Bounded by the Cobark River in the north and stretching all the way to the Barrington River in the south. This magnificent parcel of rural grazing land is situated 40km to the west of Gloucester, nestled in the foothills of the majestic Barrington Tops and comprises 4 lots and approximately 895 acres.
The northern section of the property, Boranel North (Lot 12/10248), offers 448 acres of gently rolling ridges and an outstanding 1.4km frontage to the Cobark River with a 29 megalitre water licence. Along the river there are impressive large, established gums. Most of this northern section is cleared except for 50 acres at the rear of the block on the back ridges. The timber in this area provides good, sheltered grazing. In addition to the river there are 3 good dams and this block never ran out of water in the big drought of 2019. Power crosses the block and there are several excellent building sites with inspiring 360 degree views. There is also mobile service to this section of the property. Access to the northern section of the property is off tar-sealed Scone Road via a Right of Carriageway.
As we move south over the timbered ridgeline, we are entering the southern half of the property which is 50% cleared and comprises 447 acres in 3 lots (Lots 43, 62 & 65/753153).
– 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. Boranel Creek runs across this lot
– Lot 65 (52ha/128acres) is mostly covered in timber and provides some sheltered forest grazing.
The southern end of the property has a 1.1km frontage to the Barrington River, the creek and 4 dams. Power is readily available running across the block and there are several excellent building sites with stunning views.
Access to the southern end of Boranel Rural Aggregation is from Bignells Road (a council-maintained road) via Rawdon Vale approximately 40km from Gloucester. A shared bridge and right of carriageway provides access to the property and is also used by a neighbour. Maintenance for the ROC and bridge is shared.
The vendor advises the property easily runs 200+ cows and calves.
It is rare for an excellent grazing block of this size and quality to come on the market in this tightly held region.
Inspection is by prior appointment.
Disclaimer: We have obtained all information herein from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.