STANDOUT Brisbane Valley breeding property Kokopelli was passed in for $3.7 million at a Ray White Rural auction this morning.
Described as consistently running 300-plus breeders, the property is located at Colinton and within 30km of the benchmark Toogoolawah saleyards.
Located 140km from the Brisbane CBD, The 1386 hectare (3425 acre) property includes 102ha of forestry lease.
Kokopelli will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on December 8.
The property features a five bedroom highset Queenslander homestead. It has two bedrooms upstairs, a large modern kitchen, polished timber floors, office, and a spacious bathroom. Downstairs has three bedrooms, a bathroom, laundry and living room.
Kokopelli is divided into nine main, very well fenced paddocks serviced by a laneway system.
Water is supplied to every paddock. There are two bores that service all troughs, the house, sheds and cattle yards. There are also rain water tanks on the house. Happy Creek runs through centre of property and has permanent water holes. There are also nine dams.
Other improvements include manager's accommodation, a three bay workshop with two built-in shipping containers, and a five bay hay/machinery shed. The cattle yards have a six way draft, undercover vet crush facilities, calf race, spray race and B-double access.
Kokopelli has been consistently running 300-plus breeders.
The country includes some 245ha of improved pastures including creeping blue, wincassia and Rhodes grass. The balance is predominately undulating semi-open country rising to steeper selectively cleared timbered ridges.
Livestock, plant and machinery are also available to the buyer.
Contact David Mooney, 0428 946 666, or Wayne Jaenke, 0438 231 634, Ray White Rural.