“Amanika” poultry farm is found just a short 50 mins from the Brisbane CBD, nestled between the Glass House Mountains and the Pumicestone Passage, at the north end of Moreton Bay.
“Amanika” itself is one of the largest poultry farms in Australia to be offered for sale on an individual basis, and is being taken to market by Peter Douglasand Jez McNamara of Ray White Rural Queensland. With “Amanika’s” 415,000 bird capacity, Jez comments that, “It’s exciting to take such a quality asset to the market especially within South East QLD’s poultry industry, this is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to enter the poultry industry or expand their current operation.”
The facility itself has 10 modern sheds with capacities ranging from 39,000 to 43,000 birds, 14 megalitres of water storage, four 20 tonne and five 10 tonne feed silos, machinery and storage sheds, as well as two power plants and all associated equipment.
On top of the 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 story Tuscan style villa for the owner and their family, the property boasts a lowset 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom manager’s residence, as well as a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom worker’s cottage.
The Donnybrook area also has a number of quality schools and amenities, ensuring the needs of your family are more than looked after. Nearby you’ll find St. Michael’s College Caboolture which caters for years P~7, and just 15 minutes drive away in Caboolture, Tullawong State School looks after the same grades. You’ll also find Caboolture State High, offering extensive sport, music and cultural programs, and there is even the Caboolture Montessori School, for families looking for alternative schooling options.
What really sets Donnybrook apart though, is what’s on offer on your days off. Why not take a boat out fishing in the Pumicestone Passage? You can put in at the Donnybrook boat ramp just 5 minutes down the road and enjoy some lazy days on the water, or for those looking for something a bit different try an ecotour with Ferryman Cruises and go searching for dolphins and dugongs. If you’re looking for something a bit faster paced, jump on a jet ski, head up the road to Caloundra for a surf, or even get the kids involved in nippers up at Caloundra Surf Club.
Back on dry land there’s mountains and markets if you’re heading out for a Sunday drive. The Glass House Mountains have some fine bushwalking, mountain biking and trail-horse riding. If something more extreme is what you’re looking for there’s also rock climbing and abseiling spots galore. Head further afield and you can explore the famous Eumundi Markets every Wednesday and Saturday morning. Why not stop in at the Big Pineapple at Nambour on the way home to snap a photo with the kids in front of this Queensland icon.
“Amanika” poultry farm at Donnybrook could be a great opportunity for you and your family. Why not have a chat with Peter Douglas or Jez McNamara at Ray White Rural Queensland about this or any number of fantastic properties today.