DEAN and Theresa Willaton's well developed Maranoa property Tomoo Station is estimated to carry 1650-plus breeders.
Located 85km south west of Mitchell, Tomoo covers 27,702 hectares (68,453 acres) of open alluvial plains, soft mulga and yellow jacket, kurrajong and popular box woodlands.
The property has an excellent body of feed following recent rainfall and also has access to 3025ha (7475 acres) of unfenced stock route.
Tomoo is described as very well developed with about 80 per cent of the property cleared and sown to pasture or pulled for mulga browse.
A significant features is the exclusion fence, which surrounds the property. In addition, the neighbouring properties also having exclusion fences, effectively "double fencing" Tomoo from wild dog and kangaroo migrations.
Water is well supply from permanent waterholes in Mungallala Creek plus a new bore and 23 dams across the property.
A total of 39 water points have been installed across the property using 63mm polypipe.
The modern homestead, managers residence and shearers quarters are described as being in excellent condition.
Tomoo will be auctioned by Colliers International on June 3.
The Willatons are also selling their Mungallala property Bangor South, which will also be auctioned online on June 3.