Buffel, Panic and Butterfly Pea plus Cropping.
'WOKNELL' Valentine Plains district Biloela
121.9 hectares - 301 acres
Located just 10 km from Biloela in the renowned Valentine Plains district Woknell is situated on Kroombit Creek. The country is some of the best brigalow scrub country in the Biloela district with blue gum, brigalow and bauhinia along the creek flats.
An extensive development program has been undertaken on Woknell with the pasture country sown to buffel, panic and butterfly pea and approximately 100 acres has been blade ploughed in recent years.
If flexibility is the key to success than Woknell has that with a 100 acres cultivated. These soils are excellent for prime hard wheat, oats, summer grain and fodder crops or the establishment of leucaena.
Woknell is very well watered with a new bore equipped with a solar powered submersible pump, this bore has approximately 20 metres of water and pumps to a 22,750 litre poly tank. Located downstream from the Kroombit Dam Woknell enjoys the benefit of the releases from the dam. A large dam collects overland flow.
If you are looking for that perfect property to build your dream home than the elevated home site with the panoramic views across the Kroombit Creek farmland and softwood scrub hills is the perfect start to the day or just to enjoy when relaxing on the verandah at the end of the day. The cost for connection of the electricity has been paid to Ergon Energy.
Woknell demonstrates why the Biloela district is regarded as some of the best grazing and farming country in Australia.
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