An innocent Brisbane home has been secretly used as a large-scale cannabis nursery housing about $1 million worth of the drug.
Officers stormed the Durack property this morning after an anonymous tip-off.
When they broke through the front door, they discovered a sophisticated network of rooms housing an array of marijuana plants.
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Brisbane Regional Crime Command Acting Superintendent Geoff Sheldon said young plants were kept separate in a nursery, while developing and mature plants also had their own rooms.
Occupants had installed automatic watering systems and run piping through the roof to maintain their high-quality crop.
Up to 400 power leads were also weaved throughout the house.
All up, police say about $1 million worth of cannabis was housed within the rental property.