‘Beast to the acre’ Connemara goes to auction

'Beast to the acre' Connemara auction on March 3

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CONONDALE: The “beast to the acre” Mary River property Connemara will be auctioned by Gary Dun Property Sales on March 3.

CONONDALE: The “beast to the acre” Mary River property Connemara will be auctioned by Gary Dun Property Sales on March 3.

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The “beast to the acre” Mary River property Connemara will be auctioned by Gary Dun Property Sales on March 3.

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THE highly productive 479 hectare (1183 acre) “beast to the acre” Mary River property Connemara is sure to generate plenty of interest in the run up to its on-site auction by Gary Dun Property Sales on March 3.

Located on Aherns Road at Conondale and 15km from Maleny, the property is in 15 freehold titles and boasts a 1500mm a year average annual rainfall.

The property is described as 84ha of absolutely top class Mary River alluvial soils. The predominantly kikuyu country also has large expanses of high quality upper level river country and small sections of hilly timbered but productive country. 

Connemara is estimated to carry 600 600kg livestock units.

Connemara is estimated to carry 600 600kg livestock units.

Estimated to run 600 600kg livestock units and a beast to the acre on the improved country, the former dairy farm is being offered on a walk in, walk out basis including more than 500 cattle.

Connemara features a very impressive four bedroom low-set homestead with wide shady verandahs set in landscaped surrounds. There is also a three bedroom cottage, hay shed, workshop/machinery shed, two other machinery sheds, and two sets of equipped steel cattle yards. The property is fenced into 28 paddocks.  

Connemara is situated on Conondale/Harpers Creek, at the headwaters of the Mary River at the western base of the Blackall Range. The south-western boundary 3km of Mary River frontage. There are 84ha of prime Mary River flats with water licenses for 49ha. A large water storage tank gravity supplies 30 stock troughs, and nine dams. There is also a Mary River water harvesting licence. A site also exists which could be developed as a 250ML water storage. More than 600 bales of silage were producing in 2016.

Connemara has significant structural improvements.

Connemara has significant structural improvements.

Marketing agent Gary Dun, Gary Dun Property Sales, said Connemara was one of the largest holdings in the district. 

“There is increasing population pressure in the district with numerous rural residential size holdings being created,” Mr Dun said.

Connemara will be auctioned on-site at 787 Aherns Road, Conondale, on March 3. If not sold on a walk in, walk out basis, it will be offered on a bare basis. Cattle numbers will be finalised closer to the sale date.

Contact Gary Dun, 0418 192 033, Gary Dun Property Sales.

Connemara is in 15 freehold titles and boasts a 1500mm a year average annual rainfall.

Connemara is in 15 freehold titles and boasts a 1500mm a year average annual rainfall.

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