Once part of a 'Great Inland Sea' that left the region rich in fossils, is Hughenden, Richmond and Winton on Australia’s Dinosaur Trail. Here are prehistoric creatures that roamed the land around 100 million years ago. Visit the world’s best-preserved dinosaur stampede at Lark Quarry Dinosaur Trackways near Winton. World Heritage-listed Riversleigh in Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park, contains unique fossil finds consisting of previously unknown mammals, birds and reptiles. Some dating back 25 million years. INDUSTRY RESOURCES Regional Tourism Website : Outback Queensland Tourism Regional Tourism Website : Queensland Tourism Research and Statistics : Tourism and Events Queensland Local Councils : QLD Councils CREDITS Information Source : Wikipedia Information Source : Queensland Tourism Image Credit : Lawn Hill National Park : Tourism and Events Queensland : 2010 Matt Harvey Regional Map : Copyright 2014 GoPanda Communications GoPanda
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