By Tita Smith For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:16 GMT, 4 November 2020 | Updated: 08:34 GMT, 4 November 2020
A cattle farm sitting on $1billion worth of sand has been placed on the market.
The Meridan Plains property, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, has spent the past few decades as a cattle fattening operation - despite holding the biggest deposit of alluvial sand ever discovered in the state.
Now the 208 hectare chunk of land is up for sale and could become a lucrative investment for the right buyer.
A 208 hectare property in Meridan Plains (pictured) that is sitting on $1billion of sands has been placed on the market
The site is tipped to fetch between $7million to $10million, according to industry experts, meaning the next property owners could rake in more than $900million in profits if they mine the treasure beneath.