Talgai Homestead still on the market

HEALTHY buyer interest has been expressed in the historic Talgai Homestead at Allora.

Selling agent Danny Bukowski from Ray White Rural said he was currently in discussions with several interested parties regarding the renowned property.

“We have had several genuine investors looking through the property in recent weeks,” Mr Bukowski said.

“And I am confident the estate will sell.”

Built in 1868 the six-bedroom sandstone homestead, which has operated as an exclusive bed and breakfast, will be sold fully-furnished and also includes 295 hectares of prime cultivation and grazing country.

Chemical explosion

AT 1.30am a trailer loaded with several chemicals caught fire, causing a number of 20 litre drums onboard to explode at Millmerran yesterday.

A one-kilometre exclusion zone was set up around the vehicle and a family living in a nearby home were evacuated.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service (QFRS) scientific officers and HAZMAT teams have worked with the Environmental Protection Agency, Toowoomba Regional Council and Queensland Police Service throughout yesterday.



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