The house is a renovators delightT The Big Barramundi GardensHERE is your chance to hook quite possibly the world’s biggest barra — and own a North Queensland icon.Just about every visitor to Daintree Village has posed for a photograph in front of the giant barramundi sculpture at The Big Barramundi Gardens.Now you can own it. Croc burger anyone?More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoAnd all of that is situated on a 789sq m block.“The Big Barramundi Gardens, located in the funky little Daintree Village, was originally a settlement built by timber cutters in the 1870s,” the listing says.“Today low-impact tourism alongside sustainable cattle and tropical fruit-farming in the beautiful valleys beyond, form the lifeblood of this laid-back little township with all it’s charm of yesteryear.”The house consists of three large bedrooms with built-in wardrobes but is need of some “creative DIY and a lick of paint”. And needs a bit of ‘creative DIY’he restaurant has stone and wood tables and offers alfresco dining. It serves ridgy-didge Aussie dishes using crocodile, kangaroo and barramundi.Ray White Port Douglas agent Jenna Chamberlain said the big barra was a popular attraction for visitors to the region.“People travel to North Queenland to hook a barra so here is your chance,” she said. It really is … THIS BIG!The property, which is located at 12 Stewart St, is on the market for $499,000 negotiable, after the price was dropped by $70,000.For the price of an average Brisbane home, you get a three-bedroom house, a restaurant with seating for 80 people, a workshop, a gallery and a tourist shop.