Rural for sale
Rural in Goondiwindi, QLD
5 2 3
$650 per acre
IDEAL BACKGROUNDING BLOCK DUE TO LOCATION AND ACCESSAREA & TENURE: 4,060 Hectares (10,032 Acres) Freehold in 16 titles. Lot 9 on MH120, Lot 60 on MH128, Lot 22-24 on MH138, Lot 25-26 on MH139, Lot 17 on MH447, Lot 18-19 on MH788, Lot 43-45 on MH147, Lot 41-42 MH147, Lot 15 SP135722. Parish of Commoran. Goondiwindi Regional Council. Rates $11,497.46 per half year approximately.
SITUATED: 15km north-east of Goondiwindi with highway frontage to Cunningham highway and bitumen road frontage to 3 sides of the property. Excellent proximity to local feedlot markets for cattle, grain & fodder sales (Whyalla, Sapphire & Myola). Well positioned to livestock selling centres at Goondiwindi, Warwick, Roma, Dalby and Toowoomba. Major grain receival depots at Goondiwindi and Yelarbon.
SERVICES: Rural power & 3-phase power, STD phone, mobile phone reception, television reception and twice weekly mail service from Goondiwindi. School bus at front gate to primary and secondary schools in Goondiwindi. Medical, hospital, nursing home, professional, agricultural service, recreational and all necessary facilities associated with a major regional township available in Goondiwindi.
COUNTRY: A quality mix of soils ranging from friable, self-mulching Brigalow Belah to lighter Box country with a little regrowth, ideal for farming winter and summer crops. Grazing country consists of a grey loam soil with Blue grass and native summer grasses with original timber being Belah, Box, Wilga and Sandalwood. Approximately 394 hectares (973 acres) of cultivation country planted back to improved pastures of Bambatsi, Buffel, Panic & Creeping Blue grass. Approximately 1,630 hectares (4,027 acres) of natural grazing country, shade lines and service area.
CULTIVATION: 2,036 hectares (5,030 acres) of current cultivation consisting of approximately 900 hectares planted to wheat, 200 hectares of oats, 70 hectares of vetch and the balance fallow. Majority of cultivation country is Brigalow Belah self-mulching soil under very good management, with local farm consultants Michael Castor & Associates overseeing the property for the past 15 years.
RAINFALL: 600mm (24 inch) annual average.
WATER: An abundance of water with 5 flowing bores, capped & piped to troughs, strategically positioned throughout the properties, utilised for stock and spraying purposes. Three additional sub-artesian bores that are not equipped. Semi-permanent holes in Murri Murri Creek.
FENCING: Sub-divided into 30 paddocks plus holding paddocks with a laneway system that has cattle yards at one end & sheep yards at the other end. Internal fencing consists of netting and barb or hingejoint and barb. Majority of boundary fences are relatively new (less than 6 years), comprising hingejoint & barb with steel posts.
IMPROVEMENTS: Timber homestead of 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom, with dining/lounge, family room, office and verandahs along the northern & southern sides. Timber second home is 5 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen, office and outdoor area. Workers cottage. Machinery shed. Storage shed. 2 x 400 tonne bulk grain shed/storage shed. 380 tonne silo space with aerators. Agri Dry 10 tonne grain dryer. 4 stand shearing shed - 3 sets of sheep yards. New steel cattle yards with all-weather access, water, crush cradle and loading ramp. Second set of timber cattle yards at the house. 900m airstrip. Various sheds and outbuildings.
REMARKS: "Coomba", which has been in the Webb family since 1973, will provide the new owners with a versatile property that is suited to most cropping & grazing enterprise mixes. Ideal backgrounding block due to location and access.
The above report has been prepared by us on information we have obtained and while we trust it to be correct, it is not guaranteed by us and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries.
Last updated: 01:07PM on May 30th 2016