Ray White Rural Queensland
"Nardoo Station" Cunnamulla QLD
Approximately 38 kilometres North of Cunnamulla, and approximately 162 kilometres South of Charleville on the Matilda Highway.
Twice weekly mail service, medical facilities, business services and schooling in Cunnamulla. Rural power, telephone and internet.
AREA and TENURE
Total area of 44,560 hectares (110,108 acres) held in 21 Freehold titles with a combined area of 109,925 acres and 3 leases with a total area of 73.95 hectares (183 acres).
Paroo Shire Council Rates: $18,913.86 per half year net.
Cunnamulla is regarded as having an annual rainfall of 375 millimetres (15 inches).
The majority of the country is open Mitchell grass downs, lightly timbered with Whitewood, Gidgea and Coolibah. In 1946 there was approximately 30,000 acres of Gidgea rung out. The soils are mostly black running into areas of sand ridge which are densely grassed with Buffel. Widgeegoara Creek floods through the property. There is an area of approximately 8,000 acres of red Mulga soils on the eastern side of the "Longlands" holding.
The new Nardoo bore is located at the homestead and was put down and capped under GABSI. The bore has a capacity of approximately 680,000 gallons per day. The Longlands bore has also been capped under GABSI and has a flow of approximately 395,000 gallons per day.
A pipeline, tank and trough system has been installed on both bores making the property securely watered.
"Longlands" receives water on the eastern side from the Victor bore via a direct pipeline.
Buildings in the homestead complex include a two storey timber homestead, machinery shed and workshop, shearers quarters, shearing shed and portable steel cattle yards. There are several sheep yards on the run.
ESTIMATED CARRYING CAPACITY
The Vendors estimate that the property will carry 25,000 sheep in average seasons, plus cattle.
"Nardoo Station" is held in high regard as a sheep and beef grazing property in the Cunnamulla district. The open Mitchell grass downs, combined with water security give credence to the properties reputation as a proven performer. The approximately 110,000 acres gives scale, and the ease of operation in this style of country will also appeal to the discerning producer.
Andrew Adcock - 0407 674 972
Antony Glynn (Glynn Agriculture) - 0427 742 081
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