3 Enterprises in 1 - Cattle/Sheep/Goats
Bourke, . Kingbolt
Situation & Services:
175 km. North West of Bourke. Rural power, STD phone, UHF radio. Mail twice weekly.
16,153 ha. (39,914 .93 acres) Western Lands Perpetual lease. Shire rates $2167.50, Western Lands Rental $820.60, W.D.D.B. rates $726.89, L.H.P.A. rates $580.00
Mulga and Mulga watercourse country consisting of the Windy Weather Creek and 35 Mile Creek systems. Higher stony country to the north forms the system which provides beneficial flooding into Mulga watercourses and some box flats and swamps. Other timber consists of beefwood, Corkwood and Ironwood.
The country is well grassed with good stands of Neverfail, Wooley Butt, Mulga Mitchell, Mulga Oats, Kerosene Grass, and Speargrass. Some Heather Bush, Turkey Bush and odd Hopbush in places. The country grows good stands of Crowsfoot and Winter Herbages in season.
4 bedroom home with built-ins, main with ensuite and walk-in robe. Open plan lounge/dining room,. Nice timber kitchen, sunroom and new bathroom. Ducted air conditioning and two slow combustion heaters. Bore water connected to the house.
13.8 mtr. x 10 mtr. enclosed garage/workshop. 4 well built dog enclosures with raised kennels and cement pads.
Steel framed, 4-stand, long board woolshed equipped with Lister overhead gear and Southern Cross diesel motor and generator. Large wool room, wooltable and 8 steel wool bins. All steel sheep yards with bugle draft capable of working 2000-3000 sheep.
12-person shearers quarters, fully equipped for 9 people with verandahs, washroom and ablution block.
Steel panel cattleyards with the capacity to handle 300 head with central round yard. RPM custom cattle crush, calf race and Morrisey cradle.
800 mtr. air strip.
House bore with 14' Southern Cross Windmill with Lister Helical Rotor pump backup, servicing 1 x 2000 gal. tank and trough, 3 x 3,000 gal. tanks and troughs and 3 x 5000 gal. tanks and troughs. 1 well, equipped with 10' Southern Cross windmill, 5,000 gal. tank and trough. 8 ground tanks.
Subdivided into 5 grazing paddocks, 3 holding paddocks and 3 mustering enclosures. Approx. 60% near new steel suspension fencing and 40% wooden plain wire and or netting in good to fair condition.
Current operation has been running 300 cows selling calves as weaners.
This property is equally suited to a sheep or cattle operation with good improvements and infrastructure to support both enterprises with opportunity for seasonal harvest of goats.