800 ACRE IRRIGATION FARM, MONTO, CENTRAL QUEENSLAND
Moonford via Monto, Central Queensland
A 807 acre irrigation and grazing property with a comfortable 3 bedroom family home in landscaped gardens. The property has 560 acres of irrigated arable land with the balance (247 acres) being grazing. The property includes 5 water licenses with a total allocation of 700 mega litres. The land is on two titles and there are 3 houses suitable as workers accommodation or as rental income.
$0 POA. (machinery available)
This property is a prime rural show piece.
It consists of two properties:
Will sell separately by negotiation.
There are beef cattle on the grazing areas plus an olive grove with 400 trees. There is:
Water and Irrigation includes 700 mega litres from the secure Cania Dam Scheme. The property straddles Three Moon Creek which is the main distribution channel from the dam. This property is second to receive the recharge water released from the Cania Dam
Cultivated 500 acre Irrigation Area
This is a mixture of improved pasture land plus timbered country and is ideal for grazing. It has been stick raked and has stock proof (4 barbed wire) fencing
The Second Irrigation Area
This is 60 acres on the highest land. Its on a plateau with a dam and ring tank for irrigation. This are could be used for many cropping or horticulture. The water supply can come from a new bore or be pumped up from other storage
The farm has ample infrastructure including:
The property has one main house plus 3 other homes. The main house features:
This is an ideal family home with good gardens plus a swimming pool and still have room for a tennis court
There are 3 other houses which would be ideal for family use or for workers accommodation. One is a 4 bedroom house and the other two are 3 bedroom homes. All have power and good water connected.
This property has huge potential for bio dynamic production. It could be used for dairy, beef cattle, olives, citrus, tea, coffee, market gardens (flowers) to name a few.
It currently cuts lucerne hay 9 times per year with a yield of 30 to 50 square bales in summer and 15 to 25 square bales in winter plus forage sorghum which cuts 10 round bales per acre, 2 to 3 times a year
Rural properties with the potential to fatten cattle, to grow crops or for horticulture are few and far between. The water alone is the key to this property’s value
The potential to fatten cattle on 500 acres of irrigated land is:
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