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LUCKNOW

Theodore, Qld

AUCTION

ID #12480

Property Description

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

Brad Hanson

  • T: 07 49972227
  • M: 0408 684 612
  • AH: 07 49973024

Gary Bishop

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

AUCTION 11.00AM THURSDAY 29TH NOVEMBER, 2018 AT THE MOURA TAVERN.

District/State
Theodore, Queensland.

Location
Lucknow is located 14 km South East of Theodore on the Cracow Road.  Property number is 12594 Cracow Road.  The dwelling, sheds and cattle yards are located approximately 1.5 km from the front boundary grid and mail box.

Area
1,764.209Ha  (4,359.33 acres)

Tenure

Lot 11 CP DW 270 Freehold
Lot 458 CP DW 231 Freehold
Lot 459 CP DW 231 Freehold


Services
240 volt mains power to the dwelling, shed and house bore.  Telstra land line to the dwelling.  Bitumen road access past the front boundary of the property. Australia Post mail service to the front grid, twice weekly.  Bus service to Theodore State School Years Prep to 10 along with a school bus service to Moura High School Years 7 to 12.

Meatworks
Lucknow is handy to Teys Australia Biloela Abattoir and Saleyards at Moura.

Country
The property features predominately red soils with areas of silver leaf ironbark on duplex soils. Fertile coolibah flood plains with tea tree clumps inhabit the gully areas. Velpar timber control treatment has been implemented across the property. Grass species include buffel, forest blue grass, black spear grass and kangaroo grass.

Water
Lucknow has a good spread of underground water with 4 bores as well as 2 dams.

House Bore: 1 x bore hole, fitted with a mains power electric submersible, supplying the house and cattle yards. 2 x 3,000 gallon concrete lined steel tanks, through 1.5 inch poly line. Pump installed in 1989, never been touched, am/pm timer and water level probe protection. Good soft water, used in the house for washing and has been used for drinking.

Middle Bore: 2 x bore holes, original hole equipped with a Comet windmill, 2 lengths of 1.5 in. Gal pipe, hole depth 60 ft. approximately delivering water into a 20,000 gallon concreted, open top steel tank + 2 concrete troughs within a fenced water enclosure. Second bore hole, tested at 2,000 gallon/hr when drilled, not equipped.

Back Bore: 2 x bore holes. Original hole has a standing Southern Cross wind mill, not equipped. Hole depth 56 ft. approximately.  A concrete lined, open topped, steel tank stands beside this mill.  Second hole, tested at 600 gallon/hr when drilled, equipped with a Solar/ Mono pump, installed 2017, delivering water 2km to 2 x 5,500 gallon poly tanks through 2 inch poly. Multiple troughs feed off this delivery line.

Lochibar Bore: 1 x bore hole, equipped with a Yanmar Jet pump, delivering water 1.5km to a 20,000 gallon concrete lined, open topped steel tank. Approx. 600 gallon/hr is delivered to this tank. This tank is not used regularly as stock water is delivered from the solar pump storage at the highest elevation on the property. In a wet season water has been seen flowing freely from this bore hole at ground level, unsure of pumping capacity, depth 60 ft. approximately.

Back Dam:
4,000 yard approximately located on a water course that has flowed every year. Equipped with a belt drive Mono pump/ Yanmar diesel, used to supplement the bore water supply.

Cattle Yards
Railway line posts, 2” pipe and cable make up the yards. A  Bud Flow forcing pen and portable panels have been implemented for the covered vet crush assembly. A calf branding facility completes the yards.  Cattle have access to a water trough within the yards.

Fencing
The property is fenced into twelve main paddocks.  Fencing is three and four high tensile barb, split wooden posts with steel posts between.  Many of the gateways are of steel frame construction with swung steel gates. Water points are controlled by enclosures. A laneway system runs the length of the property.

Feed Shed
A steel constructed feed shed consists of 3 x 20 ft. bays, currently one is used for hay, one is used for cotton seed and one is used for equipment storage. A steel molasses tank is positioned to allow for gravity flow of molasses to a feed trailer.

Dwelling
The house is a three bedroom dwelling, timber and fibro construction, on low stumps. Down stairs laundry and back patio area.  1 x 4,000 gallon rain water tank. Several split air conditioner systems cool the house. The garden is watered via the house bore.

Lucknow Rainfall

Year Millimetres Inches
2008 640 25.6
2009 503 20.12
2010 1095 43.8
2011 562 22.48
2012 753 30.12
2013 541 21.64
2014 453 18.12
2015 460 18.4
2016 404 16.16
2017 558 22.32
Total 5,969 238.76
2018
* Rainfall to date
530 21.2
10 Year Avg. 596.9 23.876


Agents Remarks
Lucknow features strong country and reliable water in a great location.

Auction
11.00am Thursday 29th November, 2018 at the Moura Tavern.

For Inspection Contact
Gary Bishop        0439 982 588
Brad Hanson      0408 684 612

 

 

AUCTION 11.00AM THURSDAY 29TH NOVEMBER, 2018 AT THE MOURA TAVERN.

District/State
Theodore, Queensland.

Location
Lucknow is located 14 km South East of Theodore on the Cracow Road.  Property number is 12594 Cracow Road.  The dwelling, sheds and cattle yards are located approximately 1.5 km from the front boundary grid and mail box.

Area
1,764.209Ha  (4,359.33 acres)

Tenure

Lot 11 CP DW 270 Freehold
Lot 458 CP DW 231 Freehold
Lot 459 CP DW 231 Freehold


Services
240 volt mains power to the dwelling, shed and house bore.  Telstra land line to the dwelling.  Bitumen road access past the front boundary of the property. Australia Post mail service to the front grid, twice weekly.  Bus service to Theodore State School Years Prep to 10 along with a school bus service to Moura High School Years 7 to 12.

Meatworks
Lucknow is handy to Teys Australia Biloela Abattoir and Saleyards at Moura.

Country
The property features predominately red soils with areas of silver leaf ironbark on duplex soils. Fertile coolibah flood plains with tea tree clumps inhabit the gully areas. Velpar timber control treatment has been implemented across the property. Grass species include buffel, forest blue grass, black spear grass and kangaroo grass.

Water
Lucknow has a good spread of underground water with 4 bores as well as 2 dams.

House Bore: 1 x bore hole, fitted with a mains power electric submersible, supplying the house and cattle yards. 2 x 3,000 gallon concrete lined steel tanks, through 1.5 inch poly line. Pump installed in 1989, never been touched, am/pm timer and water level probe protection. Good soft water, used in the house for washing and has been used for drinking.

Middle Bore: 2 x bore holes, original hole equipped with a Comet windmill, 2 lengths of 1.5 in. Gal pipe, hole depth 60 ft. approximately delivering water into a 20,000 gallon concreted, open top steel tank + 2 concrete troughs within a fenced water enclosure. Second bore hole, tested at 2,000 gallon/hr when drilled, not equipped.

Back Bore: 2 x bore holes. Original hole has a standing Southern Cross wind mill, not equipped. Hole depth 56 ft. approximately.  A concrete lined, open topped, steel tank stands beside this mill.  Second hole, tested at 600 gallon/hr when drilled, equipped with a Solar/ Mono pump, installed 2017, delivering water 2km to 2 x 5,500 gallon poly tanks through 2 inch poly. Multiple troughs feed off this delivery line.

Lochibar Bore: 1 x bore hole, equipped with a Yanmar Jet pump, delivering water 1.5km to a 20,000 gallon concrete lined, open topped steel tank. Approx. 600 gallon/hr is delivered to this tank. This tank is not used regularly as stock water is delivered from the solar pump storage at the highest elevation on the property. In a wet season water has been seen flowing freely from this bore hole at ground level, unsure of pumping capacity, depth 60 ft. approximately.

Back Dam:
4,000 yard approximately located on a water course that has flowed every year. Equipped with a belt drive Mono pump/ Yanmar diesel, used to supplement the bore water supply.

Cattle Yards
Railway line posts, 2” pipe and cable make up the yards. A  Bud Flow forcing pen and portable panels have been implemented for the covered vet crush assembly. A calf branding facility completes the yards.  Cattle have access to a water trough within the yards.

Fencing
The property is fenced into twelve main paddocks.  Fencing is three and four high tensile barb, split wooden posts with steel posts between.  Many of the gateways are of steel frame construction with swung steel gates. Water points are controlled by enclosures. A laneway system runs the length of the property.

Feed Shed
A steel constructed feed shed consists of 3 x 20 ft. bays, currently one is used for hay, one is used for cotton seed and one is used for equipment storage. A steel molasses tank is positioned to allow for gravity flow of molasses to a feed trailer.

Dwelling
The house is a three bedroom dwelling, timber and fibro construction, on low stumps. Down stairs laundry and back patio area.  1 x 4,000 gallon rain water tank. Several split air conditioner systems cool the house. The garden is watered via the house bore.

Lucknow Rainfall

Year Millimetres Inches
2008 640 25.6
2009 503 20.12
2010 1095 43.8
2011 562 22.48
2012 753 30.12
2013 541 21.64
2014 453 18.12
2015 460 18.4
2016 404 16.16
2017 558 22.32
Total 5,969 238.76
2018
* Rainfall to date
530 21.2
10 Year Avg. 596.9 23.876


Agents Remarks
Lucknow features strong country and reliable water in a great location.

Auction
11.00am Thursday 29th November, 2018 at the Moura Tavern.

For Inspection Contact
Gary Bishop        0439 982 588
Brad Hanson      0408 684 612

 

 

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