Ray White Rural Queensland
'Inverness' Blackall QLD
Approx 20 kilometres due south of Blackall, with a bitumen road past the entrance.
Area & Tenure
22,853 hectares (55,805 acres) Freehold land.
Blackall Shire rates $11,788.89 net per 1/2 year.
Annual average of 512.5 millimetres (20.5 inches)
Rural power, bitumen road to within 4 kilometres of homestead, Telephone, broadband internet,
Hospital and Schooling in Blackall, weekly cattle selling centre at Blackall, regular Blackall - Brisbane air service.
Lowset country homestead of 6 bedrooms, air-conditioned throughout, set in a garden of lawns and shrubs. Cottage, Donga, 2 machinery sheds, numerous other station buildings. 2 sets cattle yards - 1 x steel equipped with crush, draft and loading ramp, 1 timber and steel.
'Inverness' is acclaimed as being the 'best' of the Blackall country. The large gidyea trees that were on this country show the strength of the soils. Selectively cleared, and blade ploughed the property has been developed to heavy buffel pasture.
2 capped flowing artesian bores, water 'Inverness' through approx 30 kilometres of poly pipe to cup and saucers and troughs. Excellently watered.
Mostly 4 barbs on steel, with some ringlock on wooden posts with a barb.
Estimated Production Capacity
'Inverness' is estimated to carry 4,500 steers to bullocks.
The country of 'Inverness' has been developed with the pulling of the gidyea, leaving select shade clumps, and the introduction of buffel grass. Water has also been developed with strategically placed cup and saucers, and troughs utilising the country economically.
In our opinion, the reputation of 'Inverness' is deserved. We invite you to inspect and form your own opinion. Bulk grass = kilos of beef !
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