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CURRAWONG, Baralaba, Qld

Strong Country & Secure Water

AUCTION

ID #19106

Property Description

Interested in this listing or have any questions? Please contact using info below:

Brad Hanson

  • T: 07 4997 2227
  • M: 0408 684 612

District/State
Baralaba, Queensland.

Location
Located twenty-one kilometres from Baralaba, eighty kilometres from Biloela and one hundred and twenty kilometres from Rockhampton.

Area
1,350.887 hectares (3,338.11 acres) approximately.

Tenure

Lot Plan Reference Tenure Area Shire
16 Crown Plan FN161 Freehold 1337.587Ha (3,305.25 acres) Banana
1 Crown Plan RL1760 Lands Lease 13.3Ha (32.86acres) Banana

Rates per half year $3,470.15, after discount.

Services
Bitumen road frontage to the property.  Five kilometres to the school bus service for Baralaba State School P-10. Twice weekly mail service, rural power, telephone and mobile service.  Full amenities and services available in the towns of Baralaba, Biloela and Rockhampton.  Located in close proximity to abattoirs, saleyards and liveweight scales.

Country
Predominately developed brigalow, blackbutt and bottletree softwood scrub country rising up to ironbark, bloodwood and rosewood tableland country. Currawong is well grassed with established stands of buffel, green panic and rhodes grass.  There is an extensive number of legumes on Currawong including seca stylo, siratro and wynn cassia. Para grass has been established in the melon hole country.  1,100 acres has recently been pulled.  There is a PMAV in place.

Water
Secure water is a feature of this property.  Currawong has a 5.5 meg water allocation from the Benleith Water Scheme for stock purposes.  ($3,120 annually). The Benleith Water is delivered to a centrally located 10,000-gallon storage tank that is then reticulated via gravity throughout the property to nine water points.  There are five dams on Currawong. The house dam is connected to the water infrastructure with a Grundfos 240-volt pump as an auxiliary water system.

Rainfall
634mm (25 inches) long term annual mean average.

Carrying Capacity
480 backgrounders or 300 cows and calves.

Cattle Yards
A quality set of centrally located steel cattle yards that were constructed in 2017.  The yards feature a six-way pound, RPM vet crush, three-way draft, branding race and cradle. Water points are connected at the yards.

Fencing
The property is subdivided into ten main paddocks.  The fencing is constructed of both timber and steel posts with four barb wire.

Improvements
The homestead is a roomy highset four-bedroom home with office, reverse cycle airconditioning and two undercover carparks.  The open plan living area, kitchen and floorcoverings have recently been renovated. The front of the house offers a full-length screened verandah.
A fully enclosed 18 x 13 metre steel machinery / hay shed. Workshop shed 13 x 10 metre with two concreted bays and power connected.

Stock
Sold bare of stock and plant.
Early access available to the successful purchaser for up to 250 head.

Agents Remarks
Currawong is a well-located cattle property with a solid mix of fertile country, secure water and would suit either a breeding, backgrounding or fattening enterprise.

Auction
11:00am Tuesday, 30th March 2021.
Moura Tavern, Bell Street, Moura.

For Inspection Contact
Brad Hanson 0408 684 612

 

District/State
Baralaba, Queensland.

Location
Located twenty-one kilometres from Baralaba, eighty kilometres from Biloela and one hundred and twenty kilometres from Rockhampton.

Area
1,350.887 hectares (3,338.11 acres) approximately.

Tenure

Lot Plan Reference Tenure Area Shire
16 Crown Plan FN161 Freehold 1337.587Ha (3,305.25 acres) Banana
1 Crown Plan RL1760 Lands Lease 13.3Ha (32.86acres) Banana

Rates per half year $3,470.15, after discount.

Services
Bitumen road frontage to the property.  Five kilometres to the school bus service for Baralaba State School P-10. Twice weekly mail service, rural power, telephone and mobile service.  Full amenities and services available in the towns of Baralaba, Biloela and Rockhampton.  Located in close proximity to abattoirs, saleyards and liveweight scales.

Country
Predominately developed brigalow, blackbutt and bottletree softwood scrub country rising up to ironbark, bloodwood and rosewood tableland country. Currawong is well grassed with established stands of buffel, green panic and rhodes grass.  There is an extensive number of legumes on Currawong including seca stylo, siratro and wynn cassia. Para grass has been established in the melon hole country.  1,100 acres has recently been pulled.  There is a PMAV in place.

Water
Secure water is a feature of this property.  Currawong has a 5.5 meg water allocation from the Benleith Water Scheme for stock purposes.  ($3,120 annually). The Benleith Water is delivered to a centrally located 10,000-gallon storage tank that is then reticulated via gravity throughout the property to nine water points.  There are five dams on Currawong. The house dam is connected to the water infrastructure with a Grundfos 240-volt pump as an auxiliary water system.

Rainfall
634mm (25 inches) long term annual mean average.

Carrying Capacity
480 backgrounders or 300 cows and calves.

Cattle Yards
A quality set of centrally located steel cattle yards that were constructed in 2017.  The yards feature a six-way pound, RPM vet crush, three-way draft, branding race and cradle. Water points are connected at the yards.

Fencing
The property is subdivided into ten main paddocks.  The fencing is constructed of both timber and steel posts with four barb wire.

Improvements
The homestead is a roomy highset four-bedroom home with office, reverse cycle airconditioning and two undercover carparks.  The open plan living area, kitchen and floorcoverings have recently been renovated. The front of the house offers a full-length screened verandah.
A fully enclosed 18 x 13 metre steel machinery / hay shed. Workshop shed 13 x 10 metre with two concreted bays and power connected.

Stock
Sold bare of stock and plant.
Early access available to the successful purchaser for up to 250 head.

Agents Remarks
Currawong is a well-located cattle property with a solid mix of fertile country, secure water and would suit either a breeding, backgrounding or fattening enterprise.

Auction
11:00am Tuesday, 30th March 2021.
Moura Tavern, Bell Street, Moura.

For Inspection Contact
Brad Hanson 0408 684 612

 

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