Troy Cassar-Daley secures $550,000 for Queensland farm getaway

Troy Cassar-Daley secures $550,000 for Queensland farm getaway
Troy Cassar-Daley secures $550,000 for Queensland farm getaway

Country music star Troy Cassar-Daley and his 4KQ Brisbane radio presenter wife Laurel Edwards secured $550,000 when they recently sold their Queensland farm getaway, Carinya.

They had re-listed the Vernor property, an hour from their Brisbane base, having failed to find a buyer on its original $680,000 listing mid-last year.

Cassar-Daley has said the farm, which they paid $630,000 for in 2007, has inspired a number of his songs.

He said 'I love this place' was written at the kitchen table.

Cassar-Daley used to love fishing on the river which dissected the property.

Laurel used to ride horses across the four hectares.

The family, now with grown up kids, are set to spend more time on the Sunshine Coast.

Edwards met Troy Cassar-Daley at the Gympie Music Muster in 1993.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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