RPL has been at the forefront of a number of large rural property transactions in Australia.
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Favourable balance of land types comprising predominantly Mitchell/Flinders grass downs transitioning to areas of Gidyea/Boree forest and breakaway channels associated with Maneroo Creek
“Withywine” is experiencing an excellent season and carries an abundance of feed, having had in excess of 120mm recent rain. It has a valuable, diverse combination of natural pasture and herbages along with introduced grasses and legumes, carrying upto 900hd cattle in current season. For genuine sale, vendor is motivated to sell.
The historic "Bowen Downs" aggregation offers a rare opportunity for serious producers seeking quality country of scale. The quality 155 000 ac property has historically been run as a beef/sheep operation and is equally suited to breeding, backgrounding or fattening.
been thoughtfully developed to represent an unprecedented grazing enterprise renowned for large scale sheep and cattle production. benefited by extensive frontage to the Barcoo River (40km), the property exhibits large tracts of flood-out channels complimented by areas of open downs supporting an estimated carrying capacity of 7,500 AE.
13170 acres of outstanding Wandoan country, “Juandah Plains” 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.
Average rainfall of 568mm, carrying capacity 2700 AE.
Glendoan is approximately 20 000ac with 10 000 ac of forestry lease. A range of different country is on offer consisting of a mix of land and soil types, including brigalow, box, open forest and softwood scrub.
Cawnpore presents itself as an opportunity to acquire and outstanding breeding and bullock fattening property in the tightly held Middleton area in North West Queensland. This property is easily run with low input costs and has the ability to produce excellent fat cattle creating high percentage returns.
Depot Glen has a mix of approximately 70% Thomson River flood out country (23KM frontage) which is fed by several local creeks as well and will back up from a flood in Vergemont creek. This country has consistently recorded weight gains of 1.5 kgs/day which reflects the quality of the pasture. One could say it is like a natural feedlot.
Offered by the Walker Family for the first time in 47yrs. Garches offers a fantastic opportunity for the established grazier and astute investor alike. With a prime location on the highway 40km from Barcaldine you would consider access to be 2nd to none. With 1st class downs country and excellent water infrastructure ‘Garches” offers a low cost operation with the type of country suited to all cattle operations.
Clifton Hills Station is a large cattle station in the far north-east corner of South Australia. It occupies a significant part of the fabled Channel Country, which extends from Queensland into South Australia. When there is sufficient rainfall in their catchment area these rivers flow into Lake Eyre, watering large areas of the Clifton Hills land mass and, in a good year, creating some of the best cattle fattening country in the land.
This blue ribbon Blackall property is a highly productive, low cost operation. The 36,275ha organically-accredited property boasts a quality mix of soft country perfect for breeding, fattening or backgrounding 3500 breeders with weaners, or up to 6000 backgrounders in an average season.
Covering almost 69,000ha, Tumbar sits in a patch of exceptional buffel grass country in the Jordan River Valley, just south of Jericho. The country is fully developed brigalow/belah softwood scrub, carrying a big body of feed. Tumbar boasts exceptional country complemented by extensive improvements .
Glendon offers the incoming purchaser a multitude of options. The property would suit cattle, sheep, and/or goat production as an easy care, low cost operation. At 12,000 acres this would suit the pastoralist and/or professional looking for exposure to the agricultural industry.