Nimagee Station



12,191ha—30,186ac WLL

11km north-west of Nymagee Village, 100km south-east of Cobar (25km off Kidman Way).

Slightly undulating red loam to hilly out crops on the north east side. Semi open box and kurrajong highly fertile soil type. Benefi-cial box and station system dispersing throughout. Flood out flats, variety of edible fodder, kurrajong, rosewood, emu bush, scattered mulga and a huge variety of natural clovers, crowfoot, winter herbages & grasses, corkscrew, spear grass, copper-burr and barrel medic. Now carrying a great body of dry winter feed. Old cultivation—485 expired.

Watered by 27 earth dams, feature water is a bore at 160ft deep—60ft to SWL. 100ft of water, good supply and stock quality—used when needed "not equipped".

North boundary is all 7-90-30 hinge joint, portion of 6 wire, some wooden approx. 10km in need of repair. 25 paddocks, 6 plain wire and steel posts.

Nimagee Station features an original home built in 1860 (in which the owner currently resides in). The original homestead is a log cabin style, featuring 4 bedrooms, small kitchen, large office and a separate billiard room. The second homestead located on Nimagee Station was built in 1936 and features 3 bedrooms, a veranda on 4 sides, kitchen—wood stove, lounge room, open fire, new rainwater tank storage.

The original shearing shed has new roofing—was a 10 stand blade shed and now a 6 stand shaft driven by electric, large wool room and 600 woolly sheep, under cover storage, steel and mesh sheep yards. The shearing quarters are 6 room with a kitchen, ablution block and is in sound condition. Also featuring a 40 tonne grain shed.

Mobile phone coverage from nearby Telstra tower, mail twice weekly, 10km from maintained council airstrip located at Nymagee village.

Carrying Capacity:
4,644 DSE. Currently de-stocked, carrying a huge body of dry winter feed.

400mm p.a.

Approx. $3,000p.a.

Agent's Remarks:

Nimagee Station was purchased from E. Killen & Sons Limited in June 1936 by Mr. Tom Harland Snr, the current owner’s grandfather. Bernard (Darby) Warner took over in 1995 and it has been owned by the same family for around 84 years.

As Nimagee Station is steep in pastoral history and heavy carrying grazing country, Darby has a condition of sale that he can reside in the old historical home for the next 5 years (a handy caretaker for absentee buyer).

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