CommercialProperty2Sell have over 132 Commercial Real Estate & Properties for Lease in 60 suburbs/cities in Regional Nsw, NSW. We have 58 Commercial Real Estate for Lease TAMWORTH, 46 in ORANGE, 42 in BATHURST, 33 in OBERON, 19 in DUBBO, 18 in COWRA, 16 in MOREE, 7 in BROADWAY, 5 in WYANGALA, 4 in CANOWINDRA, 4 in LITHGOW, 4 in WARIALDA, 4 in O\'CONNELL
132 Commercial Real Estate and Properties in Regional Nsw are listed in 9 categories. We have 129 Commercial Farms for Lease , 79 Offices for Lease , 77 Retail Shops for Lease , 22 Industrial Warehouses for Lease , 8 Other Commercial Properties for Lease and 3 Development Lands for Lease .
Approx. 3.6ha between 11th & 14th St Perfect investment for future development(STCA) Great for horses and livestock Ideal hobby farm or crop growing This type of location is rare to find Land bank for your family’s future
Inspect today large shed and office in a central location within the Vale Road Complex this approx.. 700 sqm warehouse shed plus office area featuring a reception area, 3 room offices (carpeted with central heating and connectivity), a meals room and a door which leads to the workshop/warehouse floor. There is a male toilet with shower and a urinal plus a separate larger toilet. The shed is accessible by 2 roller doors the largest approx 4.2 meters high plus 3 PA doors. Plenty of parking spaces approx 10. The shed also offers a steel framed mezzanine level. Call today to arrange your inspection.
18.53 hectares (45.7 acres) of land previously planted to citrus Rare opportunity to purchase riverfront acreage Includes transportable hut and three bay colorbond shed Irrigation in place, replant or build your dream home Great spot for fishing, boating and camping with direct river access Wake up to picture perfect Darling River views
Featuring 210 Hectares mixed grape enterprise. Approximately 55 Hectares Table Grapes, 19 Hectares wine grapes, 16 Hectares dried grapes, 7 Hectares of multi purpose grapes & 20 hectares irrigated Fallow country. Very comfortable & functional Managers residence with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom home complete with attached 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom granny Flat. Substantial infrastructure incorporating large packing shed, 2 coolrooms, machinery sheds, Overseer cottage, workers accommodation and ablution block. Private diversion License with a 547mg annual use limit pumped by Perkins 6 cylinder turbo charged diesel motor direct coupled to a Southern Cross 250mm – 200mm centrifugal pump. 40 megalitre centrally located storage dam delivering water to the plantings via low level sprays & drip irrigation. Memorandum on request.
15.48 hectares of citrus plantings planted to Late Lane navels, Cara Cara & Eureka lemons 4.5 hectares vacant land ready for developing. Excellent rich sandy loam soils Irrigation via Private Diversion licence on the Murray to low level sprays and drip irrigation Comfortable weatherboard 3 bedroom residence with double carport & evaporative cooling Other improvements include a 445 m2 shed with power and concrete floor Great location, less than 5kms to Mildura CBD. Call now to arrange an inspection
Located in Lee Street Kelso is affordable storage shed approx 128 sqm with shower and toilet. Offers small, small light load mezzanine area and two roller doors approx 3 meters high. Good size concrete area at the front of premise, plus grass area. Access off Lee St. (Plus electricity contribution)
Located at Darling River pool level is one of the regions highest production property on some of our best soils & utilizing best management practices. With a total of 125 acres of trellised top production wine grapes .Incorporating 9.2 acres of Columbard 12.5 acres Shiraz,16.25 acres Cabernet Sauvignon,50 acres Chardonnay, & 37.6 acres of Sauvignon Blanc. Excellent production figures are achieved by state of the art Fully automated Quamonix undervine drippers & Irrimax soil moisture monitoring. Using this Back to base telemetry makes the management and day to day operation simple and efficient & a state of the art production enterprise. Watered by 65HP 3 phase Electric pump & back up diesel pump watering 32 acre shifts. 9 foot rows and excellent machinery shed. 50 acres of arable country in conjunction with 25 acres buffer down to the river frontage. Plantings as follows: COLUMBARD ON RAMSEY 9.2 ACRES SHIRAZ ON RUGGERI 12.5 ACRES CABERNET SAUVIGNON ON RUGGERI 16.25 ACRES CHARDONNAY ON RAMSEY 50 ACRES SAUVIGNON BLANC ON RUGGERI 37.6 ACRES Enquire today for information memorandum.
Citrus properties are becoming increasingly difficult to acquire and are in very high demand. Take advantage of the Asian export boom. Comprising and planted to late lanes, early Lanes, specialty pink flesh navel, valencia, mandarin, lemon, pink flesh grapefruit, avocado, washington navels, barnfield, navelina oranges, leng navels, nucellar, cara cara and powell. Improvements include, packing shed 641m2, 2 bedroom farm cottage, storage shed and workshop 117m2, 3 bedroom brick veneer home and 2 bedroom timber cottage. Irrigation is low level sprinklers powered by new Teco 37.5kw electric motor. For more details, contact Mr Tony Roccisano on 0418 502 101. Sale by expressions of interest, closing 7.12.18 @ 4pm.
Tamalee Farm will be holding a dispersal auction commencing 11am on Sunday, May 6, 2018. We will be selling 8 yearlings and 16 weanlings by Arlington and about 30 mares, mostly in foal to him. Those in foal to other sires include: Dashoff (positive to Teofilo) Tennessee Mischief (positive to Dream Ahead) Tennessee Moontite (positive to Dream Ahead) Tennessee Move (positive to Dawn Approach) Arlington will also be auctioned on the day. Catalogue: To view Catalogue and Pedigree Updates Click on Blue tabs on right above horse photos. Venue: Tamalee Stud Farm, 354 Old Winton Road, Tamworth Open Day on the 5th of May for inspections, from 9am 3pm If you wish to register as a bidder, please email email@example.com or call our office. Selling Agents: Burke & Smyth Stock & Station Agents Pty Ltd 261 Peel Street Tamworth Phone: 02 6766 1411 Contacts Simon Burke 0427 634 341 Ken Blanch (Stud Manager) 0407 936 978
Where in our region will you find your own private island? Right here only 15kms out of Wentworth. This unique opportunity has to be inspected to be appreciated. Featuring 1.1Ha down to the river and then the 33 Ha of island. Your tranquility and seclusion is guaranteed and you are only limited as to what you can do by your imagination. Guaranteed pool level water all year round, abundant wildlife, perfect fishing and water sports for all. Ideally suited to eco tourisim (STCA) or a similar type proposal. A chance like this only comes around once in a lifetime & really needs to be seen to be believed. BOOK YOUR INSPECTION TODAY!
4 (A) industrial land in a newly established industrial area just minutes from the Narrandera CBD. The property is level and comes complete with '?yclone' fencing around the perimeter & sealed road frontage, 2 Dams with 1 dam lined. There is a large 15.25 x 12.2 x 6.1m shed with chain operated roller doors at both ends & office block with kitchen area, toilet & shower. Potential to subdivide STCA. Contact Ray White Narrandera today for more details and arrange your inspection!
Situated approximately 25 Km West of West Wyalong on the Mid Western Highway, "Picola" is the perfect blend of grazing and cropping country, ideal as a stand alone starter property or add on block for existing operators. This 2030 Ac block boasts; Mid Western Highway frontage. Open Box and Pine country for cropping and grazing. Timber covered ridges containing Rosewood for stock protection. 3 Bedroom Weatherboard Home Steel framed 3 stand shearing shed. Steel sheep yards. Steel framed machinery shed and workshop. Lightly cropped paddocks ready for rotation. 18" Rainfall zone. Good dam water infrastructure. Sound fencing with a number newly established. The West Wyalong region is knows for: Reliable rainfall. Easy access to the southern capitals and markets by road and rail. An active, vibrant community. An established mining industry with employment opportunities. "Picola" represents a great opportunity to establish yourself in agriculture or add valuable acres to an existing operation. It contains all the elements of a productive operation without overcapitalizing. Given recent auction results, "Picola" could be some of the cheapest cropping country for this rainfall. If not sold prior, "Picola" will be offered for public auction on the 30th of May 2017. Be sure to book your inspections today by calling 0488 594 450. Early access is available to start the 2017 cropping program.
A rural lifestyle retreat that’s sure to leave a long lasting first impression. Situated on 10 acres (+ 2 acres leasehold) 4 ½ kilometres to well serviced rural town of Manilla with all the facilities –new hospital , doctors, public & private schools, pool, parks, supermarket, solicitor, accountant, hardware store, library, farm/grain supplier, petrol, bakery etc. Ideal for family with horses with round yard and flat fenced paddocks, backing onto creek. Perfectly situated for pony club, rodeo, cutting horses, shows plus local show ground set up for horse events, stabling, new shower block plus powered camping sites. The property is close to town but provides plenty of privacy, with no through road. Abundance of shedding & storage. The House consists of 3 good sized bedrooms, large office, 2 living areas, 2 bathrooms, and a well appointed kitchen with plenty of cupboard space. Slow combustion wood fire & air conditioning for cooling. Lovely gardens surrounds, two car carport, powered workshop, Chook run & large machinery shed. With up to 25000 gal water storage and a good running bore this property provides it all. Call me today to have your own personal tour, you will be glad you did.
Take a deep breath.... Now let it out... Are you ready? For the next ten seconds I want you to close your eyes and picture standing on top of a mountain seeing nothing but your own 100 acres around you, paddocks from neighbouring properties below you and mountains adjacent to you. Farrah Memorial Agricultural High School can be seen in the distance, a few rare buildings here and there but mainly just views for as far as the eye can see. Pretend you can smell the light sweet scent of the lucent caught on the breeze from the farms below. Close your eyes... go on... I'll give you a moment. Beautiful isn't it? Did you imagine the sunset and witness the sky change to every colour? Did you see the storms rolling in getting closer to you as you stood on that mountain, with the wind catching your breath as it's taken away from the incredible views? Or maybe you were there at night, looking over the town of Tamworth and seeing the towns lights appear like a glittering ocean off in the distance? This is everything and more provided on this one of a kind set location just minutes from the Tamworth CBD.100 acres to call your own with the potential to build your dream home overlooking the City of Tamworth. Other potential is grazing for stock of any description. With the breath taking views this property is one you cannot just skim past. With a building site established on this property and an exempt home or lodge available as an option to stay throughout development this is an opportunity not to miss. A must see to experience because nothing can quite compare.
Geida Downs represents a great example of a breeding and fattening enterprise with the added ability to diversify into cash cropping, if required, in a safe rural area. The owner estimates the property will carry approximately 350 breeders plus present cash cropping.Situation: 15kms north of Warialda via Yetman Road. Area: 1,217.7 ha (3,009 ac) Country: Generally undulating landscape rising away from rich alluvial flats along Mosquito Creek which runs through the property. Soils consist of black to chocolate basalt type with areas of lighter loam on some of the higher country. Timber is mainly White Box, Broad leaf Ironbark, Kurrajong, Myall and some areas of Pine on the high country. Arable Area: Present farming 162 ha (400 ac) and a further 160 ha (400 ac) has been farmed previously and growing tropical blend pastures or native grasses. Water: Two (2) bores, one (1) equipped with submersible pump and one (1) windmill pumping to nine (9) tanks with troughs, six (6) dams, Mosquito Creek and two (2) permanent springs. Rainfall: 700mm (28 in) annual average. Fencing: Boundary is netting or hingejoint subdivided in stock proof condition. Improvements: Large four (4) bedroom weatherboard and brick veneer home in good condition, modern kitchen/family room, two (2) bathrooms, large cool room, ducted air conditioning. Other Improvements: Three (3) car garage, lock up shed, workshop, fuel shed and meat house. Wool Shed: Three (3) stand electric wool shed/machinery shed, raised board, all in good condition, steel sheep yards. Storage: 1 x 75 tonne, 2 x 65 tonne, 1 x 50 tonne silos hay shed. Cattle Yards: Steel set with crush and calf marking cradle at wool shed.
Fairford represents a good example of a breeding and fattening enterprise utilising the cultivation if necessary. The owner estimates the property to carry approximately 125 breeders plus followers. Situation: 9kms north of Warialda via Yetman Road, 68kms from Inverell and 90kms from Moree. Area: 499.9 ha (1,235 ac) Country: Mostly gently sloping to undulating topography with a large plateau type area in the centre of the property. Soils consist of black to chocolate basalt type with areas of lighter loam and some gravelly ridges on the hill country. Timber is largely White Box, Broad leaf Ironbark, Kurrajong and Wilga with some Pine on the ridges. Arable Area: Approx 100 ha (250 ac) is being cultivated. Water: One (1) bore, equipped with electric submersible pump, four (4) dams. Rainfall: 700mm (28 in) annual average. Fencing: Boundary is netting or hingejoint in stock proof condition sub divided into seven (7) main paddocks. Improvements: Traditional old style weatherboard homestead circa 1880s in excellent condition. Four (4) bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, wood paneling, high ceilings. Formal lounge, wood heater, separate dining room, modern kitchen, walk in pantry, large family room, modern bathroom, wide verandahs, double carport, outbuildings and above ground pool all set in well established gardens. 3 bay machinery shed, steel and gal iron; cattle yards shared with neighbour.
Neringla is a versatile property lending itself to grazing, crop production, hay production and dryland and irrigation options on excellent soils. Situated in easy range of Moree with all the services of an all weather access road, this property with all the improvements in place is an excellent investment. Situation: 25kms from Moree on the Watercourse Road with bitumen frontage. Area: 259.3ha (640ac) freehold. Country: Predominantly flat black soil with a beneficial red ridge. Arable Area: Approx 56ha of irrigation development as well as a further 90ha of dryland cultivation. Timber: Myall, Belah, Box Wilga. Water: A 50 meg irrigation storage as well as a stock dam. 3 bores of which one has a 4 meg licence and the other two are for stock and domestic equipped with a jet pump and an electric submersible. Fencing: All in good order, mainly set up for cattle with 3 barb/3 plain, steel posts and railway line end assemblies. Improvements: A comfortable 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom brick veneer homestead surrounded by gardens. A 4 bay car shed with one bay being a lockable workshop with a concrete floor. 2 x hayshed/machinery sheds being 16x35m and 15x33m, steel cattle yards with scales and a RPM crush, suitable to work 250 grown cattle.
Geida Downs and Fairford represent a great example of breeding and fattening enterprises with the added ability to diversify into cash cropping if required in a safe rural area. The owner estimates the properties to carry approximately 450 breeders plus present cash cropping. Situation: 9kms north of Warialda via Yetman Road, 68kms from Inverell and 90kms from Moree. Area: 1,718.6 ha (4,246 ac) 80 hectares of permissive occupancy Geida Downs : 1,217.7 ha (3,009 ac) Fairford : 499.9 ha (1,235 ac) Country: Generally undulating landscape rising away from rich alluvial flats along Mosquito Creek which sub divides much of Geida Downs, plus excellent grazing plateaus throughout the higher hill country on most of Fairford. Soils consist of black to chocolate basalt type with areas of lighter loam and some gravelly ridges on the hill country. Timber is mainly White Box, Broad leaf Ironbark, Kurrajong and Wilga with some Pine on the ridges. Arable Area: Approx 162 ha (400 ac) present farming and a further 650 ha of previous cultivation growing tropical blend pastures or native grasses. Water: Three (3) bores, two (2) equipped with electric submersible pumps and one (1) windmill pumping to 9 tanks with troughs, 10 dams, Mosquito Creek and two (2) permanent springs. Rainfall: 700mm (28 in) annual average. Fencing: Boundary is netting or hingejoint subdivided into 16 main paddocks in stock proof condition. Improvements: Fairford Traditional old style weatherboard homestead circa 1880s in good condition. Four (4) bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, wood paneling, high ceilings. Formal lounge, wood heater, separate dining room, modern kitchen, walk in pantry, large family room, modern bathroom, wide verandahs, double carport, outbuildings and above ground pool all set in well established gardens. 3 bay machinery shed, steel and gal iron; cattle yards shared with neighbour. Geida Downs Large four (4) bedroom weatherboard and brick veneer home in good condition, modern kitchen/family room, two (2) bathrooms, large coal room, ducted air conditioning. Other Improvements: Three (3) car garage, lock up shed, workshop, fuel shed and meat house. Wool Shed: Three (3) stand electric wool shed/machinery shed, raised board, all in good condition, steel sheep yards. Storage: 1 x 75 tonne, 2 x 65 tonne, 1 x 50 tonne silos hay shed. Cattle Yards: Steel set with crush and calf marking cradle at wool shed.
Excellent black basalt country that is presently being utilized as a mixed farm, running sheep and cropping. Situation: 20kms north of Warialda down the Gournama Road, 60kms from Inverell. Area: 817ha (2,020ac) freehold. Rainfall: 650mm (26in) annual average. Country: Mainly undulating black basalt soils with some loose stone and White Box as the main timber. Cultivation: 364ha (900ac) of excellent contoured cropping country with the balance being grazing of which 89ha (220ac) is established Lucerne. Fencing: A mixture of netting and ringlock but divided into 9 main paddocks. Water: Two bores and six dams. Improvements: Steel cattle yards 2 stand shearing shed with yards 300t grain shed with skillion Pad poured for a workshop shed
Wandella has started the New Year with renewed optimism after 4 and #xBD; inches of rain during the Christmas period. The price is based on the mining claim/farming plant but is negotiable upon their exclusion. Situation: 30km north of Lightning Ridge on the Castlereagh Highway. Area: 3,647ha (9,011.9 ac) Western Lands Lease. Rates: $828.18pa being part of Walgett Shire. Country: Wandella has a mixture of flat grey/black country along the Narran River rising to soft red ridges. The timber is predominantly Coolibah, Myall, Mulga and Ironbark. Rainfall: 400mm annual average. Water: Approx 13km frontage to the Narran River, 8 dams, pipeline from the Narran River with a mono pump service to the house and five paddocks. Cultivation: About 230ha (568ac) has been farmed. Fencing: The boundary fencing is mostly barb and plain with half of it being electrified. The internal fences being mainly barb and plain, with some having western droppers and some hingejoint. Improvements: 4br weatherboard home with excellent renovated kitchen and open plan kitchen/dining/lounge. 2 bay garage 4 stand electric woolshed/workshop. Inclusions: 6ha of mining claims Farming plant which includes: Case 4496 tractor 215hp 4 wheel drive, John Deere Header 5010, Connor Shea Cultivator coupled with a Simplicity 1 1/4 tonne airseed box with finger harrows, 60ft 3 point linkage Hardi Spray rig, 7mt x 2 way disc plough, 40ft Mitze auger, 2 x 25 tonne Yeoman and #x27;s portable bins.
BURR ISLAND GINGHAM CHANNEL Situation 45kms from Moree off the Watercourse Road and via Brageen Crossing Road. Area: 216.91ha (536 ac) freehold Rates: $2,064.80pa Country: The country is level and predominantly grey/black loamy silt with the main timber being Coolibah. Cultivation: Approx 245ac has been farmed with another 130ac of regrowth which can be tidied up for cultivation. Rainfall: 550mm annual average Water: Frontage to the Gingham Channel in the north east corner of the block. Fencing: Stock proof boundary of plain and barb with no subdivision fencing. Comments: The sale of Burr Island is to finalise a deceased estate after being held in the family for 75 years. It can be utilized for winter or summer cropping or if established with improved pasture would make an ideal grazing block. Price: $330,000
and #x22;Torvale and #x22; comprising of 98 ha (243 acres) is situated 29 km from Inverell and consists of predominately black basalt soils ideally suited as a cattle breeding and fattening operation with a 30 and #x22; rainfall. 80% of the property is contoured and suitable for cultivation with 11ha of established Lucerne. Well watered with 5 dams and an electric pressure pump in the creek supplying tanks and troughs. Also 16,000 gals of rainwater storage. Divided into 12 paddocks with all fences in good order. Double brick 4 bedroom home with 2 ensuites, tiled outdoor entertaining area and adjoining art studio. Services include primary school at Gum Flat, secondary schools in Inverell. Mail three times per week. The closest major town is Inverell with saleyards, export meatworks as well as being a shopping and service centre hub. Situated within 15 minutes drive to Copeton Dam with its extended recreational facilities.
Bogibel/Kareelah is an excellent example of western grazing country with the ability to add cashflow with some farming for forage or grain production. There is a current property vegetation plan (PVP) over Kareelah which offers the opportunity to clear timber to increase pasture areas. This is already being carried out over an area of approx 400 ha. Situation: 60kms north west of Collarenebri via Angledool Road, 78kms north east of Lightning Ridge and 82kms west of Mungindi. Area: 9,458 hectares (23,370 acres) Western Lands Lease. Country: Generally flat western plains country with frontage to the Warrambool watercourse along the western boundary. Generally soft self mulching black/grey soils with areas of lighter chocolate/red loam and one sandy ridge providing a good balance of soil type. Scattered Whitewood, Myall, Boonery and Wilga with areas of Coolibah and Belah on the lower country and Leopard Wood , Buddah and some Pine on the high country. Pastures include a variety of summer grasses and winter herbages. Cultivation: Approx 504 ha (1,244 acres) are being farmed as per western lands leases. Water: Cap and piped Bogibel Bore scheme to 52 tanks throughout the property varying in size from 13,500 litre cup and saucer type to 22,500 litre tanks and troughs. 18 dams. Rainfall: 475mm to 50mm (19 and #x96; 20 in) annual average. Fencing: Plain and barbed wire varying from new to stock proof. The properties are sub divided in 23 main paddocks. Improvements: Old 4 bedroom weatherboard home in need of extensive repairs on Bogibel. Old home on Kareelah, power connected. Shearers quarters on Bogibel in good condition. Sheds: 3 x timber and gal iron sheds; Woolshed and #x96; 4 stand electric shed on Bogibel in good condition with steel sheep yards. Old 4 stand shed on Kareelah in need of some repairs with good set of sheep yards. Cattle yards: Good set of steel yards with race, crush and scales and calf marking cradle.
Boyanga boasts highly productive soils that the north west of NSW is renowned . Well watered and fenced, it lends itself to a grazing operation but is mostly suited to a broadacre cropping operation to which the surrounding area is synonymous. Situation: 75kms west of Moree at the end of the Gingham Road, 89kms to Bullarah Hall and 50kms to Mungindi. Area: 3,537.25ha (8,741 ac) approx. Freehold. Rates: MPSC $3,555.00 pa NWLLS $2,160.53 pa Rainfall: 525mm annual average Country: Predominantly flat with black and chocolate soils, then rising slightly to red ridges with the Gingham Channel as the southern boundary. Timber is mainly Belah, Myall and Coolibah as the cover with Wilga on the ridges. Production: At present 870ha is farmed with the majority sown to winter crop and the remainder of the property running sheep. Water: Presented watered by two cap and pipe schemes to 20 tank sites and associated troughs; the Gingham Stock and Domestic System as well as the Gingham Channel Drain System. Fencing: Subdivided into 18 paddocks with a mixture of plain/barb, hinge joint and netting in good condition and stock proof for a sheep operation. Improvements: Boyanga Homestead: 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom weatherboard homestead with split and evaporative air conditioning. All weather access. Old Boyanga Homestead: 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom weatherboard homestead with split and evaporative air conditioning. 2 workshop/car sheds; excellent 5 stand electric raised board woolshed with steel yards and capacity to shed 1,100 grown sheep; 2 additional sets of sheep yards; partly renovated shearers quarters.
Situation 39km south west of Gravesend, 9km south on Romaka Road, then turning NW down the Mt Jerrybang Road for 2kms. Area: 499.9ha (1,235a) Rates: Moree Plains Shire Council $7,028 p.a Country: Undulating with chocolate to black self mulching loams. Timber is mainly Brigalow, Belah and Myall. At present 425ha is farmed. Water: 1 equipped bore with a submersible generator driven pump and a 5000 gal tank and trough plus 3 dams. Fencing: All fencing is in good condition and stock proof. Rainfall: 600mm (24in) annual average. Improvements: 60 head steel set of cattle yards. This is a unique opportunity to purchase prime farming country in the renowned and tightly held Biniguy area near Moree with easy access to local services.
Situation 39km east of Moree to Biniguy and the 9km south on the Romaka Road then south east for 1km down the Mt Jerrybang Road. Area: 462.1ha (1,141ac) Rates: Gwydir Shire Council $2,708 pa Country: Flat to gently undulating with chocolate to black self mulching loams. Timber is mostly Brigalow, Belah, Myall and Wilga. At present 355 ha is farmed and 40 dry cattle can be run at the property. Water: 2 bores equipped with submersibles of which one is a 240 volt. 1 x 6,000 gal tank and 1 dam. Fencing: All fencing is in good condition and stockproof with some of the boundary newly replaced with plain and barb. Rainfall: 600mm (24in) annual average. Improvements: Cattle yards and #x96; 60 head steel yards. Grain Storage and #x96; a 400t grain shed as well as 2 x 10t silos. Machinery Sheds and #x96; 9 x 6m steel shed. This is a unique opportunity to purchase prime farming country in the renowned and tightly held Biniguy area near Moree.
Situation 39km south west of Gravesend, 8km south on Romaka Road. Area: 535.5ha (1,322ac) Rates: Total of $6,484 p.a. with Moree Plains Shire Council and Gwydir Shire Council. Country: Flat to undulating with chocolate to black self mulching loams. Timber is mainly Brigalow, Belah, Myall and Wilga. At present 445ha is currently farmed with more available. Water: 2 bores both with submersibles supplying 20,000 gals of tanks plus 3 dams. Fencing: All fencing is in good condition with a mixture of hingejoint, plain and barb and some rabbit netting. Rainfall: 600mm (24in) annual average. Improvements: House 4 bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, air conditioned and 10KV solar system, 3 bedroom weatherboard house with air conditioning and a wood heater. Shearing Shed and #x96; 2 stand with adjoining yards. Cattle yards and #x96; 150 head steel yards with a crush, scales and power. Hayshed and #x96; 75 and #x92; x 40 and #x92; Grain Storage and #x96; 75 and #x92;x30 and #x92; (800t) with power and attached skillion. Sheds and #x96; single garage at the house as well as a 2 car garage/workshop and lock up shed. This is a unique opportunity to purchase prime farming country in the renowned and tightly held Biniguy area near Moree with easy access to local services.
YOLANDRA, THE PONDS KOINONIA BINIGUY This is a unique opportunity to purchase prime farming country in the renowned and tightly held Biniguy area near Moree with easy access to local services. Available as an aggregation or separately Situation 39km south east of Moree to Biniguy and then 8 and #x96; 10kms south on Romaka Road. Area: Yolandra 535.5 ha (1,322 ac) The Ponds 499.9 ha (1,235 ac) Koinonia 462.1 ha (1,141 ac) Total 1,497.5 ha (3,698 ac) Country: Flat to undulating with chocolate to black self mulching loams. Timber is predominantly Brigalow, Belah and Myall with some Wilga. At present 1,225ha (3,025ac) is farmed with scope to run 40 dry cattle in the remaining native grass areas. Water: 5 bores with submersible pumps service the three blocks as well as 7 dams. Fencing: All fencing is in good condition and stock proof. Rainfall: 600mm (24in) annual average. Improvements: Yolandra House 4 bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, air conditioned and 10KV solar system, 3 bedroom weatherboard house with air conditioning and a wood heater. Shearing Shed and #x96; 2 stand with adjoining yards. Cattle yards and #x96; 150 head steel yards with a crush, scales and power. Hayshed and #x96; 75 and #x92; x 40 and #x92; Grain Storage and #x96; 75 and #x92;x30 and #x92; (800t) with power and attached skillion. Sheds and #x96; single garage at the house as well as a 2 car garage/workshop and lock up shed. The Ponds 60 head steel set of cattle yards. Koinonia Cattle yards and #x96; 60 head steel yards. Grain Storage and #x96; a 400t grain shed as well as 2 x 10t silos. Machinery Sheds and #x96; 9 x 6m steel shed. Price: Yolandra $3,000,000 The Ponds $2,500,000 Koinonia $2,000,000 Total $7,500,000 Contact Ed Wisemantel on 0423 070 103 or Tim Lyne on 0428 657 174 for more information or to arrange an inspection.