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Tedlands Station

One of the best cattle properties in the high rainfall area of Coastal Queensland and well located to all facilities.

SOLD AT AUCTION TODAY, 25TH JULY 2017.

ID #8373

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

John Crerar

  • T: 0749972227
  • M: 0427678901

TEDLANDS STATION SOLD AT AUCTION TODAY 25TH JULY UNDER THE HAMMER FOR $9.I MILLION.
Congratulations to purchasers Ron, Diane and James Pullen from Queensland based properties “Codrilla” at Nebo and “Mira” at Rolleston.
Hourn and Bishop wish to thank the vendors for the opportunity to market “Tedlands Station” and the underbidders that attended todays auction.

District/State
Koumala, Queensland.
Location
Six kilometres from the Bruce Highway, east of Koumala.
Twenty five kilometres from Sarina.
Sixty five kilometres from Mackay.
Two hundred and eighty six kilometres from Rockhampton.
Area
3,285.744 hectares (8,119.4 acres approximately).
Tenure
Lot  9 on RP 893226  Freehold
Lot 32 on SP 237266  Freehold
Lot 38 on SP 258615  Freehold
Lot 39 on SP 258615  Freehold
Mackay Regional Council.
Rainfall
1,625mm per annum.
Services
Rural power, phone and internet, primary school at Koumala and a secondary school at Sarina.   Meatworks at Mackay and Rockhampton, saleyards at Sarina and Gracemere.  Rates $25,154.26 per half yearly, after discount.   A well maintained 900 metre airstrip.
Country
The property is bordered by the estuarine and lower freshwater reaches of Rocky Dam Creek along its eastern boundary and Mt Christian along the southern boundary. Tedlands Creek drains the western section of the property. A bund wall near the lower reaches of Rocky Dam Creek and Tedlands Creek at the northern  end of the property sustains a large wetland complex.
There are approximately eight original vegetation types.  Bordering Rocky Dam Creek this ranges from lowland (riparian) rainforest, dry vine forest soils to some mangrove wetland and marine couch.  Between Rocky Dam Creek and Mt Christian the country ranges through both melaleuca woodland and dry vine forest soils leading to melaleuca wetland type and freshwater wetlands. There is an area of riparian eucalypt woodland forest around Mt Christian. The principal stream drainage lines and wetlands have been protected by riparian buffer clearing setbacks.
Approximately two hundred and ten hectares (519 acres) of developed heavy carrying ponded pastures with a mixture of para grass, hymenachne and aleman is complemented by a small area of marine couch. There is approximately, one thousand six hundred and eighty five hectares (4,163 acres) of lightly undulating improved fertilized pasture, comprising a mix of pangola, tully humidicola, rhodes grass, signal grass, kazungula setaria and a mixture of seca, verano and cardillo centro legumes. An extensive fertiliser history for the improved pastures is available. The balance of the country rises to approximately seven hundred and fifty hectares (1,853 acres) of timbered grazing areas interspersed with legumes and approximately five hundred and thirty hectares (1,310 acres) of steeper hill country are associated with Mount Christian. A large percentage of the property is suitable for cane production. “Tedlands Station” is neighboured by cane on its eastern side. A PMAV is in place.
Carrying Capacity
The property has consistently run two thousand four hundred branded cattle including one thousand two hundred breeders.
Fences
The natural boundary on the eastern side is against Rocky Dam Creek.  The western boundary is mostly new.  The balance of the boundary and internal fencing is in good stock proof condition consisting mainly of rosewood posts and four barb wires.  All existing boundary fences against adjoining cane land have been renewed in the last three years. 
Water
“Tedlands Station” is extremely well watered by a series of catchments with creeks and natural waterholes.  These are supplemented by six dams.  The largest dam is equipped with a turkeys nest and pump, delivering to two troughs that service a large number of cattle.
Improvements   
Cattle Yards
The large cattle yards consist of approximately fifty percent timber construction and fifty percent renewed with steel cattle rail. The yards include a large receiving yard with water, forcing yard, under cover pound with a six way draft and crows nest. This leads to a two panel crush incorporating a Beef King vet crush with squeeze and scales. There are undercover branding facilities with a Breckon calf cradle, concrete plunge dip and single deck loading ramp.
Main Homestead
The main homestead is a low set weather board, three bedroom home. The house yard features lush lawns with mature shady trees overlooking a large permanent lagoon.
Homestead shed – 15m x 9m five bay timber frame shed, with two concreted bays covered in on three sides, with power and lights. Attached to the rear of the shed is a 15m x 4m skillion.
There is also 3m x 3m butcher shop.
Workers Residence
High set three bedroom cladded home, on concrete stumps with two vehicle accommodation and laundry underneath.
Workers Residence shed – 18m x 9m four bay timber and steel framed shed, covered in on three sides with one bay fully enclosed and concreted.
Owners Retreat
The unique architecturally designed two bedroom highset weather board home features polished hardwood floors and is nestled amongst the melaleucas. The tranquil bushland setting can be enjoyed from the surrounding verandah which includes a fully screened area.
Stock
A quality herd of Droughtmaster cattle will be sold with the property on a walk in walk out basis.
Plant
A list of station plant will be included in the sale.
Agents Comments
This is one of the best cattle properties in the high rainfall area of Coastal Queensland and well located to all facilities.   Geographical isolation provides a self-replenishing and sustainable ecosystem.
Auction
11.00am Tuesday 25th July, 2017 at the Rockhampton Leagues Club, Cambridge Street, Rockhampton.

For further enquiries or to book an inspection, contact the exclusive selling agent:
Gary Bishop 0439 982 588
John Crerar  0427 678 901

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.”

TEDLANDS STATION SOLD AT AUCTION TODAY 25TH JULY UNDER THE HAMMER FOR $9.I MILLION.
Congratulations to purchasers Ron, Diane and James Pullen from Queensland based properties “Codrilla” at Nebo and “Mira” at Rolleston.
Hourn and Bishop wish to thank the vendors for the opportunity to market “Tedlands Station” and the underbidders that attended todays auction.

District/State
Koumala, Queensland.
Location
Six kilometres from the Bruce Highway, east of Koumala.
Twenty five kilometres from Sarina.
Sixty five kilometres from Mackay.
Two hundred and eighty six kilometres from Rockhampton.
Area
3,285.744 hectares (8,119.4 acres approximately).
Tenure
Lot  9 on RP 893226  Freehold
Lot 32 on SP 237266  Freehold
Lot 38 on SP 258615  Freehold
Lot 39 on SP 258615  Freehold
Mackay Regional Council.
Rainfall
1,625mm per annum.
Services
Rural power, phone and internet, primary school at Koumala and a secondary school at Sarina.   Meatworks at Mackay and Rockhampton, saleyards at Sarina and Gracemere.  Rates $25,154.26 per half yearly, after discount.   A well maintained 900 metre airstrip.
Country
The property is bordered by the estuarine and lower freshwater reaches of Rocky Dam Creek along its eastern boundary and Mt Christian along the southern boundary. Tedlands Creek drains the western section of the property. A bund wall near the lower reaches of Rocky Dam Creek and Tedlands Creek at the northern  end of the property sustains a large wetland complex.
There are approximately eight original vegetation types.  Bordering Rocky Dam Creek this ranges from lowland (riparian) rainforest, dry vine forest soils to some mangrove wetland and marine couch.  Between Rocky Dam Creek and Mt Christian the country ranges through both melaleuca woodland and dry vine forest soils leading to melaleuca wetland type and freshwater wetlands. There is an area of riparian eucalypt woodland forest around Mt Christian. The principal stream drainage lines and wetlands have been protected by riparian buffer clearing setbacks.
Approximately two hundred and ten hectares (519 acres) of developed heavy carrying ponded pastures with a mixture of para grass, hymenachne and aleman is complemented by a small area of marine couch. There is approximately, one thousand six hundred and eighty five hectares (4,163 acres) of lightly undulating improved fertilized pasture, comprising a mix of pangola, tully humidicola, rhodes grass, signal grass, kazungula setaria and a mixture of seca, verano and cardillo centro legumes. An extensive fertiliser history for the improved pastures is available. The balance of the country rises to approximately seven hundred and fifty hectares (1,853 acres) of timbered grazing areas interspersed with legumes and approximately five hundred and thirty hectares (1,310 acres) of steeper hill country are associated with Mount Christian. A large percentage of the property is suitable for cane production. “Tedlands Station” is neighboured by cane on its eastern side. A PMAV is in place.
Carrying Capacity
The property has consistently run two thousand four hundred branded cattle including one thousand two hundred breeders.
Fences
The natural boundary on the eastern side is against Rocky Dam Creek.  The western boundary is mostly new.  The balance of the boundary and internal fencing is in good stock proof condition consisting mainly of rosewood posts and four barb wires.  All existing boundary fences against adjoining cane land have been renewed in the last three years. 
Water
“Tedlands Station” is extremely well watered by a series of catchments with creeks and natural waterholes.  These are supplemented by six dams.  The largest dam is equipped with a turkeys nest and pump, delivering to two troughs that service a large number of cattle.
Improvements   
Cattle Yards
The large cattle yards consist of approximately fifty percent timber construction and fifty percent renewed with steel cattle rail. The yards include a large receiving yard with water, forcing yard, under cover pound with a six way draft and crows nest. This leads to a two panel crush incorporating a Beef King vet crush with squeeze and scales. There are undercover branding facilities with a Breckon calf cradle, concrete plunge dip and single deck loading ramp.
Main Homestead
The main homestead is a low set weather board, three bedroom home. The house yard features lush lawns with mature shady trees overlooking a large permanent lagoon.
Homestead shed – 15m x 9m five bay timber frame shed, with two concreted bays covered in on three sides, with power and lights. Attached to the rear of the shed is a 15m x 4m skillion.
There is also 3m x 3m butcher shop.
Workers Residence
High set three bedroom cladded home, on concrete stumps with two vehicle accommodation and laundry underneath.
Workers Residence shed – 18m x 9m four bay timber and steel framed shed, covered in on three sides with one bay fully enclosed and concreted.
Owners Retreat
The unique architecturally designed two bedroom highset weather board home features polished hardwood floors and is nestled amongst the melaleucas. The tranquil bushland setting can be enjoyed from the surrounding verandah which includes a fully screened area.
Stock
A quality herd of Droughtmaster cattle will be sold with the property on a walk in walk out basis.
Plant
A list of station plant will be included in the sale.
Agents Comments
This is one of the best cattle properties in the high rainfall area of Coastal Queensland and well located to all facilities.   Geographical isolation provides a self-replenishing and sustainable ecosystem.
Auction
11.00am Tuesday 25th July, 2017 at the Rockhampton Leagues Club, Cambridge Street, Rockhampton.

For further enquiries or to book an inspection, contact the exclusive selling agent:
Gary Bishop 0439 982 588
John Crerar  0427 678 901

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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