Ray White Rural Queensland
"Macsland" Boulia QLD
25 kilometres East of Boulia on the Kennedy Developmental Road, and the junction of the Plenty Highway. Approx 321 kilometres South East of Mount Isa.
Solar powered homestead complex. Bitumen road frontage. Schooling to Year 7 in Boulia. Telephone. Twice weekly mail. Boulia has a multi sports complex, golf club and tourist attractions such as the annual camel races and the Min Min centre. Farm stay accommodation on property has previously been used to host bus tours.
AREA and TENURE
22,200 hectares (54,856 acres)
Pastoral Holding described as PH 1680 being L 4197 on PH 4/4197.
Rents : $1,243 per annum.
Rates : Boulia Shire Rates $2,800 per annum approx.
Boulia Annual Average 262 millimetres.
A balance of sweet Mitchell and Flinders Downs interspersed with lightly timbered watercourses, including 15 Mile Creek and Warenda Creek, and local channels. The timbers include Gigyea and Bauhinia with a small area of Bloodwood.
Macsland is watered by 7 bores equipped with mills pumping into 1 turkeys nest, 2 poly tanks and 4 cement tanks. There is a share bore with Elrose equipped with a Solar Pump and a 20,000 gallon tank. Another 2 bores - Stock Route and Government Bores waters the southern side of the highway. Bores are mostly pumping from shallow depths.
Main homestead consists of 4 bedrooms, office, dining and sitting room with large outdoor entertaining area. Second cottage of 1 bedroom with living and dining area. Farmstay accommodation includes 17 rooms in 4 Donga's.
Other structural improvements include 6 stand shearing shed, workshop, machinery shed of 4 bays with concrete floor and a steel frame storage shed.
Steel cattle yards with loading ramp, crush and a 5 way draft.
Macsland is fenced into 5 main paddocks ranging in size from approx 6,500 acres to 18,500 acres. Fencing is in good to new condition with the re-alignment of paddocks in recent years.
ESTIMATED CARRYING CAPACITY
Vendors estimate that Macsland will safely carry 1,500 head of mixed cattle in average seasons.
Basic station plant included.
Macsland has been held in the McGlinchey Family since 1918. The property features a balance of sweet downs country with shallow bore water. Over recent years the property has been used as Farm Stay with 17 rooms to accommodate buses of international tourists.
Macsland is going to be sold, and the successful purchaser will have the opportunity to purchase 550 Hereford cows and progeny currently depastured on the property.
Andrew Adcock 0407 674972
Wayne Green 0427 684981
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