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Wee Warra Walgett/CumborahAREA:
8,345 ha (20,620 ac) WLL
Wee Warra is located in the Walgett/Cumborah area approximately 60km north west of Walgett and 45km west of Lightning Ridge on the Wilby Wilby Road.
The property comprises a mix of level black and grey clays and the balance red ridge. Approximately 1200ha receives periodic flooding from Rotten Plain which is considered beneficial. Timbered by Coolibah, Belah, Wilga, Box and Pine. Grasses include Mitchell and clovers.
890ha black/grey cultivation
320ha black/grey grazing
7,135ha timbered red ridge
Currently there are 50 cows on farm. 500 merinos and approximately 5,500 goats
Approximately 6,500 goats could be run on the red ridge country
Fenced into 12 main paddocks and 4 smaller holding paddocks
Fencing is mostly new or repaired being mostly barb wire, ring lock and hinge joint with steel posts and steel end assemblies.
Majority has been repaired in the last 12 months and is fully goat proof with one way gates allowing wild goats to be trapped inside property.
House dam and rainwater tanks (250,000L) at buildings provide domestic water
6 good sized earth dams, 3 recently de silted, 4 smaller dams
Currently 4km of poly line being installed to 4 tanks, 8 troughs
Main homestead - 4 bed 1 bath, with double garage and in ground pool.
Managers residence - 4 bed, 1 bath with garage/carport
Guests cottage - 2 bed, 1 bath
Main workshop/storage shed/part fully enclosed, power connected.
Wool shed with yards attached
Cattle yards, all steel, with railway line extensions and pens for goats
Goat complex currently being installed onto cattle yards.
Wee Warra offers a unique opportunity for buyer looking to get into mixed farming and goat enterprise.
The property is being sold in conjunction with Dianne Kelly of Kelly Rural Property Sales, Walgett - 0408 281 428
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Last updated: 02:31AM on Mar 28th 2018