HOURN & Bishop's Qld auction of the Bauhinia district property Prospect Park has been shifted back by one day to July 10.
Prospect Park is being offered by Sam and Heather Crowther and family, who have recently bought their neighbouring property Leeora Downs in the Arcadia Valley.
Comprising of 1559 hectares (3851 acres) rolling hills of buffel grass and green panic, the country was originally timbered with brigalow, bonewood, bottletree and softwoods.
The country runs down to fertile creek flats, which are well established with improved pastures.
Water is a feature of Prospect Park with one flowing bore and a second bore equipped with a solar pump and diesel generator.
There are also three dams plus water holes in Prospect Creek. A telemetry system monitored the entire water system.
Prospect Park has a very good set of steel cattle yards in a handy position to the bitumen road. The yards are well serviced by laneways and water squares.
Improvements include a large four bedroom, two bathroom, rock block home with a large verandah. The home is set in an established garden. There is also a fully enclosed 80x30m steel shed with a small workshop, and a 60x20m skillion with three phase power.
Prospect Park is located 3km from Bauhinia State School. The property is 80km from Moura, 150km from Biloela and 220km from Rockhampton.
Brad Hanson, Hourn & Bishop Qld, said marketing Bauhinia country with a flowing bore would be interesting.
Contact Brad Hanson, 0408 684 612, or Gary Bishop, 0439 982 588, Hourn & Bishop Qld.