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  • 485 Acre Outstanding Grazing Enterprise

Listing ID: 17941071

Widgee, Queensland 4570


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485 Acre Outstanding Grazing Enterprise

Area: 196.4ha / 485.3 Acres.
Location: approx. 20 minutes Gympie, Noosa 92 klms, Sunshine Coast Airport 90 mins, 2 hours 15 mins Brisbane Airport.
Improvements Homestead: As new open plan 4 bedroom (3 of which are 'Queen sized - main bedroom - King size with with huge walk in robe & large ensuite) plus second bathroom with corner shower and separate bath & WC, verandahs and patios surround the house, huge entertainment section, generously sized lounge with great views, country style modern kitchen with all the right appointments, air conditioned, fireplace, top quality carpets, tiles and blinds throughout.
Improvements General: 16m x 8m x 3.1m colourbond shed, 2 enclosed bays with roller doors, large workshop, tack room plus carport. Timber stock yards in above average condition, plunge dip, vet crush and loading ramp, Double deck suitable .
Country: Ranges from very high quality alluvial creek country to gently undulating pastured improved soils, all very very clean and a pleasure to inspect, plenty of scope for improved carrying capacity.
Water & Fencing General: Exceptional water on this one, crystal clear water, arguably the best watered property within the entire district - huge Little Widgee Creek frontage + 3 dams + spring fed gullies. Fenced into 6 main paddocks plus 2 smaller holding paddocks, very very easy to handle cattle on this property, all the cattle infrastructure has been thought out by a 'cattleman', great to see!
Potable Water: 10,000 Galls from 2 poly house tanks, 5000 galls from tank shed.
Carrying Capacity: Owner records show an average of 120 breeder equivalent carrying progeny through to around 7/8 months throughout normal seasons.

Livestock Features

General Features

  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Garaging: 4

Map Location ( get directions )

Widgee, Queensland 4570

Agent Contact

Mike Ostwald