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Coralton

Well Watered, Good Grass Freehold Downs Property Winton

$132 per acre bare

ID #429

Land Size

17,424 hectares

Property Description

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

Tom Brodie

  • T: 07 4657 0694 Winton Office
  • M: 0428 712 095

Location:

“Coralton” is situated 75km North of Winton with approximately 15km of unsealed road into the homestead from the highway. The Kennedy Developmental Road dissects the property on the eastern side while the Olio to Fairview Road runs along part of the southern boundary on Coralton.

Facilities/Services:

Rural power, telephone, satellite TV and internet, twice weekly mail service from Winton.

Longreach School of Distance Education, primary and secondary schooling in Winton, live weight weighing and rail trucking facilities in Winton.

Twice monthly cattle sales are held in Blackall. Longreach has rail trucking facilities.

Coralton has a 900 metre airstrip.

 Rainfall:

400mm (16 inches) long term district average which usually falls during the months of December through to the end of March.

Area & Tenure:

Lot 1 on SP118520 –   (Coralton 22,758 acres)     – Freehold

Lot 1 on SP179907 –   (Barrymore 20,296 acres) – Freehold

Rates: $9357.60 per half yearly                           Local Authority: Winton Shire Council

Lot 2 on SP118520 – TL 0/212747 (Title for Share Bore) – 2.64Ha

Rates: $288.94 per half yearly – Share Bore -half share to pay

Rent: $293.70 per half yearly – Share Bore – half share to pay

Total Size: 17,424 Ha or approximately 43,054 Acres

Country:

The country on Coralton is best described as a good balance of grey and chocolate cracking soils, heavy carrying undulating open pebbly downs running down to the Dillalah, Irene and Olio Creek channels. Mitchell and Flinders grass with summer herbages grow following good summer rainfall while winter herbages will grow if there is substantial winter rain. Buffel grass is scattered along the creek channels and out onto the downs. Coralton is lightly shaded with Vinetree, Whitewood, Corkwood and Mimosa on the downs with Coolibah trees along the creek systems. There is a heavy infestation of prickly acacia in the paddocks to the west of the house while the majority of the country east of the house has been treated.

Waters:

There is an artesian bore that was drilled in 1999 to depth of 1,028 metres and is located on Coralton. This bore is jointly owned with the neighbouring property Lilford and there is a registered water agreement in place. This bore is connected to rural power and is pumped into a 500,000 gallon turkey nest that is located at the bore. Water is then pumped through approximately 18km of 63mm and 18km of 2 inch and 1.5 inch poly pipe to 13 poly tanks and 21 troughs. This water system is then backed up with 14 dams ranging in size from an estimated 5,000 to 18,000 cubic metres.

All paddocks on Coralton have access to piped bore water and all paddocks have access to dams except for the Triangle paddock.

Fencing & Paddocks:

Coralton is subdivided into 10 main grazing paddocks and 4 holding paddocks. Fencing is described as good to very good with only a few sections of older fencing. The boundary fencing is in good stock proof condition and is mostly ring lock with either one or two barb or two barb and four plain wires. There are sections of new fencing along the boundary that is four barb and steel pickets. The majority of the internal fencing is four barb or ring lock with either one or two barb wires.

Yards:

There are two sets of cattle yards and a set of old steel sheep yards on Coralton. The cattle yards located at the homestead are steel post with steel rails for the main working area while the large holding yards are mostly steel post, cable and conveyor belting. These yards have a stick operated pound, undercover calf branding cradle and cattle crush with water trough access to 5 yards and a yard watering sprinklers system.

The second set of cattle yards are located approximately 5km from the highway and are mostly steel portable panels complete with stick draft, cattle crush, branding cradle and a water trough. There are also two small holding squares at these yards.

Improvements:

There are several accommodation buildings on Coralton that include the main homestead which is a 3 bedroom Queenslander style homestead that has recently been renovated. Air-conditioning is installed in the bedrooms and the living area. There are 2 x 2 bedroom cottages as well as workmen quarters that are all in good condition. There is also a fully enclosed cold room and meat house as well as stables.

There is a large steel frame machinery shed / storage shed, a 6 bay steel frame machinery / vehicle shed. There are 2 other small vehicle storage sheds and a fuel shed. The 6 electric stand shearing shed with a large ground level wool room is in good condition.

Carrying Capacity:

Estimated carrying capacity in an average season would be 1,800 AE cattle or breeder cow equivalent.

Price: Asking $132 per acre bare

Agents Remarks:

Coralton is typical of the very good quality downs country found in the Corfield district and is very well positioned with the bitumen Kennedy Developmental Road running through the eastern side of the property. Coralton has good, sound solid water, fencing and building   infrastructure as well as two sets of steel cattle yards.

The grass cover is very good for this time of year across approximately 30,000 acres and I would expect that you could comfortably carry 1000 to 1250 AE cattle until the normal summer wet season.

An inspection is recommended especially if you are looking for a property that is well grassed, well-watered, has good infrastructure and is well positioned.

 

 

Location:

“Coralton” is situated 75km North of Winton with approximately 15km of unsealed road into the homestead from the highway. The Kennedy Developmental Road dissects the property on the eastern side while the Olio to Fairview Road runs along part of the southern boundary on Coralton.

Facilities/Services:

Rural power, telephone, satellite TV and internet, twice weekly mail service from Winton.

Longreach School of Distance Education, primary and secondary schooling in Winton, live weight weighing and rail trucking facilities in Winton.

Twice monthly cattle sales are held in Blackall. Longreach has rail trucking facilities.

Coralton has a 900 metre airstrip.

 Rainfall:

400mm (16 inches) long term district average which usually falls during the months of December through to the end of March.

Area & Tenure:

Lot 1 on SP118520 –   (Coralton 22,758 acres)     – Freehold

Lot 1 on SP179907 –   (Barrymore 20,296 acres) – Freehold

Rates: $9357.60 per half yearly                           Local Authority: Winton Shire Council

Lot 2 on SP118520 – TL 0/212747 (Title for Share Bore) – 2.64Ha

Rates: $288.94 per half yearly – Share Bore -half share to pay

Rent: $293.70 per half yearly – Share Bore – half share to pay

Total Size: 17,424 Ha or approximately 43,054 Acres

Country:

The country on Coralton is best described as a good balance of grey and chocolate cracking soils, heavy carrying undulating open pebbly downs running down to the Dillalah, Irene and Olio Creek channels. Mitchell and Flinders grass with summer herbages grow following good summer rainfall while winter herbages will grow if there is substantial winter rain. Buffel grass is scattered along the creek channels and out onto the downs. Coralton is lightly shaded with Vinetree, Whitewood, Corkwood and Mimosa on the downs with Coolibah trees along the creek systems. There is a heavy infestation of prickly acacia in the paddocks to the west of the house while the majority of the country east of the house has been treated.

Waters:

There is an artesian bore that was drilled in 1999 to depth of 1,028 metres and is located on Coralton. This bore is jointly owned with the neighbouring property Lilford and there is a registered water agreement in place. This bore is connected to rural power and is pumped into a 500,000 gallon turkey nest that is located at the bore. Water is then pumped through approximately 18km of 63mm and 18km of 2 inch and 1.5 inch poly pipe to 13 poly tanks and 21 troughs. This water system is then backed up with 14 dams ranging in size from an estimated 5,000 to 18,000 cubic metres.

All paddocks on Coralton have access to piped bore water and all paddocks have access to dams except for the Triangle paddock.

Fencing & Paddocks:

Coralton is subdivided into 10 main grazing paddocks and 4 holding paddocks. Fencing is described as good to very good with only a few sections of older fencing. The boundary fencing is in good stock proof condition and is mostly ring lock with either one or two barb or two barb and four plain wires. There are sections of new fencing along the boundary that is four barb and steel pickets. The majority of the internal fencing is four barb or ring lock with either one or two barb wires.

Yards:

There are two sets of cattle yards and a set of old steel sheep yards on Coralton. The cattle yards located at the homestead are steel post with steel rails for the main working area while the large holding yards are mostly steel post, cable and conveyor belting. These yards have a stick operated pound, undercover calf branding cradle and cattle crush with water trough access to 5 yards and a yard watering sprinklers system.

The second set of cattle yards are located approximately 5km from the highway and are mostly steel portable panels complete with stick draft, cattle crush, branding cradle and a water trough. There are also two small holding squares at these yards.

Improvements:

There are several accommodation buildings on Coralton that include the main homestead which is a 3 bedroom Queenslander style homestead that has recently been renovated. Air-conditioning is installed in the bedrooms and the living area. There are 2 x 2 bedroom cottages as well as workmen quarters that are all in good condition. There is also a fully enclosed cold room and meat house as well as stables.

There is a large steel frame machinery shed / storage shed, a 6 bay steel frame machinery / vehicle shed. There are 2 other small vehicle storage sheds and a fuel shed. The 6 electric stand shearing shed with a large ground level wool room is in good condition.

Carrying Capacity:

Estimated carrying capacity in an average season would be 1,800 AE cattle or breeder cow equivalent.

Price: Asking $132 per acre bare

Agents Remarks:

Coralton is typical of the very good quality downs country found in the Corfield district and is very well positioned with the bitumen Kennedy Developmental Road running through the eastern side of the property. Coralton has good, sound solid water, fencing and building   infrastructure as well as two sets of steel cattle yards.

The grass cover is very good for this time of year across approximately 30,000 acres and I would expect that you could comfortably carry 1000 to 1250 AE cattle until the normal summer wet season.

An inspection is recommended especially if you are looking for a property that is well grassed, well-watered, has good infrastructure and is well positioned.

 

 

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