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Emus Nest

Breed, Background and Fatten in an Excellent Location Banana, Qld

Auction

ID #9389

Property Description

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

Gary Bishop

  • T: 0749972227
  • M: 0439 982 588
  • AH: 0749347393

Gary Hourn

  • T: 0749972227
  • M: 0407 971 140

SOLD

Auction  11.00am Thursday 14th December, 2017 at the Rockhampton Leagues Club.

District/State
Banana, Queensland.

Location
Extremely well located between the Dawson Highway and the Leichhardt Highway.  Thirty four kilometres west of Biloela and twelve kilometres east of Banana.

 Area
3,941.375 hectares, approximately 9,739.337 acres, Freehold.

Tenure
Parish of Neiman
Lot 13 on Crown Plan FN355 Freehold
Lot   6 on Crown Plan FN456 Freehold
Banana Shire Council rates $6,779.60 per half yearly, after discount.

 Services
Rural power, phone including mobile, television reception and twice weekly mail service.  Primary school at Banana to the west, with a bus service to Moura State High School.  There is a school bus eight kilometres to the east, that goes to Prospect Creek Primary School or connecting bus to Primary and Secondary Schools at Biloela.  Funding is available for boarding schools.

Country
There is approximately 1,700 hectares (4,200 acres) of scrub country and 2,270 hectares (5,609 acres) of forest type country.  The scrub country is mainly brigalow, bauhinia and wilga with some softwood interspersed.  The forest type country is mainly undulating iron bark, bloodwood and box country.  There is a mixture of improved and natural grasses with seca stylo through out the property.  Approximately 1,618 hectares (3,998 acres) has been pulled in the last two years, but not burnt.

Rainfall
Average annual rainfall of 26 inches.  The vendor has records dating back to 1966.

Carrying Capacity
Estimated carrying capacity is nine hundred breeders or one thousand four hundred backgrounders.

 Water
The property is reliably watered and can be run with minimal input.  An electric motor driving an Onga Jet pump on a dam, adjacent to the house complex pumps through a small distance of 35mm poly that connects to 65mm blue line poly pipe to four tanks that service five troughs.  The system waters the front two thirds of the property.  The back third of the property is watered by three large open dams.  There is six smaller dams as well.

Cattle Yards
The main yard is older timber posts and steel rails.  Large portable panel receiving yards lead to a well-constructed work area with a pound, a long race and a single deck loading ramp.
A CIA Immobilizer vet crush has a set of Ruddweigh scales.  There is a Breckon calf race with a Morrissey calf branding cradle.  The property has an all-weather road and road train access (reverse only).

Fencing
The boundary fences range from new to stock proof, all four barb with mainly wooden posts except for steel posts on one side.  Ten main paddocks are majority wooden posts with three and four barbs.  There are some smaller paddocks adjacent to the yards.  Most paddocks have been cut into cells to improve the grass cover.
The cattle yards are serviced by laneways and mustering squares throughout the property.  The laneways are partly three wire electric with solar energizers.

Improvements
The main homestead is well positioned with panoramic views of the surrounding district.  A brick veneer home with polished cyprus pine floors has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and large verandahs on two sides.  The large modern country style kitchen has a ceramic stove top.  All the bedrooms have built-in cupboards.  On the lower level there are two large (13m x 7m) rooms used for sewing with a garage, downstairs toilet and a large cold room.  There are ceiling fans throughout, a wood heater, two x 5,000 gallon and two x 3,000 gallon rainwater tanks.  Rainwater is connected throughout except for the toilets.  There are two pumps for each house, one for rainwater and one for dam water.  A large cement tank behind the houses supplies the cattle yards and the sprinklers for the house yards, this water is pumped from the dam.

The second home is an older timber building that has been renovated.  There are five bedrooms, one bathroom and a large open plan living area.  The living area contains a kitchen and pantry, with dining and lounge area.  Downstairs is a bathroom, toilet and laundry area.  There is an open verandah at the front and a closed verandah at the rear. A carport is adjacent to the house.

A large donga has been set up with three bedrooms and a kitchen, power is connected.

The large fully lockable eight bay shed (three bay drive in) has cement floors and a three bay skillion is attached.  The shed has two x 5,000 gallon rainwater tanks attached that supply the old house.  There is also a small lockable oil shed.

Leasehold Land
Tenure
Lot A on Crown Plan AP4389 Leasehold.  Annual land rent $227.20 incl GST.
Area 28 hectares, approximately 69.189 acres.

Agents Remarks
Emus Nest has been in the one family since it was balloted in 1964.  The location could not be better, and the property is for genuine sale due to retirement.

Auction
11.00am Thursday 14th December, 2017 at the Rockhampton Leagues Club.

DISCLAIMER
” The above information has been supplied to us by the Vendor. We do not accept responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass this information on. Interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.”

 

 

 

SOLD

Auction  11.00am Thursday 14th December, 2017 at the Rockhampton Leagues Club.

District/State
Banana, Queensland.

Location
Extremely well located between the Dawson Highway and the Leichhardt Highway.  Thirty four kilometres west of Biloela and twelve kilometres east of Banana.

 Area
3,941.375 hectares, approximately 9,739.337 acres, Freehold.

Tenure
Parish of Neiman
Lot 13 on Crown Plan FN355 Freehold
Lot   6 on Crown Plan FN456 Freehold
Banana Shire Council rates $6,779.60 per half yearly, after discount.

 Services
Rural power, phone including mobile, television reception and twice weekly mail service.  Primary school at Banana to the west, with a bus service to Moura State High School.  There is a school bus eight kilometres to the east, that goes to Prospect Creek Primary School or connecting bus to Primary and Secondary Schools at Biloela.  Funding is available for boarding schools.

Country
There is approximately 1,700 hectares (4,200 acres) of scrub country and 2,270 hectares (5,609 acres) of forest type country.  The scrub country is mainly brigalow, bauhinia and wilga with some softwood interspersed.  The forest type country is mainly undulating iron bark, bloodwood and box country.  There is a mixture of improved and natural grasses with seca stylo through out the property.  Approximately 1,618 hectares (3,998 acres) has been pulled in the last two years, but not burnt.

Rainfall
Average annual rainfall of 26 inches.  The vendor has records dating back to 1966.

Carrying Capacity
Estimated carrying capacity is nine hundred breeders or one thousand four hundred backgrounders.

 Water
The property is reliably watered and can be run with minimal input.  An electric motor driving an Onga Jet pump on a dam, adjacent to the house complex pumps through a small distance of 35mm poly that connects to 65mm blue line poly pipe to four tanks that service five troughs.  The system waters the front two thirds of the property.  The back third of the property is watered by three large open dams.  There is six smaller dams as well.

Cattle Yards
The main yard is older timber posts and steel rails.  Large portable panel receiving yards lead to a well-constructed work area with a pound, a long race and a single deck loading ramp.
A CIA Immobilizer vet crush has a set of Ruddweigh scales.  There is a Breckon calf race with a Morrissey calf branding cradle.  The property has an all-weather road and road train access (reverse only).

Fencing
The boundary fences range from new to stock proof, all four barb with mainly wooden posts except for steel posts on one side.  Ten main paddocks are majority wooden posts with three and four barbs.  There are some smaller paddocks adjacent to the yards.  Most paddocks have been cut into cells to improve the grass cover.
The cattle yards are serviced by laneways and mustering squares throughout the property.  The laneways are partly three wire electric with solar energizers.

Improvements
The main homestead is well positioned with panoramic views of the surrounding district.  A brick veneer home with polished cyprus pine floors has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and large verandahs on two sides.  The large modern country style kitchen has a ceramic stove top.  All the bedrooms have built-in cupboards.  On the lower level there are two large (13m x 7m) rooms used for sewing with a garage, downstairs toilet and a large cold room.  There are ceiling fans throughout, a wood heater, two x 5,000 gallon and two x 3,000 gallon rainwater tanks.  Rainwater is connected throughout except for the toilets.  There are two pumps for each house, one for rainwater and one for dam water.  A large cement tank behind the houses supplies the cattle yards and the sprinklers for the house yards, this water is pumped from the dam.

The second home is an older timber building that has been renovated.  There are five bedrooms, one bathroom and a large open plan living area.  The living area contains a kitchen and pantry, with dining and lounge area.  Downstairs is a bathroom, toilet and laundry area.  There is an open verandah at the front and a closed verandah at the rear. A carport is adjacent to the house.

A large donga has been set up with three bedrooms and a kitchen, power is connected.

The large fully lockable eight bay shed (three bay drive in) has cement floors and a three bay skillion is attached.  The shed has two x 5,000 gallon rainwater tanks attached that supply the old house.  There is also a small lockable oil shed.

Leasehold Land
Tenure
Lot A on Crown Plan AP4389 Leasehold.  Annual land rent $227.20 incl GST.
Area 28 hectares, approximately 69.189 acres.

Agents Remarks
Emus Nest has been in the one family since it was balloted in 1964.  The location could not be better, and the property is for genuine sale due to retirement.

Auction
11.00am Thursday 14th December, 2017 at the Rockhampton Leagues Club.

DISCLAIMER
” The above information has been supplied to us by the Vendor. We do not accept responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass this information on. Interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.”

 

 

 

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