WARROWA

  • Land Size: 3601 hectare
  • Location: *26km to Moonie, *70km to Tara, *123km Goondiwindi and *139km to Dalby.
  • Special Features: Warrowa is being offered for the first time in 88 years, well positioned in the tightly held district of Moonie,
  • Profitability, Diversity, Environmentally Sustainable

    3601 hectare

    - Bitumen highway frontage, *26km to Moonie, *70km to Tara, *123km Goondiwindi and *139km to Dalby. Well located to major selling centres, feedlots, and grain handling facilities.

    - A quality mix of Brigalow /Belah loam with patches of heavy Brigalow soils and quick responding red soils, excellent mix of cropping, natural grass, and improved pastures. Natural shelters and shade corridors provide protection as well as being effective laneways for mustering.

    - A good mixture of pastures, which consist of Bambatsi, Rhode's grass, Buffel, supported by natural grasses and herbages, QLD Blue grass, Mulga Mitchell, Kangaroo grass and winter clover.

    - Well-watered by a free-flowing artesian bore, supplying 11 storage tanks, that comfortably service a network of 31 troughs throughout the property, 6 dams and Bendee Creek with a seasonal flow.

    - Subdivided into 24 paddocks, 2 sets of steel cattle yards, 5 stand shearing shed, machinery shed with service pit, hayshed, numerous other sheds, 3x 150 Ton silos, stables, 1200m all-weather airstrip and hangar.

    - Spacious 4-bedroom homestead, modern kitchen, generously sized living areas and bedrooms, airconditioned, reverse cycle heating and wood heater. 2nd home separate from the main house is 4 bedrooms, reverse cycle air conditioning, well maintained, 225,000 litres of rainwater storage, both homes set in established gardens that are watered by 2 dams.

    Mobile, NBN Satellite internet, TV, school bus at front gate, Moonie school - Kindergarten to Year 6

    Warrowa is being offered for the first time in 88 years, well positioned in the tightly held district of Moonie, Queensland. The ideal mixed farm, successfully operated in conjunction with the C.R. (George) Telford Nature Refuge, has consistently strived in adopting best management practices and increasing production. The George Telford legacy in essence was designed to be ecologically and economically sustainable, incorporating a profitable business model for its custodians, with a specific purpose to enhance the value and productivity for future generations.

    Expressions of Interest - closes Wednesday, 14th September, 2022 at 2pm

    Inspections Starting from Wednesday 10th August 2022.

    Call Andrew for further information and to arrange an inspection.

    Andrew McCallum 0427 581 889

     

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