“Glendon” has had an extensive development plan with the current owners since 1978 and this reflects in the quality of the improvements and ancilliary infrastructure. This country has a proven track record of putting kg’s on cattle and would be a excellent addition to the astute cattlemans portfolio.
20 000 acres
Approx. 5000 head
A mix of land and soil types, including brigalow, box, open forest and softwood scrub. This supports a combination of improved pastures including silk sorghum, wynn cassia, buffel, medics, stylos, burgundy bean, bisset creeping blue grass, premier digiteria and desmanthus.
Stock water via electric bores, plus frontage to Bungaban Creek and numerous turkeys nests and troughs located throughout the place.
Paddocks leading into a laneway network with smaller holding paddocks near the stockyards.
Inspections of the Property are by appointment only and are
to be conducted under the supervision of the selling agents. Interested parties should contact the selling agents to arrange an inspection.
A copy of the private sale documents for the Property is available from the selling agents on request. Refer to the documents for the terms and conditions of this sale.
Foreign investors will be required to have regard to the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975 (C’wealth) and the policies concerning foreign investments in Australia of both the Federal and Queensland governments.
The Vendor may, in their absolute discretion, but without being under any obligation to do so, update or supplement this Information Memorandum. Any further information will be provided subject to the terms and conditions set out in this Information Memorandum.
Interested parties should make their own assessment of the impact of GST on the Property and the returns derived from them after obtaining expert professional advice.
The information in this Information Memorandum and any other written or verbal information given in respect of the Property and / or livestock referred to in this Information Memorandum (“the Information”) is provided to you (“the Recipient”) on the following conditions:
The Property is sold on an “as is/where is” basis (that is, in its present condition and subject to all legal and physical defects).
No assurance, representation, warranty or guarantee (express or implied) is given by Rural Property and Livestock Pty Ltd or any of their respective officers, partners, employees or consultants (collectively referred to as “the Parties”) or any other person or entity that the Information, whether or not in writing, is complete, accurate or balanced, or has or will be audited or independently verified, or that reasonable care has been or will be taken in compiling, preparing and furnishing the Information.
The Information does not constitute, and should not be considered as, a recommendation in relation to the purchase of the Property or any other matter, or as a solicitation or offer to sell the Property or a contract of sale for the Property.
The Information shall not constitute an assurance, representation, warranty or guarantee that there has been no change in the Property or in the matters referred to in the Information since the date at which the Information is expressed to be stated.
None of the Parties assume any obligation to the Recipient to provide additional Information or updated Information or to correct any inaccuracies in the Information which may become apparent.
The Information should not be relied upon in any way by
the Recipient or its related entities, their respective officers, employees, agents, advisors, shareholders and associates (collectively “the Recipient”). The Recipient should satisfy itself as to the accuracy and completeness of the Information through inspections, surveys, enquiries, and searches by its own independent consultants.
The Information does not purport to contain all of the details which the Recipient would require to make a decision to express an interest in or make an offer to purchase the Property. Recipients should seek independent legal and financial advice.
None of the Parties make any representations or warranties with respect to fixtures, fittings, plant and equipment on the Property.
None of the Parties make any representations or warranties with respect to the continuation or enforceability of any licence, lease, supply, service, consultancy, certification, standard or other agreement referred to in this Information Memorandum following completion of the sale of the Property.
None of the Parties make any representations or warranties with respect to the legality of the current use of the Property or the ability of Recipients to redevelop the Property.
The information does not and will not form part of any contract of sale for the Property. If a Recipient makes an offer or signs a contract for the Property that Recipient represents that it is not relying on the Information supplied by any of the Parties (unless otherwise agreed in a written contract with the Vendor). The only information, representations and warranties upon which the Recipient will be entitled to rely will be as expressly set out in such a contract.
Recipients will be responsible for meeting its own costs of participating in the sale process for the Property. The Parties shall not be liable to compensate a Recipient for any costs or expenses incurred in reviewing, investigating or analysing any Information, whether that Information is contained in this Information Memorandum or otherwise.
None of the Parties are liable to compensate or reimburse a Recipient for any liabilities, costs or expenses incurred in connection with the sale of the Property.
Except as may be expressly provided in any agreement
in writing between the Parties and the Recipient, the Recipient acknowledges and agrees that to the maximum extent permitted by law, all terms, conditions, warranties and statements, whether express, implied, written, oral, collateral, statutory or otherwise, relating to the Information Memorandum and the sale of the Property is excluded,
and each of the Parties disclaim all liability for any loss and damage (whether foreseeable or not) suffered by any person acting on any of the Information whether the loss or damage arises in connection with any negligence, default or lack of care on the part of the Parties, any misrepresentation or any other cause by reason of or in connection with the provision of the Information or by the purported reliance thereon by a Recipient.
To the extent that any of the above paragraphs may be construed as being a contravention of any law of the State or the Commonwealth, such paragraphs should be read down, severed or both as the case may require and the remaining paragraphs shall continue to have full force and effect.
This disclaimer is in addition to the contract of sale and survives execution of the contract of sale.