A rural retreat owned by Australian music royalty is seeking a new owner

first_img82 Upper Rambert Rd, Eudlo.A Sunshine Coast hinterland property part owned by a founding member of the Australian band, The Seekers is set for an upcoming auction.Bruce Woodley is one of the owners of the home 82 Upper Rambert Rd, Eudlo, on the Sunshine Coast.While Woodley lives in Melbourne, his son Dan who is also an owner, lives on the property.Woodley was the main songwriter for The Seekers and was also the co-writer of the well known classic, I Am Australian.He said he usually stayed in the property four or five times a year and it was the perfect relaxing environment for is creativity.There are four bungalows on the property, three are bedrooms with ensuites and the fourth is a living area with kitchen and other facilities.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoThe view from the Eudlo property.All are connected by covered walkways.While it has been used as a private residence Woodley said the layout would also lend itself to use as a retreat or B and B.It is listed for auction on June 9 through Justin Boyanton, of Harcourts – Buderim.It is described as a “Bali-themed paradise.” Woodley said before buying the Eudlo property the family had lived in and run a boutique hotel in Bali.“We decided to come back to Australia and fell in love with the area up around Eudlo,’’ he said.Woodley said he said had done a lot of work on the gardens and landscaping to make the most of the natural surrounds.The property has unobstructed views to the Pacific Ocean – from Mount Coolum to Caloundra.last_img