MOREthan 32,000 hectares of premium agricultural land in the heart of Queensland’s Clermont regionis on the market.
AGRICULTURAL OPPORTUNITY: Willesley and Laurel Hills in the Clermont district cover 32,000ha including 1400ha of irrigation.
GROWTH POTENTIAL: Clermont district properties Willesley and Laurel Hills are being offered with a 5000 head feedlot.
Located within the Belyando/Mistake Creek region,Willesley and Laurel Hills comprise 15,000ha(37,066 acres) and 17,500ha(43,243 acres) respectively.
The expansive aggregation includes 30,000haof grazing land, 1400haof irrigationfor row cropping with potential for expansion to in excess of 3000ha,and a 5000 head feedlot, also with capacity to more than double in size.
CBRE’s Geoff Warriner and Chris Holgar in conjunction with Queensland Rural’s Peter MacPherson have been appointed to sell the aggregation on behalf of the Hall family, who initially drew Laurel Hills in the 1960s.
Mr Warriner said the grazing operation thathas historicallymaintained a carrying capacity of about12,000 head of feeder type cattle.
“We expect there to be significant buyer interest from a range of parties,” Mr Warriner said.“One of the amazing attributes of this property is water security.”
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