PO Box 1187, Kingaroy QLD 4610

“Windera Station” 3269 Murgon Gayndah Road Windera QLD 4605

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  • Agent: James Bredhauer
  • Mob: 0427 549 373
  • Agent: Chris Crouch
  • Mob: 0429 656 162
  • Email: james@aussiell.com
  • Price: $8,000,000.00
  • Type: Mixed Farming
  • Size: 1725.57 ha / 4264 acres

 

Windera Station – Opportunity & Lifestyle 

“Windera Station” has a total area of approximately 4264 acres, comprising of irrigation, cropping and grazing on three separate titles. Well-watered with a 100acre (600meg) lake which is self-filling via a two-metre private weir. The weir has an earth wall with cement apron and is self-filling from Windera Creek, meaning no pumping costs. There is an 18-panel solar pump out of the lake with 2.5km of 2” poly which supplies three troughs. There are two irrigation licenses, one for the weir and one to pump from the creek when running. The stock bore has a 300gph solar pump. There is a 4400gph bore which can be pumped into an irrigation dam. There are more opportunities for more irrigation bores and utilising other creek systems.
There is approximately 300 acres under irrigation, on three separate pumping systems, approximately 100 acres each point. There are 2 x side roll irrigators which total 64 lengths with 2 motor units. The mains are 6”, with 4” risers and some 5” risers. There is a two-year-old Casella Hydro Jet 120 125mm hard hose irrigator which has 500m of hose. This pump is diesel, self-propelled 100PSI, with a 90m wide spray, set up for 1km runs. There is a Southern Cross soft hose with 300m length of run.
All mains could be joined together with 300m of new mains.
Livestock water consists of solar bore, 18 solar panels, 5 earth dams and 2 springs and numerous waterholes in creeks.
The spring has a windmill, and there is also a permanent hole in the creek.
There is 700 acres of cultivation plus 500 acres that has been previously contoured & pastured, totalling 1200 acres of available cultivation.
1200 bales of forage sorghum were baled off 80 acres in May.
600 bales of grass & grassy Lucerne baled in April.
60 acres of grain sorghum was planted, and ripening 7/5/20.
300 acres is ready to plant to barley.
190 acres of mung beans is ready to harvest.
There is 100 acres of new pasture, 150-200 acres of Rhodes panic & legumes. Grasses are spear, Qld blue, privet blue, bissett blue, Rhodes, green panic, bambatsi panic and natural legumes & stylo.
There is 300 acres some near millable timber, and 100 acres heavy timber silverleaf.
The property is split into 15 paddocks, 7km of new fencing, only 2km of old fencing. There is 3km of road fencing with new wire. Timber cattle yards & vet crush. The carrying capacity is 400 cow/calf units & followers to feedlot entry weight. 1500 backgrounders & cropping. The property carried 300 cows & calves throughout the drought.
There are two homes – the main homestead is a 4-bedroom, 2 bathroom, fully renovated Queenslander. It has a 6.2kw solar system also fenced cement tennis court with practice board. The second residence is a 3 bedroom, plus sleepout with a 4.2kw solar system.
There are two haysheds (one of which holds 900 round bales and the other has 300 round bales stored), two machinery sheds & a workshop.
Onsite quarry with very good road base.
MASSIVE POTENTIAL FOR INCREASING EARNING CAPACITY

Please contact agent – James Bredhauer on 0427 549 373 or james@aussiell.com or Chris Crouch on 0429 656 162 to arrange an inspection today.

 

 

 

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