FOR SALE - Western Lands Leasehold



"Tilden"

Carnavon Hwy, Collarenebri

Agent: Ben Hiscox

Mobile: 0429 669 313

Email: ben@bjassa.com.au




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LOCATION

Tilden is located approximately 35 kms from Mungindi on the Carnavon Highway.


AREA

1,386* hectares (3424.88* acres) Western Lands Leasehold. The annual lease cost $512.00 p/a.

Carrying capacity is approximately 150 cows and calves. Calves turned off as weaners.


CULTIVATION

'Tilden' has a Cultivation Consent for 180 hectares that has been seeded with Buffel grass for some time.


WATER

'Tilden' is very well watered by the Eulalie Bore Group.

Pipeline Details

Size: 50mm

Class: PN 6.3 Poly

Offset: 1.0m

Depth: 0.6mt

This trough and pipe system waters all three paddocks.

The two main paddocks also have very good dams in each.


FENCING

'Tilden' is split into 3 paddocks with the western boundary being near new exclusion fence. All other fencing is mostly in good to fair condition.


CATTLE YARDS

Set of fair quality steel cattle yards and partly portable yards with loading ramp and crush.

There is water to a trough in the yards.


ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation is a basic small hut, with an Iron roof. There is no electricity.


For more Information please contact:

Ben Hiscox

Director | BJA Stock and Station Agents

Mobile: 0429 669 313

Email: ben@bjassa.com.au


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