Beds: 3 Baths: 1

Property Description

Rental appraisal $600 per week
Nestled just under an hour from the scenic Bunya Mountains and conveniently located within a few minutes between Kingaroy and Nanango, ‘Bunderra’ presents an idyllic rural lifestyle enriched with historical charm and modern conveniences. This 296-acre property combines the serenity of natural bushland with functional agricultural space, boasting 50 acres of grazing land and a preserved nature refuge of 64 acres.
The property offers both an ideal private retreat in which you can enjoy the tranquil lifestyle or for those that way inclined there is also the possibility of adding some cottages and creating both an income and a place for people in the city to come and enjoy the nature at its best and explore the South Burnett
The residence at Bunderra offers comfort and space, featuring a low set brick home with expansive living areas, including separate lounge, dining, and family rooms, along with a versatile 9-meter rumpus room. The home is designed to maximize the enjoyment of its surroundings, with a full-length front patio that captures the morning sun and provides a shaded retreat during summer afternoons. Comprising three bedrooms, the main with an ensuite and direct patio access, the house supports family living with modern amenities such as a well-equipped kitchen a large laundry with ample storage and a double carport.
Sustainability is a cornerstone of life at Bunderra, highlighted by a 2.5 kW solar system and water supply systems that include gravity-fed tanks and a solar-powered bore. The property is prepared for bushfire season with strategic water systems for irrigation and fire safety.
Externally, the property features a spacious courtyard, established gardens including well established bearing fruit trees, and substantial outbuildings including a high clearance 14x7m shed and covered work area, perfect for machinery and equipment. Rainwater storage is ample, ensuring a reliable water supply for both household and agricultural use.
Bunderra also plays a vital role in wildlife conservation. Designated as a Land for Wildlife site, it supports diverse flora and fauna, including koalas and wallabies. The Nature Refuge, part of the property, is particularly significant, providing habitat for endangered species like the Black-breasted Button Quail and featuring a variety of indigenous plants documented in comprehensive ecological reports available to its residents and researchers.
The property’s location offers the best of both worlds-peaceful country living within easy reach of the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. Local amenities are just a short drive away in Kingaroy, which offers everything you could ever need from, educational facilities, shopping, healthcare, and more, making Bunderra not just a home but a community hub in the heart of rural Queensland.