The Bush Tucker Man Major Les Hiddins lists FNQ home

The Bush Tucker Man Major Les Hiddins lists FNQ home
The Bush Tucker Man Major Les Hiddins lists FNQ home

Les Hiddins, better known as The Bush Tucker Man, and wife Sandra, are selling their home in Far North Queensland.

The home on 7,975 square metres in Kuranda, a mountain village west of Cairns, cost the couple $500,000 in 2012.

Since then it's been renovated and extended, now with wings that come off the main structure.

One is a master wing, designed by Chris Van Dyke, complete with handcrafted New Guinea rose wood and silk wood. The other homes a separate studio.

There's four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a new French provincial style kitchen.

Ray White Cairns Beach agent Sonia Poole is asking $995,000.

Hiddins, who served in Vietnam, featured in the ABC series The Bush Tucker Man from the late 1980s.

He would drive around in a Land Rover Perentie finding and describing native Australia bush food.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.  

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