Louth NSW 2840
EOI closing 19th May 2021 | 5pm
Approx. 41,193Ha (102,000ac) - 4 titles all freehold
28km S/E of Louth Village, 100km N/W of Cobar, adjoining Louth/Cobar Road.
A diverse land type ranging from approx. 14km of Darling River frontage with sheltered riverbeds and billabongs, timbered with red river gums, coolabah, black soil and sand ridges. Run-ning back to S/E of the river to semi open rosewood, beefwood and acacia to plentiful edible food and good stands of mulga, soft red loam soil, natural large box swamps and gilgai areas.
Situated 1km off the river is a 10Ha center pivot 1,000m of 6” poly pipe and power cable under ground to 28kVA gen set on the river. 49 meg high security A class license (not in use). Total property has a current Property Vegetation Plan (PVP) 10/01/2013.
Watered by 35km of poly pipe with 50mm supply being solar system on the Darling River, to a network of storage tanks and 3 solar pumping stations. Also watered by 27 earth dams, mostly with hinge joint enclosures.
Fencing subdivided into various paddocks—approx. 47,000ac (4 paddocks total), hinge joint goat breeding area, balance fencing and plain wire.
Homestead is a comfortable 1960 era featuring 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen with an electric stove and reverse cycle air-conditioning. Outside features established gardens and a veg-gie patch and 5kw solar system and rural power.
Shearing quarters features 6 rooms and a kitchen— all service-able. 5 stand shearing shed plus a second old woolshed and stand. Steel and mesh sheep/goat yards, purpose built auto goat weigh system, 3 way auto draft—air driven, all steel cattle yards crush—handle 400hd and an air craft hanger.
Mail twice weekly, 500kVA/450 volt transformer on site, mobile phone plus STD and internet, 60 minutes to Cobar, 15 minutes to Louth Village, station 1200 x 1200 cross dirt strip on sealed RFDs strip at Louth.
Rated to carry 8,000DSE. Historically trapping around 4,000 goats and sold p.a.
Wongawal is a property with lots of potential for a goat/breeding/harvesting/dorper operation. Carbon farming could also be considered, as well as irrigation.
Offered WIWO with 2,000 mixed rangeland goats and 400 merino ewes all joined, plus station plant—2x 988 loader excavators, 4WD’s, 100 rolls of 200m new hinge joint.
Principal/Rural Sales Agent
0418 636 050