Sandalwood, a Burdekin beauty, passed in

19 Oct, 2012 03:45 PM
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THE 15,400ha (38,145 acre) Burdekin River frontage property Sandalwood was passed in on the auctioneer's bid of $2 million on Tuesday.

Offered by Alec and Chris Hyden and family, Sandalwood was a part of The Eight Mile at Dalbeg and is located 100km south of Ayr.

Sandalwood is estimated to have a safe carrying capacity of 1500 cattle.

The property forms a unique natural pocket bounded by a 25km frontage to the Burdekin River and the Leichhardt Range.

Sandalwood is described as heavily grassed with black spear and Indian couch with some urochloa, seca and verano stylo.

* Contact Lorin Bishop, 0419 799 081, or David Roberts, 0417 358 275, Elders.

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