Rural Horticulture Property

0 . Luxor Road DYSART, QLD 4745

Sold on 10 Oct 2008
  • Land: 9,300 ha (22,981 acres)

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Rural Horticulture Property in DYSART

Low Cost Central Highlands Grazing Enterprise.

  • Land: 9,300 ha (22,981 acres)

'CLUEN' DYSART See Virtual Tour Below Located just 39 kilometres from Dysart and 12 kilometres off the Peak Downs Highway is the Central Highlands property Cluen with a freehold area of 9300 hectares or 22981 acres. With Philips Creek, Logans Springs and Chance Creek traversing the property approximately 20,000 acres is described as flat to undulating with the balance being some ridges and steeper country. The soils range from heavy self mulching blacks, alluvial creek loams and red and basalt loams. The ridge country is very sweet and grows a good body of grass. Cluen is naturally open and is timbered with bluegum, black tea tree, sheoak, coolibah and box along the watercourses and creek flats with Morton Bay ash, bloodwood, ironbark, currajong and wilga throughout the forest. Cluen is very well grassed with pastures of tableland mitchell, flinders, black spear and soft native pastures. Large areas would be suitable for the establishment of leucaena and improved pastures of buffel. Cluen is very well watered by natural waters, dams and bores. Two of the bores are equipped with solar powered pumps and a number of the watering points are fenced with mustering squares. Centrally located is the residence, quarters, shed and cattle yards. The main residence is lowset and has 3 bedrooms, front verandah and rear patio. The quarters are a new Ausco demountable 2 bedroom building with kitchen, septic and bathroom, the building has a 12 metre x 3 metre covered outdoor living area. The steel frame shed is 20 metres x 12 metres with the electricity connected and 12 metres x 6 metres workshop section concreted. Centrally located to the 9 paddocks are the yards and cooling paddocks. If movement is required to the tick free areas a plunge dip is included whilst not currently used it is in very good order. The owners have used Cluen as a growing and finishing property and have backgrounded 2,800 young cattle on a consistent basis. They rate the carrying capacity at 2,000 head with an average live weight of 400 kilograms. Cluen is a low cost grazing operation and very easy to run and is carrying a large body of feed with immediate access available. Comprehensive property report available by contacting Mark Simpson 0418792647 Auction Friday 10th October 2008 10.30am Level 5 123 Eagle Street Brisbane Ray White Rural Biloela (07) 49922577 Mark Simpson 0418792647 a/hrs (07) 49924175 Kerry Lynch 0427958121 a/hrs (07) 49958121


9,300 ha / 22,981 acres



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