Capella's versatile Mitchell Park heads to auction

Mark Phelps
By Mark Phelps
Updated November 13 2021 - 10:56am, first published November 9 2021 - 11:59pm
COLLIERS AGRIBUSINESS: The highly developed 1240 hectare Capella property Mitchell Park will be auctioned on November 25.

NEIL and Margaret Dunbar are selling their highly developed 1240 hectare (3064 acre) Capella property Mitchell Park.

To be auctioned by Colliers Agribusiness in Brisbane on November 25, the prime Central Queensland buffel grass country property features three water licences with 2040 megalitres in entitlements.



Located 15km west of Capella and 52km road south of Emerald, the EU accredited operation is used for backgrounding cattle and intensive silage/bunker feeding.

There is 73ha under a centre pivot, 89ha of flood irrigation, and and 77ha of dryland cultivation.

Retro and Sandy creeks provide year round opportunities to fill the 1350ML dam storages. There is also scope to build additional dam storage infrastructure.

Structural improvements include a three bedroom homestead, machinery shed and workshop. There are also two 1000 tonne silage pits and a 100t Denny silo.

Mitchell Park is divided into six main paddocks, serviced by laneways and holding paddocks. The 500 head cattle yards are made of timber and steel and have a crush, loading ramp.

The versatile property is also said to have potential for leucaena, citrus or macadamias.

Contact Trenton Hindman, 0429 701 080, Colliers Agribusiness.

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