ROCKLAWN, a well developed grazing property in the Wide-Bay Burnett area, is set to be auctioned by Raine and Horne in Goomeri on April 26.
Located at Kinbombi near Goomeri, the well developed grazing property is currently carrying a large body of dry feed and has the advantage of supplementary irrigation.
Covering 381 hectares (942 acres) in five freehold titles, Rocklawn is developed iron bark and blue gum country, running to black soil creek flats.
The property has been selectively cleared, with little to no regrowth.
There is about 30ha of black soil cultivation. Currently 12ha can be irrigated, with underground mains on a further 16ha.
Rocklawn is fenced into 10 paddocks and has been lightly stocked during the past six months. It is described as a very clean property, and was carrying nearly 200 head before being lightly stocked for sale.
Improvements include a modern, high set four bedroom home, a second older Queenslander home in need of repair, near new hay shed, an older machinery shed, and a donga.
Yards are a combination of near new steel, timber and cable.
There is an under cover vet crush with scales and a six-way draft.
Water is supplied from two equipped bores and three dams.
The first bore is at a depth of 16m and pumps about 32,000 litres/hour. It is can irrigate about 12ha.
Bore two is at 13.5m and also pumps about 32,000 litres/hour. It can potentially irrigate about 16ha.
Fencing ranges from very good to stock proof, with only a small section on the irrigation paddock that needs repair.
The property looks a picture. A total of 146mm of rain has fallen in the past three weeks
Rocklawn will be auctioned in Goomeri on April 26.
Contact John Allery, 0427 376 993, Raine and Horne.