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Blackbutt's Bindanoon sets the scene

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RAY WHITE RURAL: Bindanoon comprises of open, undulating cattle country with well protected valleys, and has areas suitable for horticulture.

RAY WHITE RURAL: Bindanoon comprises of open, undulating cattle country with well protected valleys, and has areas suitable for horticulture.

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Bindanoon comprises of open, undulating cattle country with well protected valleys, and has areas suitable for horticulture.

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WELL developed 673 hectare (1663 acre) Blackbutt district property Bindanoon delivers both cattle and horticulture opportunities, and well as having subdivision potential.

Located on Bowman Road at Taromeo, the freehold property is 3.5km from Blackbutt village, 50km from both Toogoolawah and Kilcoy, and about two hours from the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane CBD.

The property is described as being open, undulating country with well protected valleys. There are areas suitable for horticulture, in addition to the open loamy grass country.

There are a total of 26 dams. These storages have not only drought proofed the property, but also allowed for the irrigation of small crops.

Ray White Rural's promotional video for Bindanoon.

Bindanoon is divided into 11 main paddocks, holding paddocks and features a laneway system linked to the cattle yards. Most of the fencing is described as being in very good condition, with the majority renewed in the past 10 years.

The property is estimated to carry about 200 breeders and progeny.

Bindanoon features a three bedroom timber home with verandahs on all four sides, with good views across the property. There is also a double garage, two car carport, three 22,500 litre tanks, and three machinery sheds.

The steel cattle yards are equipped with a bugle race, vet crush, and two water troughs.

There is also plenty of natural wildlife with deer, koalas and pretty-faced wallabies, plus an ancient forest of xanthorrhoea grasstrees.

The 26 dams have not only drought proofed the property, but also allowed for the irrigation of small crops.

The 26 dams have not only drought proofed the property, but also allowed for the irrigation of small crops.

Bindanoon also has subdivision potential, and is located near a large Washington Developments estate. Plans were previously drawn up for 164 2ha lots, with a 320ha grazing property remaining.

Marketing agent Peter Douglas said the Blackbutt area was becoming a popular tree-change destination for many seeking a better quality lifestyle.

"The area continues to grow and prosper and has a long and rich history associated with timber and agriculture, including avocados, olives and macadamias," Mr Douglas said.

"Blackbutt is a picturesque country town about two hours drive from Brisbane, a little over an hour from the Sunshine Coast and less than an hour from the Bunya National Park."

Contact Peter Douglas, 0407 172 101, or Jason Mattiazzi, 0419 650 343, Ray White Rural.

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