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Bundalloch, Bollon

Safe breeding country with good infrastructure, Bollon

$82 per acre

ID #335

Land Size

9881 hectares

Property Description

Interested in this listing or have any questions? Please contact using info below:

Josh Phelps

  • T: 07 4657 0694 Winton Office
  • M: 0407 147 451

Location: 50km north of Bollon, 130km NW St George, 150km south of Mitchell and 250km SW of Roma.

Facilities/Services: Rural power, phone, TV dish, Satellite NBN network internet connected. Mail service twice weekly. Primary school and hostel, medical centre, Post office and police station located in Bollon.

Area: 9,881 hectares (24,415 acres), freehold. Lot 4 TM59: Par Homeboin

Rates: $830.00 half yearly

Rainfall: 17 inches/annum

Country: Mostly red loam (box, wilga, sandalwood) with areas of grey soil (coolibah, belah and brigalow) running back to smaller areas of Mulga ridge. There are also large areas of low edible Mulga which provides a safe platform for maintaining breeding numbers throughout all seasons.  The majority of the property has been pulled and seeded to buffel. Approximately 2,000 acres was repulled in 2010. 3500 – 4000 acres have also been pulled over the last two years. The property is predominately white on the vegetation map and PMAV is locked in. There are also a wide range of native grasses,  including mulga mitchell and winter herbages.

Water: A flowing artesian bore is piped with 50mm poly and it runs across the property supplying a 79,000 litre Rhino storage tank and 16 tanks (5,000 – 5,500 gal) and 20 troughs. This bore is shared with five other property’s.  The bore line is also supplemented by 6 dams and permanent water holes in Wallam Creek. 5 of the dams have been desilted in the last 2 years. The house water is supplied by the bore and 3 rainwater tanks. Creek water is also available at the house. The recent extensions to the bore water system and extra tanks and troughs have ensured a very safe and reliable water supply.

Fencing/Paddocks: Fencing is mostly in excellent condition. Boundary fences are six wire steel suspension fences, except for approximately 2.5km of older netting on the southern boundary. Internal fences are six wire steel suspension fences. There are six main paddocks, 4 holding paddocks. 2 of these holding paddocks have been fenced off for goats and another has an electric fence used as a bull paddock. The house paddock is also fenced for goats.

Yards: The cattle yards are centrally located and are mainly portable panel construction. They include a vet crush and calf cradle under roof and a large permanent cooler capable of handling up to 500 head of grown cattle. There is also a small set of sheep yards adjacent to the cattle yards mainly for handling goats. They are in good condition.

Improvements: A solid and comfortable 4 bedroom home with 5 refrigerated air conditions, new wood fire in lounge, freshly painted inside, carpets, lounge and separate dining area, modern kitchen with gas cooktop and electric oven, bathroom and laundry, office, large enclosed verandah and a large undercover outdoor area.  There is also 20m x 9m steel shed with cement floor and a 3 bay car garage.

Projects: Over the past 8 years a number of Landcare projects have been undertaken through SWNRM. These involved a riparian fencing, fencing for land types and fencing to protect endangered vegetation. At present a new Landcare project has been started with new fencing to control grazing pressure to investigate the establishment of pasture species on areas with less ground cover. Soil testing has been undertaken to help provide the best outcome.

Carrying Capacity: Vendor estimates “Bundalloch” to carry 500 – 600 breeders + progeny through most seasons.

Asking Price: $82/acre, bare of livestock and plant.

Agents Comments: Bundalloch is a low cost safe breeding property with solid infrastructure and very good water. It currently presents in very good condition with plenty of grass and fresh Mulga reserves. Early access will be available to the successful purchaser. Bundalloch is very competitively priced per breeding area, well worth an inspection.

 

Location: 50km north of Bollon, 130km NW St George, 150km south of Mitchell and 250km SW of Roma.

Facilities/Services: Rural power, phone, TV dish, Satellite NBN network internet connected. Mail service twice weekly. Primary school and hostel, medical centre, Post office and police station located in Bollon.

Area: 9,881 hectares (24,415 acres), freehold. Lot 4 TM59: Par Homeboin

Rates: $830.00 half yearly

Rainfall: 17 inches/annum

Country: Mostly red loam (box, wilga, sandalwood) with areas of grey soil (coolibah, belah and brigalow) running back to smaller areas of Mulga ridge. There are also large areas of low edible Mulga which provides a safe platform for maintaining breeding numbers throughout all seasons.  The majority of the property has been pulled and seeded to buffel. Approximately 2,000 acres was repulled in 2010. 3500 – 4000 acres have also been pulled over the last two years. The property is predominately white on the vegetation map and PMAV is locked in. There are also a wide range of native grasses,  including mulga mitchell and winter herbages.

Water: A flowing artesian bore is piped with 50mm poly and it runs across the property supplying a 79,000 litre Rhino storage tank and 16 tanks (5,000 – 5,500 gal) and 20 troughs. This bore is shared with five other property’s.  The bore line is also supplemented by 6 dams and permanent water holes in Wallam Creek. 5 of the dams have been desilted in the last 2 years. The house water is supplied by the bore and 3 rainwater tanks. Creek water is also available at the house. The recent extensions to the bore water system and extra tanks and troughs have ensured a very safe and reliable water supply.

Fencing/Paddocks: Fencing is mostly in excellent condition. Boundary fences are six wire steel suspension fences, except for approximately 2.5km of older netting on the southern boundary. Internal fences are six wire steel suspension fences. There are six main paddocks, 4 holding paddocks. 2 of these holding paddocks have been fenced off for goats and another has an electric fence used as a bull paddock. The house paddock is also fenced for goats.

Yards: The cattle yards are centrally located and are mainly portable panel construction. They include a vet crush and calf cradle under roof and a large permanent cooler capable of handling up to 500 head of grown cattle. There is also a small set of sheep yards adjacent to the cattle yards mainly for handling goats. They are in good condition.

Improvements: A solid and comfortable 4 bedroom home with 5 refrigerated air conditions, new wood fire in lounge, freshly painted inside, carpets, lounge and separate dining area, modern kitchen with gas cooktop and electric oven, bathroom and laundry, office, large enclosed verandah and a large undercover outdoor area.  There is also 20m x 9m steel shed with cement floor and a 3 bay car garage.

Projects: Over the past 8 years a number of Landcare projects have been undertaken through SWNRM. These involved a riparian fencing, fencing for land types and fencing to protect endangered vegetation. At present a new Landcare project has been started with new fencing to control grazing pressure to investigate the establishment of pasture species on areas with less ground cover. Soil testing has been undertaken to help provide the best outcome.

Carrying Capacity: Vendor estimates “Bundalloch” to carry 500 – 600 breeders + progeny through most seasons.

Asking Price: $82/acre, bare of livestock and plant.

Agents Comments: Bundalloch is a low cost safe breeding property with solid infrastructure and very good water. It currently presents in very good condition with plenty of grass and fresh Mulga reserves. Early access will be available to the successful purchaser. Bundalloch is very competitively priced per breeding area, well worth an inspection.

 

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