WESTERN Queensland's highly regarded black soil property Listowel Downs is described as beef and sheep property that suits the serious producer looking for scale with organic accreditation.
Located 90km south of Blackall, the quality 26,512 hectare (65,513 acre) property has clay soils with lightly shaded gidgee and boree timber.
The country is regarded as perfect for breeding and fattening on Mitchell and buffel grasses and a variety of annual herbages in season.
Listowel Downs' carrying capacity is an estimated 3500-4000 adult equivalent cattle or 20,000 to 25,000 sheep.
The 480-510mm annual average rainfall falls predominantly in summer. Recent rains totaling 200mm have set up the 2020 season.
Improvements are described as being in good condition.
They include multiple dams plus tank and trough facilities, good fencing across 28-plus paddocks, and two sets of cattle yards.
There is also an impressive four bedroom homestead and cottage, woolshed, quarters, workshop and sheds.
Marketing agent Colliers International says Listowel Downs is for genuine sale and represents a great opportunity to secure one of Blackall's renowned grazing properties.
Listowel Downs will be auctioned by Colliers International at the Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, on May 1.
Contact Rawdon Briggs, 0428 651 144, or Trenton Hindman, 0429 701 080, Colliers International.