14,003Ha (34,672 acres) app.
50km North West of Tilpa on Wanaaring/Tilpa Road, 12km North off main road Gazett roadway.
Generally flat to sand hill rises and semi open under stony red loam country. Being app. 70-30% Paroo and Cuttaburra channels as well as local swamps. Large area being Yamaramie Lake, open self mulching, grey/black soil, lignum. Lake shore line fringed with Box and Coolabah scatted Yapunyah in channels.
Red country lightly timbered with belah, scattered mulga—rosewood, leopard wood, Hop Bush on high sand hills. Channel country growing huge body of natural herbages and grasses. Native millet - codia grass, pig weed, array of clovers, red soil, copper burr, trefoil, cannon ball and buffel grass.
Watered by 5 earth dams. 3 major dams de-silted in March 2019. Yamaramie Lake filling from the Paroo and Cuttaburra channel—river system on history are replenished in major flows on average every 5years (last flood 2011), water receding over 12 to 16 month period) 1 share bore.
All Steel fencing, 7km hinge joint plus 3km new (2018) balance in fair to sound condition.
Woolshed being all steel saw tooth style. 6 stand shaft driven by diesel motor. Koertz Wool press all steel Bugal panel sheep yards, 3 way draft cooler yards—handling 4,000 HD.
All steel cattle yards, 5 way pound draft Beef Boss/ CIA crush—separate calf race to Morrison calf cradle. Large cooler yards handling 600 cattle. Woolshed and cattle yards positioned on the western boundary.
Past 36yrs current owners have used Yamaramie as a stand alone cattle breeding property conservatively running 250 cows + followers. Numbers could triple after flood water receding. Plus seasonally mustering and selling av. 1,200 bush goats. Rated at 3,000 DSE.
Approx $2,000 per annum.
“Yamaramie is a diverse Western Division pastoral property, suited to running sheep or cattle. Soft sweet saline backed with the renowned Paroo and Cuttaburra low lying river system”
Inspections exclusively with David Russell 0418 636 050.