Feature properties

“Kilbrogan” Goomburra Valley

Found just 25mins north of Warwick in the rich and fertile soils of the Goomburra Valley, “Kilbrogan” is a real gem. The 350 acre property just 10 minutes from Allora, sports 200 acres of soft cultivation country with a 20 megalitre irrigation license, fed by 3 bores that feed into one central dam. The remaining 150 acres is breeder country, currently bearing 85 cows and calves.

With the property being taken to market by Peter Douglas of Ray White Rural Queensland, he had this to say. “‘Kilbrogan’ is a good farm. It’s proximity to Brisbane and good soils make it unique in the market. The Mahony family have really enjoyed owning the property and living in the area” said Peter Douglas. “The fact that they have already purchased and the move date is set, means auction day really is sale day”.

Nearby Allora, with a population around 1000 people has all the basics well covered with a grocery store, post office, medical centre and schools. Allora State School caters for grades P-10, and has programs in sport and the arts as well. As well as rugby coach Wayne Bennett being born there, Allora’s other claim to fame is that it was home for a time to Pamela Travers who wrote “Mary Poppins”.

Travel 20 minutes down the road and a number of schools are available for your family in Warwick including Warwick Central State School P-7, Warwick East P-7 and St. Mary’s Primary P-7. Warwick State High has extensive programs in sport, music, IT and agriculture, as well as school based traineeships to achieve the school’s goal of “100% of students leaving the school with a qualification”. SCOTS College is a Uniting Church private school and covers all grades from P-12.

As far as shops and amenities go, nearby Warwick has the lot, with everything you’d expect from a regional town of it’s size. Food, clothing and fashion, sports, and electrical can be found at Rose City Shopping Centre. Take a stroll down Palmerin Street and you’ll find the historic town hall built from local sandstone in 1888. While you’re there why not grab a bite on the go at Sammy’s Kebab’s, or stop in for a more leisurely lunch at Bryson’s Place and have a look through their collection of quality fine homewares.

Throughout the year the whole region has a great variety of festivals to keep the family amused with one of the most colourful being the “Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival”. This festival started in 2004, and embraces the cold with an amazing array of woolen wares on show. Each year the festival keeps getting bigger and bigger, with entrants submitting their “tree jumpers” or “yarnbombing” to be judged. The festival attracts all sorts of art and performers from around Australia, and the Jazz on offer is top notch. Some of this year’s artists include “The Well Swung Daddies”, “Amy Michaels and the Good Time Girls” and Phil Emmanuel. For more info check out the festival gig guide. Of course we can’t forget to mention the Warwick Rodeo and Rose Festival which are held every year in October. This event draws crowds from the entire region and some of the best riders in the country. Check out their website for more info.

“Kilbrogan” in the Goomburra Valley with it’s fertile soils might just be your dream property. For more information on “Kilbrogan”, or to see what else Peter Douglas and the team at Ray White Rural Queensland have to offer click here.