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NATIVE DOG STATION OBERON NSW

Rural

One of the last remaining large holdings 3hrs to Sydney
Richard Royle Director Colliers International has been appointed to offer Native Dog Station in the tightly held Oberon district, for sale via expressions of interest.
Native Dog Station is a superior quality rural asset. It combines a large scale agricultural enterprise, lifestyle property and high rainfall (840mm). It is conveniently located within 3 hours of Sydney and 15 minutes to the green high country of Oberon.
Native Dog Station combines resort style accommodation, high livestock carrying capacity and an evenly spread rainfall throughout the year. It is a highly productive and efficient property with above industry standard joining rates and efficient labour inputs.
The property is also acknowledged for its high fertility rates, consistently topping livestock markets and is commended by numerous downstream processors for delivering superior metrics.
The long history of improved pastures, fertiliser application and seasonal fodder crops enable the property to maintain its breeding herd and the option of adding trade stock. Pastures include; chicory, cocksfoot, fescue, phalaris, ryegrass perennial, sub clover and white clover mix.
No expense has been spared over the years with significant improvements including; covered cattle yards, management roads with grids, water infrastructure/dams, fencing upgrades with strategic laneway system and tree lined wind breaks.
Key Property Attributes
- Large scale commercial farm with registered subdivision options
- Equine facilities including stables and training equipment
- Extensive quality infrastructure, machinery and livestock sheds
- High rainfall region with rainfall evenly distributed through the year
- Suitable for cattle, sheep, horses and seasonal fodder cropping
- Executive residence with 5 bedrooms and adjoining en-suites
- 10-acre garden, indoor pool, tennis court and panoramic views
- Long history of fertiliser, rotational cropping and weed control
- Efficient central laneway system and subdivided paddocks
- Excellent water infrastructure throughout including creeks and dams
Native Dog Station experiences occasional snow falls and is surrounded by Oberon's famous trout filled streams. The property is beautifully positioned amongst historic gold bearing hills and the State Forest's pine plantations.
Whether you want to catch the natural beauty on camera, reel in a trout from the pure waters, pan for alluvial gold, go horse riding, 4WD or motorbike riding through the vast tracks in the nearby pine forests, Native Dog Station has it all.
A unique turn-key management option is available catering to institutional and interested parties.
This is an extremely rare opportunity to buy into on of Australia's premium rural holdings.

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Price Contact Agent
Building 1.696E+07m²
Land 1.69644E+07m²
Occupancy Vacant
Property ID 265025

PRIME GRAZING COUNTRY

Rural

Renowned for excellent pasture growing capabilities and ultra-high carrying capacities, "Mt Agnes" offers the rare and unique opportunity to acquire a substantial prime beef, sheep and fat lamb grazing enterprise, in the blue-ribbon grazing district of Walcha.
Country: 3,479 Acres / 1,408 Hectares. "Mt Agnes" ranges from level, slightly sloping and rolling arable areas through to soft open undulating grazing country. The soils are principally productive basalts, trap rock and loams that are highly suited to a vast range of high performance permanent pastures. Approximately 1,000 hectares of arable country is highly suited to the direct drilling of high performance pasture. Whilst there is currently a pasture improvement program that is undertaken on the property, there is scope to improve production under a more extensive pasture improvement program
Rainfall: The mean annual rainfall is estimated to be 874.4mm (34.42") at the Tia weather station, however Mt Agnes benefits from the higher rainfall at the southern end of the property due to its proximity to the ranges of Mummel Gulf National Park and the high rainfall areas around the Yarras and Yarrowitch weather stations. Rainfall in these areas can exceed 1,200mm per annum. Estimated annual rainfall at "Mt Agnes" is in the order of 1,000mm per annum.
Water: "Mt Agnes" is well serviced for water, featuring double frontage to two permanent creeks. 44 dams across the property supply water to every paddock.
Location: "Mt Agnes" is situated on the Oxley Highway, approximately 40 kilometres south-east of Walcha and 10 kilometres to the east of the renowned high-rainfall Yarrowitch farming and grazing district.
Walcha is approximately 4.5 hours drive from Sydney via the scenic Thunderbolts Way, with Brisbane approximately 6 hours via the New England Highway. The major regional centres of Armidale and Tamworth are in close proximity only 65 kilometres and 90 kilometres respectively from Walcha.
Commercial flights service Armidale and Tamworth daily with both airports approximately 1 hour flight from both Sydney and Brisbane. An airstrip at the Walcha Aerodrome services private flights just 5 kilometres from Walcha.
Working improvements: 4 stand shearing shed with full undercover sheep yards and preparation area totalling approximately 900m2, 95,000 litre water tank adjacent to the shearing shed 18m x 10m 3-bay machinery shed with solar power, modern steel cattle yards, 2 x sheep yards, 12m x 6m wool/machinery shed.
Housing: The main homestead offers a well-presented 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom dwelling which has been designed to maximise its north facing aspect. This home is of rendered brick construction and is fully fenced with established gardens.
The second homestead is a similarly well-presented 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom dwelling which has had a rear rumpus room added in recent years. The homestead is of weatherboard construction with single bay carport. The homestead's elevated position, established gardens and northerly aspect offer pleasant views over the property and nearby dam.
For Sale: Contact Agents
For further details on "Mt Agnes" including access to the Information Memorandum please contact the exclusive selling agents Richard Royle of Colliers International (0418 961 575) or John Croake of Australian Wool Network (0428 977 589).

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Building 1.408E+07m²
Land 1.41195E+07m²
Occupancy Vacant
Property ID 264999

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME!

Hotel/Leisure | Development/Land | Rural

• 43 Acres (17.4 hectares, 261mu) of land at 476c Marsh Road, Bobs Farm (in Port Stephens). Lot 20 D.P 867923
• Land Zoned Rural 1A with good water access supply licenced for 102 megalitres per year
• 1 x 50 tonne per year fish shed (Tailor Made is the largest producer of barramundi fish in NSW); PLUS approval to build two new sheds, which would see production increase to 3,000 kilograms per week
• State of the art Hydroponic system that supplies water to grow vegetables and herbs
• Separate Restaurant/tourism centre capable of seating 320 people and catering to functions, weddings, conferences and restaurant style meals
• A Processing Centre (currently not operational) featuring two cool rooms (8m x 5m) and the potential for a value-adding facility; ALSO has DA approval to double its current size
• Three-bedroom house with bathroom, kitchen, living area and laundry
• Infrastructure including electrical system, concrete driveway plus carpark, and fish pool
• Farm equipment including two generators, car, tractor, excavator, farm trucks, tools and parts
• Huge opportunity to grow the business in both fish production and tourism
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a slice of Port Stephens and invest in a business model with massive potential for growth. The unique aquaculture technology was developed by Tailor Made managing director and 2016 NSW Farmer of the Year, Nick Arena.

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Price: Price on Application    Building: 3000m²    Land: 43m²    Occupancy: Vacant

BLUE CHIP CLARENCE RIVER MIXED FARMING

Rural

A 240Ha* grazing and cropping enterprise located 24* lineal kilometres west of Grafton, New South Wales.
Soils consist of rich red loams, chocolate and black clays and alluvial river flats conducive to quality cropping and horticultural pursuits.
160ML* water allocation (bore and river) underpinned by a 1.5* kilometre frontage to the picturesque Clarence River.
Well-developed structural improvements including grain storage, machinery shed, cattle yards and fully renovated four-bedroom home with stunning views over the Clarence River.
Clear potential for further development through utilising irrigation water for cropping or converting arable grazing land to high-value farming.
Currently operated as a mixed farming enterprise in conjunction with a Charolais Stud.

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Price: Contact Agent    Building: 2400000m²    Land: 2400000m²    Occupancy: Vacant

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