Detectives have charged two men after a large number of cannabis plants were located at two Central Queensland properties yesterday.
Search warrants were carried out by officers from Agnes Waters, Miriam Vale and Gladstone CIB at a Tableland Road address in Mount Maria and an Anderson Way address in Agnes Waters.
During the search of the Tableland Road residence just after 10am officers located multiple plants and a hydroponic setup which included lighting equipment, power cords, pots and power timers.
Police located a significant quantity of property including cannabis, cannabis oil, glass pipes and utensils during a warrant executed at the Anderson Way address around 3pm.
A total of 1,000 cannabis plants and more than $70,000 was seized along with 30kg of dried cannabis at both properties.
A 35-year-old Agnes Waters man has been charged with trafficking in dangerous drugs, production of dangerous drugs, major possession of a dangerous drugs and proceeds of crime.
A 37-year-old Mount Maria man has also been charged with multiple drug offences.
The duo is due to appear at the Bundaberg Magistrates Court on March 27.