Famous Burnett film set up for sale
TAKE the opportunity to buy a slice of movie magic with Wooroolin's famous paulownia plantation now up for sale.
The Wooroolin plantation on offer for $750,000 is soon to be recognised in the 2019-released Vietnam War film Danger Close.
The prime 165 acre property with rich red soils and abundant bore water offers the investor the opportunity to harvest a 19,000 paulownia tree crop.
The plantation was chosen by Red Dune Films for the movie because of the paulownia forest's similarity to the Vietnamese forests the Battle of Long Tan story took place in.
The investor will have the choice to either regenerate the crop, or take the property back to a quality peanut, potato or grazing property.
Irrigation is already in place on the property to service a variety of crops, and the bore and filtration equipment is all in place.
Three phase power, a good machinery shed, donga and smaller storage shed also add value to the property.
The 1sq km property is located on the Bunya Highway, 20km north of Kingaroy, with bitumen roads to the edge of the property and well-formed gravel to the gates.
The property is fitted with dams and bores, two garage spaces, one carport and a paddock.
Contact Elders Real Estate to express an interest in the property, located at 33 Wellers Rd, Wooroolin.