Adam Goodes’ $2.2million investment home is raided as part of a $1million cannabis bust across Sydney with police allegedly finding a ‘sophisticated hydroponic set up with 62 cannabis plants’

  • Adam Goodes’ investment property renters allegedly growing cannabis plants 
  • Task Force Grassy raided the home and found 62 plants with a hydroponic set up
  • Ten other people with arrested across several different Sydney suburbs   


AFL great Adam Goodes got the call every landlord dreads – his multimillion-dollar investment property had been used to grow drugs.

The former Sydney Swans star bought the five-bedroom house in Kensington for $2.2 million in 2007, years before his retirement in 2015.

But after more than a decade of decent tenants, the Milroy Avenue home was raided by police as part of a $1 million cannabis bust across Sydney.


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