Theodore Irrigation Properties
The House Block and Potter's Irrigation are two adjoining properties situated minutes from Theodore. Total area 127 ha (314 acres) in three titles situated in the Dawson Valley Water supply scheme, Gibber Gunyah channel section with a irrigation allocation of 1,000 megalitres (Medium A priority) gravity fed to all irrigation paddocks and storages through the Sunwater operated channel scheme.
House Block 85.034* hectares 210* acres in two freehold titles.
Country: Alluvial loam soils suitable for growing legumes, cereals, lucerne and horticultural crops. Soil compaction is not an issue when grazed at moderate moisture levels.
Irrigation: Currently 53* hectares (131*acres) under pivot irrigation planted to Petrel grazing wheat. 7* hectares (17* acres) furrow irrigation currently established to pasture including butterfly pea. Further irrigable land currently used for grazing.
Irrigation Infrastructure: 7 megalitre storage dam is gravity fed from Sunwater channel with scope to increase its capacity. Reinke 350 metre 6 tower reverse tow centre pivot irrigator. 3 phase electric Grundfos pump rated at 58 litres per second.
Residences: The main residence located on Lot 21 is set amongst established gardens and lawns with a fully fenced yard. Featuring four bedrooms plus large office/sunroom. The kitchen, central lounge and sunroom flow out onto the front verandah adding additional living space. The kitchen bathroom and lounge have recently been renovated. Air-conditioning throughout the home. Set in established gardens the second house located on Lot 20 features three bedrooms with separate lounge and new kitchen. The kitchen opens onto the front verandah. Split system air-conditioning in lounge.
Sheds: Large hay shed and other farm buildings.
Water: Rainwater to the residences, stock and domestic water is reticulated to houses, yards and troughs.
Fencing: Boundary fences fully replaced in last 6 years.
Yards: Portable panel yards with cement working area, vet crush, draft and loading ramp.
Potters Irrigation 42.087* hectares 104* acres Freehold.
Country:Alluvial loam soils suitable for growing legumes, cereals, lucerne and horticultural crops. Tail water/stock dam and shade lines make it suitable for fodder cropping.
Irrigation Infrastructure: 35* hectares (86* acres) under furrow irrigation and all laser levelled in the last 4 years. Currently 27* hectares fallow and 8* hectares irrigated native medic pasture. Large rectangle shape suited to development with lateral move irrigator.
Water is gravity fed, direct to fields by Sunwater supply channels.
Sheds: Old shed with power connected.
Fencing:Majority of boundary fence replaced in last 6 years.
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