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3 properties totaling over 1000 acres in the Noosa Hinterland

By Nyree Reushle

A living breathing garden of Eden is just one of the descriptions of this much talked about portfolio of properties. Put together over 10 years ago, the owner has turned this small part of the world into an organic holding, quite unique in this part of the world.

Standing on top of the hill at “Trickle Creek” you look at the horizon of the Pacific ocean from the homes at Sunrise Beach and Noosa Heads to the edge of Fraser Island to the north. In between the Kabi Golf Course, “The 404” then onto Lake Cootharaba.

The 3 properties total over 1000 acres of some of the Noosa Hinterland’s finest country.

Kabi Farm Golf is unexpected. You will not expect to see manicured greens at Australia’s only organic course. You will not expect to peel an orange from the organic fruit trees which line the fairways. You do not expect that the Kangaroos are your only spectators will the birdlife provides the chatter.
The 27 hole design was grafted with the natural environment to provide some of the most scenic golf experiences around. Although closed to the public the entire complex has been fully maintained. The clubhouse which was originally a cedar homestead has all the sit out in 2 commercial kitchens, bar, restaurant seating for around 100, a pro shop and all while maintaining a unique organic status.
The property quietly hidden at the end of a road is being offered with an extensive inventory of machinery and all licences.
The property is 300 acres (121ha) with 120 acres (48.5ha) of forest forming a buffer zone.
All of this area is devoted to the conservation of our native flora and fauna.
The whole facility is designed to be a land for wildlife project, providing a home for many animals.
“Various species including black cockatoos, forest kingfishers, whistling kites, king parrots, kangaroos and wallabies inhabit the golf course

Kabi Organic Golf Club was created to provide a place for recreation while preserving the environment. A challenging and picturesque course, also designed by Graham Papworth, and being one of the world’s first fully certified organic golf courses makes it completely different from most other courses in the world. It’s a scenic 20 minute drive into the hinterlands from Noosa Heads. A challenging 18 hole Par 3 course (par 54) is now complemented by the new full length Orchard 9 which is a Par 34 (27 hole facility). This provides golfers with variety and also the opportunity to pull out the driver in a unique setting amongst fruit trees

You will not expect to see manicured greens at Australia’s only organic course. You will not expect to peel an orange from the organic fruit trees which line the fairways. You do not expect that the Kangaroos are your only spectators while the birdlife provides the chatter.
The 27 hole design was grafted with the natural environment to provide some of the most scenic golf experiences around. Although closed to the public the entire complex has been fully maintained. The clubhouse which was originally a cedar homestead has all the sit out in 2 commercial kitchens, bar, restaurant seating for around 100, a pro shop and all while maintaining a unique organic status.
The property quietly hidden at the end of a road is being offered with an extensive inventory of machinery and all licences.
The property is 300 acres (121ha) with 120 acres (48.5ha) of forest forming a buffer zone.
All of this area is devoted to the conservation of our native flora and fauna.
The whole facility is designed to be a land for wildlife project, providing a home for many animals.
“Various species including black cockatoos, forest kingfishers, whistling kites, king parrots, kangaroos and wallabies inhabit the golf course

“The 404” is possibly one of the best cattle and farming blocks on the coast. Pasture paddocks not only keep the cattle in top order, but provide an outstanding source of Hay. There is irrigation available and an extensive list of plant and machinery.
Central on the 162.9 hectares of the property is a large modern 2 level home with sweeping verandahs capturing the coastal breeze. The property has been used to provide organic beef and produce to an ever growing market.

“Trickle Creek” is the smallest of the properties and possibly the prettiest. With no phones or power lines, the block was chosen as a Lifestyle Sanctuary for the “Noosa tree change” which the owner sought. This 117 hectares begins at the private valley of creek water which springs from the ground and rises to untouched eco systems in the folds of the hills. The owner has planted many species of trees over the years. “Trickle Creek” has a solar powered home and sheds with machinery for the property upkeep.

At just 20 minutes from Hastings Street Noosa Heads, these holdings represent an outstanding investment in the area. The owner’s sadly offer this this truly unique portfolio of properties to the market for genuine sale to the highest bidder.

Peter Douglas of Ray White Rural Queensland for details on 0407 172 101

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