The large-scale Thornhill aggregation which is made up of four properties will be offered in separate lots during an online auction through AuctionsPlus on Tuesday, July 13, at 10.30am.
Consisting of four adjoining properties, they are Thornhill at 10,060 hectares, Killarney has 10,712ha, Tamworth with 11,688, and Bareeba at 4430ha, giving a total area of 36,891.28ha of GHPL titles.
The aggregation is situated 50 kilometres west of Hughenden and 65km east of Richmond on the Flinders Highway.
The bitumen road frontage allows easy access to live export yards in Cloncurry and Townsville, JBS Townsville meatworks, southern feedlot markets with weigh points and rail heads at Hughenden or Winton to all southern processing plants.
According to TopX marketing agent Tom McLeish, the aggregation is a large-scale, ideally located, tick free, very functional group of properties with a good body of feed for this season.
"An opportunity presents to buy one or buy them all," Mr McLeish said.
"The properties are well set up to handle large mobs of cattle with extensive water and fencing development." .
The property has the ability to supply markets all year round, wet season or dry season, enabling it to be run as either a breeding, backgrounding or trading enterprise.
"Currently in the pipeline for the Hughenden region is the potential development of a beef processing facility, feedlot and irrigation scheme," Mr McLeish said.
"These projects have been under development now for some years and are becoming more of a commercial option as each hurdle is passed and Thornhill is right on the doorstep of all these opportunities."
The country on Thornhill is open undulating, black soil, Mitchell and Flinders grass downs country with a scattering of prickly acacia. The Walkers Creek channel system runs through two paddocks on the north eastern side of the property. The Eastern Creek channels run through the western side of the property.
Killarney Tamworth and Bareeba consisit of all open, undulating, black soil, Mitchell and Flinders downs country with a scattering of prickly acacia and creek systems running through.
Contact Tom McLeish, 0427 580 490, or Henry Slaney, (07) 4787 1811.