Cobar NSW 2835
90km north/east of Cobar, 110km north/west of Nyngan (32km off Mitchell Highway).
Generally flat red loam soil with beneficial mulga creek dispersing through south to north for approx. 12km. Highly fertile chocolate soil type, fringed with box flat. Adjacent to the western boundary is the coronga peak mountain which is around 400m high, providing beneficial run off. Predominately timbered with good stands of mulga, rose wood, curran bush and wild orange; all palatable, scattered kurrajong, box and pine and re-growth. Cultivation approx. 1,000ac—1,000ac pulled and re-growth.
Watered by 10 earth dams, large dam on mulga creek system. House dam has power with a Davey pump to amenities.
Fencing boundary is steel and wooden, 4 hinge joint paddocks around cultivation, balance of station run as one paddock has trapping/mustering at dams.
Old 3 bedroom cottage (fibro iron), kitchen is in need of repairs, atco 6 single room quarters, 3m x 3m ablution block, 7m atco mesh room, 10m x 20m machinery shed; open front 3 bay, 30ft silo, 40’ shipping container, 3 x 22,000L poly rainwater tanks, 4 stand woolshed; not equipped, power connected, old wooden yards.
Serviced by rural power, mobile phone coverage, std phone, maintained 1,000m airstrip and windsock, 60 minutes to Nyngan or Cobar which are both major service centres.
Estimated at 3,000DSE, plus seasonal nomadic goat harvesting from the mountain and surrounding area. Opportunity to grow cereal crops in season and to further develop the country.
Approx. 325mm p.a.
Cooneybar Station is favoured with mulga creek basin country, coronga peak and soft mulga country. This grazing station is value for money!
Principal/Rural Sales Agent
0418 636 050