This pristine 812 acres of land is bordered on three sides by Koreelah National Park with Koreelah gorge on the other. It is in northern NSW 1:40 hours from western Brisbane. There is approximately 200 acres of semi-cleared land suitable for cropping and grazing; 80 acres of rainforest merging with World Heritage listed rainforest of the Koreelah National Park, and the remainder is wet sclerophyll forest.
The land is blessed with an abundance of clean water including a number of creeks, swimming holes and waterfalls.
There is an area of prime agricultural land which is capable of supporting extensive food production to provide food security for the Co-operative.
The town of Woodenbong is 30 minutes away and has a NSW Central School.
Boonah is 40 minutes away back over the QLD border and has both public and private primary and secondary schools.