Securing grazing land on the beautiful Barrington River isn’t easy so when an opportunity arises you need to pay attention.
‘Boranel South’ is a really diverse and interesting property with a wonderful mix of gently rolling, improved country, through to sheltered pockets of forest grazing and timber-covered ridges. The property comprises 447 acres (approx) of which 50% is cleared. The property comes in 3 lots (Lots 43, 62 & 65 on DP753153).
– Lot 43 (41ha/101acres) offers quality grazing with eastern fall and deep, dark soils
– Lot 62 (88Ha/217 acres) has many sheltered grazing pockets and some hilly forest grazing with some good mature timber.
– Lot 65 (52ha/128acres) is mostly covered in timber and provides some sheltered forest grazing
– The property has a 1.1km frontage to the Barrington River at the southern end (entrance)
– Boranel Creek runs across the middle of the property and there’s also 4 dams
– There are several excellent building sites (east and north-facing) with panoramic views
– Power is readily available, running across the block and
– The vendor advises the carrying capacity is 65-70 cows and calves
The property is accessed from the end of Bignells Road (a council-maintained road) via Rawdon Vale approximately 40km west of Gloucester. A shared bridge and right of carriageway (ROC) provides access to the property and is also used by a neighbour. Maintenance for the ROC and bridge is shared.