There’s something really special about an acreage Queenslander. Something about the way that it settles into the landscape around it, which yields to the undeniable beauty of this magnificent homes.

Today’s acreage Queenslander is located in the Noosa hinterland, about 30 minutes north east of Noosa. Acreage comes in all sizes, from the “tiny” two acres to this. True acreage. Sitting on 113 acres of land, this property has it all. It’s a working farm with cattle yards, a loading ramp, a five bay shed, two dams and vast grazing land. If you are into horses, there are stables, a tack room, dressage arena and direct access to Noosa Hinterland’s tracks and trails.

Okay, let’s take a closer look.


White picket fences with a swing gate mark the entry to this acreage Queenslander. You can see the home peeking through the trees in the distance. For me, I can imagine running up the driveway each day with the kids and the dogs to check the mail.

It’s this view below that really highlights how much space sits around this home. Off in the distance to the left is the studio cottage called “The Dairy” and also on the property is a caretaker residence. Someone to look after the farm while you, perhaps, live in the city and visit on the weekend?

Isn’t she beautiful?


The home is presents beautifully. I love the contrast between the front door and the crisp white walls. There are two bedrooms off the main hallway (four in total).


This home is relatively compact, with only one living space in the centre of the home. Of course, there are multiple verandahs that can be utilised for outdoor living.

This room has been styled as a sitting room and is labelled “library / fourth bedroom” on the floor plan. It sits directly off the living room. If this were my house, I would style this as a study with a pull out couch for visitors. Although, that’s probably not necessary since there is The Dairy that could be used for guests.


The galley kitchen is tucked away at the back of the house, with a gorgeous tree view.

In line with the kitchen is the open dining room. I love the use of louvered windows here and the way that the outdoors feels so connected to the interior.

Here’s a photo looking the other way, into the kitchen.


The master bedroom (which is Bed 1 on the floor plan) is to the left when you enter through the front door. It is the only bedroom with an ensuite.

The other two bedrooms both have French doors that lead out to the front verandah.

The main bathroom is large and open. I would love to see a photo with the louvered windows opened.


Queenslanders and verandahs. I could leave it at that. This Queenslander has the both the original verandah at the front and two decks at the rear of the home.

Cups of tea on the verandah every afternoon, while taking in this glorious vista.


The Dairy is a studio that could be used to house extra guests or as a creative space or office. Imagine working from home here!


There are two decks at the rear of the main home – one is covered, the other uncovered. In close proximity to the kitchen, this space would be utilised every single day.



The address for this acreage Queenslander is 325 Wahpunga Lane, Kin Kin. The listing price is for offers over $2.3m. For more information, contact Sam Hargrave from Ray White – Pomona Hinterland. For more photos, take a look at the listing, here.