Located at Boonbooma about four hours from Brisbane in the South Burnett region, the property has been developed from a cattle operation to become Australia’s largest motorbike and four-wheel-drive park.
Marketing agent Jez McNamara from Ray White Rural said the 6155-hectares (15,209 acre) property had three income streams. In addition to being a four-wheel-drive and motorbike park, Manar Park is also a working cattle property. Ironbark and spotted gum timber is also harvested from the property.
“Manar Park is well positioned to take advantage of Queensland’s highest population areas and it is also a substantial cattle property with an owner estimating a 700 breeder carrying capacity,” Mr McNamara said.
“With its solid reputation as a popular family holiday and weekend destination, Manar Park is an impressive opportunity for the astute investor.”
The country comprises of forest soils running into harder ridges with the majority being native pastures with legume scattered throughout. There is a 4.5km frontage to the permanent Boyne River.
The jewel of the property is the four-wheel-drive motorbike park. It has long been a popular destination for weekend adventurers and provides quality place for visitors to enjoy. This is evident in the Manar Park face book page with many patrons posting pictures of their stays at the property.
Owner David Laidler said Manar Park received about 10,000 visitors a year. The park has three camping areas, and air-conditioned accommodation for up to 64 people in various configurations. Manar Park also caters for bike riders of all skill levels with kids tracks, supercross tracks and more than 200km of enduro tracks.
The property is divided into 12 main paddocks and four holding paddocks with a centrally located set of cattle yards.
Other improvements include a highset Queenslander home now used as staff accommodation and various sheds.
Contact Jez McNamara, 0427 270 280, or Glen Duffin, 0429 658 161, Ray White Rural.