Cobar NSW 2835
Approx. 13,722ha — 34,099ac—4 titles
Approx. 68km north/east of Cobar, adjacent to the Coolabah/Cobar Council road.
Slightly undulating red loam to chocolate soils in flats, predominately timbered country consisting of pine, box flood out flats, scattered mulga and wilga and a variety of edible fodder. Approx. 10,000ac of unfenced forest reserve incorporated in holding, utilized for goat harvesting and grazing.
Watered by 10 earth dams, 7 being fully enclosed and set up for handling livestock.
Mostly steel fencing, 2 major grazing paddocks and 6 smaller 7-90-30 hinge joint paddocks; some electric fencing.
Approx. 1,094ha of cultivation on a water spreading scheme with re-growth. Approx. 400ha of maintained cultivation. Current P.V.P (property vegetation plan) 2017 lapse 2032 to improve carrying capacity and ground cover.
Homestead was built in the 1943 era with pine and iron construction. The homestead features 4 bedrooms, kitchen with an electric stove, wood fire and open fire in lounge room, polished pine timber flooring, pine panel walls, 10 ft ceilings of pressed pattern iron throughout, reverse cycle air-conditioning and evaporative, 3m veranda on 4 sides, 20,000L concrete rainwater tank connected to the house, 15,000L storage shed, secure 1.8m netting fence around the homestead, main large earth dam piped to the house 100m away, 17m x 15m storage shed, 4 stand shearing shed; salvageable, not equipped.
Full mobile phone coverage, STD mobile next G broadband, rural power, Sat TV, mail twice weekly, station airstrip; 1,000m (600m useable—needs grading), approx. 50km east of the Mitchel Highway and 34km off the Kidman Way.
Estimated 2,200 DSE, in the past historically running a small mob of dorper ewes and harvesting 1,000—1,500 goats pre drought. Currently de-stocked and carrying a body of dry winter feed.