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Cropping and Grazing country at its best

Area & Tenure:
4,876 Acres (1,973.2 Ha)
Made up of the properties Bramble, Bellevue & Wattle Creek

Tooraweenah Country - 60 km East of Coonamble, 26 km North of Tooraweenah.

Predominantly basalt soils with deep black self-mulching flats rising on the fringes to red basalt slopes. Scattered shade timber comprising Rosewood, Kurrajong, White Box, Wilga, Pine and Myall. Natural grasses & clovers. Approx. 80% arable with 700 acres currently cropped with half being Barley and the balance Oats.
Watered by 3 main electrified bores supplying troughs reticulating to most paddocks. 11 dams. Annual rainfall 24 inches (609mm). Fencing is fair to good with netting/barb and Hingejoint/barb. There are 30 main paddocks.

5 Bedroom brick Homestead with large surrounding verandah – Featuring 4 bedrooms plus a guest bedroom. The kitchen opens out to a dining/family room adjacent to the lounge/formal dining room. Two main bathrooms plus an ensuite and walk-in robe in the main bedroom. There is a separate office and large functional laundry. 2 x 5,000 gal rainwater tanks plus connection to the bore. Slow combustion wood heater and evaporative air-conditioning.
- 3 Bedroom weatherboard and fibro home
- 3 Bedroom fibro cottage
- Grain shed (100 tonne)
- Elevated Silos (5 x 100 tonne & 4 x 40 tonne)
- Machinery shed/Workshop
- Machinery shed with skillion
- Hayshed
- 4 Stand woolshed (Electric)
- Steel Sheep yards at the woolshed. Bugle design and 3 way draft. Steel Cattle yards with Ellis crush and loading ramp.

- Held in the family since 1941
- Predominantly deep fertile basalt soils
- Cropping and Grazing country at its best
- Securely watered by dams and bores
- Size and Scale with scope for further development

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