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You may want it all for yourself as a wonderful eco rural retreat and do your own thing with the land, the homes, and the substantial fixed assets.
The property is 80 acres with 2 dwellings and worker’s accommodation with all design, materials, systems and infrastructure well researched and implemented to the highest quality.
Currently a very successful ecotourism business, brimming with beautiful homes to stay in, activities and places to enjoy. So there are additional options if of interest.
Sustainability has been at the forefront. Regenerative agriculture to improve the soils, off-grid power systems, the land current and emu farm with emu safaris for guests; some goats. High quality yurt-style accommodation as a complete getaway with private astronomy, bushwalking (wildflowers, heritage caves, ancient landscape) services available to guests.
The option is available to continue this established very successful ecotourism business and/or to purchase the plant and equipment, livestock (including bee hives), furniture and associated consumables like stockfeed and fuel.
Support and resources to expand the business and/or the Emu farm is another option.
Currently configured as a 2 bedroom yurt-style lodge for the Owner/Manager and a 3 bedroom luxurious yurt-style lodge providing premium accommodation and appreciation of sustainability. For any larger families, groups or multi-generational buying this could easily be a family property. There are additional accommodation options to consider too.
Don’t get confused by the photos. Yes, both homes have a fabulous Spa with sun/shade cover and views out over the farm to the bushland. And to the stunning skies at night.
What we love is that it is a home with everything you need already done; all you need to do is bring your own passions, interests and way of life to one of the most interesting parts of Australia.
What a place for children. So much room to roam and grow. Bushland, creek, swimming holes, space, fresh air. The school bus to Coonabarabran is on the main road. Plenty of room for a couple of ponies or other pets of choice.
Work from Home with exceptional internet speed from a central Starlink service, and enjoy the spectacular outlook from anywhere on the property.
Dedicated roads have been built and fenced to enable free walking, or driving via golf carts, to explore bush walks, the creek, or just enjoy the Emus, the farm and the extensive bird life.
Excellent sheds, storage and workspace for any home-based business. Work from home requirements with highest standard internet connection.
The 80 acres consists of 5 paddocks crafted with Natural Sequence Farming using swales and soil management to create a healthy, vibrant mix of grasses and drought-proof farm. Excellent fencing all round, and laneways for easy management.
With 7.5 Km of 1.9m exclusion fencing you could farm the animals of your choice or continue with the Emu farm.
Regardless of your choices, you will enjoy serenity, privacy, security and all-weather access without compromise; 2.7 km sealed road access with electric security gates. Fully private with only you and your guests for the entire property.
Privacy is a premium here; secure access, 100% visual privacy, invisible from the main road, and no noise.
As the world moves to being powered by renewables, you can enjoy the future right now in this all-electric home with your own off grid power system (with backups all in place). Underground water and power infrastructure, and sewage connection.
The 2 homes are nestled in the woodlands with spectacular views of the 80 acres property. The remote and rustic landscape, a luxurious yet serene setting has been richly rewarded to become an excellent business.
Water here is the highest quality. 2.5 Km creek frontage (Shawn’s Creek), 4 Dams. Underground pipes, irrigation, water troughs are everywhere and all part of the well thought out infrastructure for now, and any future developments. Spring water is sandstone filtered pure water pumped up 30 metres from an ancient aquifer below the property. No additional filtering is needed nor are any chemicals added. The taste is impressive and super fresh.
Another option is to consider ‘paddock to plate’ for guests, or convert to organic farming, or to grow their own vegetables, there is a ‘market garden’ paddock the chooks are currently enjoying. Bees and honey are proven and the hives are available to purchase. One of the laneways would be perfect for orchard plantings. The worker’s accommodation ideal for seasonal workers or to extend for Glamping and lower cost accommodation. Systems have been established so that water and power will provide expansion of accommodation and/or farming.
Already fully off grid, sustainability is the focus so the owners and guests enjoy impactful, comfortable and memorable experiences that are easy on the environment.
Birdlife is also a major attraction of the property with over 100 species including migratory birds, Blue Wrens, Kestrels, Eagles, Herons, King Parrots, Musk Lorikeets and several Rosella species.
All the details of the homes, worker’s accommodation precinct, sheds, off grid power system, the storage containers, fire plan, water retention and distribution, plant and equipment, livestock, are available on request.
Coonabarabran has a population of around 3,500 with major supermarkets and stores, a library, post office, NRMA office and Service NSW office. There is a hospital, pharmacies, dentists, doctors and aged care. It is the closest town to the Siding Spring Observatory, which is home to the 3.9-metre Anglo-Australian Telescope, the largest optical telescope in Australia. There is little to no light pollution ideal for astronomical viewing.
The area is easily accessed from the Newell Highway which is the major road link directly between Melbourne, Victoria and Brisbane, Queensland and cuts across inland New South Wales from the north to the south.
This property is conveniently located 15 minutes from Coonabarabran and 15 minutes from the Warrumbungles National Park.