Former dairy farm in Numinbah Valley listed after 110 years

Former dairy farm in Numinbah Valley listed after 110 years
Former dairy farm in Numinbah Valley listed after 110 years

Bonnie Doon, Gold Coast’s last family-owned dairy farm in Numinbah Valley, has been listed after more than 110 years in the Yaun family.

They have reluctantly decided to sell their five generation farm as they no longer make a living off the land following the deregulation of the dairy industry in 2000.

It was in 2007 when they ceased dairy farming.

It has Lamington National Park on one side and Springbrook National Park on the other.

It has been listed by Ray White Rural Queensland agent Rob Wildermuth, who is marketing the property with Peter Douglas.

Situated at 2325 Nerang Murwillumbah Road, the majority of the property is cleared improved pastures of Kikuyu, Rhodes and clovers. 

At the western edge the 172 hectare holding, the property has around 40 hectares of rainforest.

Located a short drive and school bus to the Gold Coast Private and Public schools at the gate.

Numinbah also has a primary school which is within walking distance.

Instead of dairy cows, Angus and Charolais cows now feed on the improved pastures. 

The home is set to go under the auctioneer's hammer August 2.

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