Chef and former My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans and his wife, Nicola Robinson, have spent $1 million on a health retreat north west of Byron Bay.
The Mount Warning Forest Hideaway, also known as Hideaway House, at 460 Byrrill Road, Byrrill Creek, spreads 7.93 hectares, in a valley.
The tourism investment includes eight studios – two configured with two bedrooms, and none with mobile and television reception, or internet.
There is also a 15 year old three bedroom home, separate garage and workshop, saltwater pool and small macadamia plantation.
The vendors listed it in early 2017.
It previously traded for $835,000 in 2011 (story continues below).
Mr Evans, 48, runs a healing clinic – Evolve Health Labs – in central Byron Bay.
The couple recently moved to Round Mountain, a 10ha estate near Pottsville, about 50km east of Byrrill Creek, which cost $1.2m in 2015 (and was where they married a year later).
The pair banked $3.26m last September offloading their modern Malabar, Sydney, family home.
Real Estate of Distinction Byron Bay’s Janis Perkins marketed Mount Warning Forest Hideaway.