ANR Founder Offers His Holiday Home Up for Two Families Who Suffered From the Floods To Have a Week Each at a Time in His Queensland Holiday Home
By North News Queensland’s
ANR Founder offers his holiday home up for two families who suffered from the floods to have a week each at time in his Queensland holiday home.
He is offering his farm escape retreat, to two separate families, one week each, to stay at his holiday farm, in Byfields, 30 minutes from Yeppoon, in Central Queensland, a 50 min drive from Rockhampton Airport.
The property is currently on Airbnb and Homeaway for holiday rent as high as $995 per night.
He has submitted plans to local council, to make the farm into a holiday retreat, and has started work on the lake on the property, and turned it into white sandy beaches. The property borders a beautiful rainforest creek ideal for swimming in as well.
He intends adding half a dozen cabins, and half a dozen Glamping tents, and for it to be fully self sufficient to support a small community, from its orchard, and with more food production to be added.
He said he felt it’s the least he can do to help some of the flood victims to get away for a weeks break, and enjoy some mod con’s again.
He said he also has a luxury camper van with a kitchen and ensuite he is also willing to offer for a weeks holiday, and is looking at relocating it to help out some of the locals as a place to live.
The ANR Founder, founded the not-for-profit Australian National Review almost a decade ago to help expose mainstream media propaganda and Politicians lies and it has grown into almost 3 million readers and viewers a month across its array of newsites.
He also recently founded a new social media platform Truthbook.social which is growing rapidly as many desert Facebook.