311 Fortune Drive, Tara

Offers over $130,000

Just a Special Touch of Rural Paradise

We would like to show you this special touch of paradise, a place amongst the gum trees and a place in the bush to which you can retreat from the urban rat race. Whether you are looking for a weekender or a permanent rural residence, this 30 acre (12.37 ha) block is the solution and features:

- 4.5 Megalitre dam, approx. 4.5 metres deep
- 20 x 30 m Shed pad next to dam
- 2 Separately cleared house sites
- Boundaries are cleared as 6 metre fire breaks and sown with a mixture of Bermuda grass (couch), Bahia grass, Tall fescue, Perennial ryegrass, clover, Burgundy bean and Lucerne
- Soil improvement program commenced with 2 hectares that was cleared & mulched (forestry mulch) and then sown with same pasture mix.
- Total of approx. 4.5 ha cleared with the balance timbered
- Soil type generally is grey cracking clay or Brigalow / Belah clays. They are slightly acidic & low in organic matter but respond well to forest mulch.
- Predominately summer rainfall with an annual average of 572 mm (22.91 inches)
- Mobile telephone service
- Land rates approx. $534.10 per year from Western Downs Regional Council.

If you think you are ready for the ‘Good Life’ and the biennial Tara Festival of Culture and Camel Races, then call now for an inspection to ensure you are first across the finish line.

Listed by


Leeanne Westgarth

0429 920 644

[email protected]


George Westgarth

0429 693 303

[email protected]

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