Wandoan’s Juandah Plains asking $13.8m

Wandoan’s Juandah Plains on the market

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FOR SALE: Juandah Plains is being offered with immediate access for 2000 backgrounders.

FOR SALE: Juandah Plains is being offered with immediate access for 2000 backgrounders.

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The 5332 hectare Wandoan property Juandah Plains has been listed for sale at $13.8 million.

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THE 5332 hectare (13,176 acre) Wandoan property Juandah Plains is on the market for $13.8 million.

The GHPL property is described as extremely well developed brigalow/bottle tree scrub with a small amount developed box/forest country. All of the development area has been blade ploughed.

Having been largely destocked for the last 12 months with a small mob of agistment cattle, Juandah Plains is carrying a great body of feed which is going forward with 100mm of recent rain.

Juandah Plains is carrying a great body of feed which is going forward.

With an area of 770ha previously under cultivation, further beef production could be reinstated with the growth of fodder or grain crops. The balance has been blade ploughed in strips with buffell grass and an array of other improved pastures and legumes established.

The property is well watered with two bores  as well as the ability to pump out of Bungaban Creek. The house is almost new as are the steel cattle yards with excellent ancilliary improvements with the machinery shed/workshop and grain storage shed.

Marketing agent Wally Cooper said the property located 29km north east of Wandoan would be sold with an extensive plant list.

“Juandah Plains presents grass ready to accept cattle immediately and they will perform very well,” Mr Cooper said. “This district is renowned for heavy carrying and excellent weight gains.”

Contact Wally Cooper, 0427 781 054, RPL. 

The 5332 hectare Wandoan property Juandah Plains has been listed for sale at $13.8 million.

The 5332 hectare Wandoan property Juandah Plains has been listed for sale at $13.8 million.

The story Wandoan’s Juandah Plains asking $13.8m first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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