Agents are pitching this remote mulga block as a chance to take in the real Australia.
It might be that perfect bush block multiple families might set their sights on as a holiday retreat.
Set on 158 hectares (390 acres) the property is being offered for $350,000 plus.
Originally part of a historic sheep station, the rugged land features Mulga salt bush, native trees plus off the grid power.
Located 15 minutes from Morgan in South Australia where the River Murray takes a big turn south, Elders agent Sylvia Jemson-Ledger says it is the perfect holiday retreat "a real place to call Australia home".
More than 20 people can sleep comfortably within the two transportable homes which sandwich a 40 foot shipping container under a single main roof.
The container room and one of the transportable homes have wall to wall beds with curtains to pull across for privacy or to separate the rooms.
The second transportable home has the bathroom, toilet and kitchen with an additional bedroom or living area.
You can get away for the weekend to wander the property and enjoy the wildlife.
Apparently the resident kangaroos tap on the glass sliding doors hoping to be fed with carrots and bread.
The property has been set up with motor bike and go cart tracks, which include jumps and paths on the outskirts of the property.
Entrance to the perfect retreat is along a meandering dirt track.
Ms Sylvia Jemson-Ledger asks prospective buyers to consider camp fires on a chilly night or pizzas from the local town.
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It is only 6km to the river.
The property is totally off the grid and power is supplied from battery packs with a 1500kW inverter generator and gas bottles for showers and cooking.
The fridge is also run on gas.
The big house has 45,000 litres of rain water and water is gravity fed into the home and pumped into the top tank.
Improvements include combustion heater, evaporative cooling, ceiling fans and insulation.
Outside improvements include shipping containers for the outdoor work shop and a double carport and 20 ft storage container for storage.
The property is fenced with several dams.
Morgan itself is a tourist destination, about two hours north-east of Adelaide.
Once a busy river port and rail precinct, Morgan has been preserved to take you back to the bustling days of trains and trade.
For more information contact Elders agent Sylvia Jemson-Ledger on 0487 301390.
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