A rainforest listing in the Gold Coast Hinterland has Tinseltown’s tick of approval.
On offer with a price guide of $5 million, vacant land at 43 Justin Avenue in Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, has been used as a location set for Hollywood films such as Dora and the Lost City of Gold, King Kong and Kokoda.
Listed by Kollosche, the private 103-acre estate consists of pastured land and rainforest – a backdrop that set the scene for 2019’s Dora and the Lost City of Gold, starring Isabela Moner and Eva Longoria.
“Site that basks in the glow of Hollywood. Acclaimed feature films Kokoda, King Kong and Dora The Explorer have all graced this natural stage with the allotment featuring multiple sites for shooting,” the listing states.
43 Justin Avenue, Tamborine Mountain, Qld
Offering city and coastline panoramic views, the Tamborine Mountain estate comprises of lush rainforest, national parks and multiple lookout points.
Development applications are already in place for business opportunities, the listing states.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold was filmed at Village Roadshow Studios and on location for 15 weeks from August to December 2018.
The film sees Dora, a teen explorer, joined by her friends in the South American jungle as she sets out to save her parents and solve the mystery behind a lost city of gold.
With about $43 million injected into Queensland’s economy, the production company employed over 400 cast and crew from Queensland, as well as 200 small businesses, according to Australian Film.
Tamborine Mountain is located just a 20-minute drive from the Gold Coast and is known for its wineries, historic pubs, rainforest, waterfalls and lookout points.
It has a population of 7,507 and an average age demographic of 60 and above.
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Article source: Queensland Property Investor
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