Nundle Creek Road, NUNDLE NSW 2340
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- 6 Mar 2017
419 ACRES ONLY 2 MINUTES FROM NUNDLE - “Splitters Gully”, comprises an approximately 419 acre grazing parcel located just 2 minutes drive from the beautiful, charmed filled tourist town of Nundle. The property is an ideal mixed grazing block – perfect for cattle fattening or breeding – and is well regarded for its productive soils, quality native and improved pastures, soft undulating topography and high rainfall. The rich black basalt soil allows for a variety of livestock and fodder cropping enterprises.
Country: Total holding comprises approximately 419 acres of undulating black basalt country. The majority of “Splitters Gully” is cleared with the western side of the property fronting Nundle Creek Road highly suitable to further pasture improvement or planting of oat crops. Over the years “Splitters Gully” has been improved with fescue, clover and rye pastures. Over the ridge to the eastern boundary “Splitters Gully” opens into a beautiful hollow ideal for grazing with some light timbered areas providing adequate shading for livestock. There are some more heavily timbered areas in the south, south-east and north-east sections of the property.
Location: “Splitters Gully” is the ideal weekender to breed or fatten cattle just 2 minutes drive from the charming tourist town of Nundle.
The village of Nundle lies 60km southeast of Tamworth, at the start of the Fossickers Way Touring Route. The drive there takes you through fertile river-flat farms and rich grazing lands of country NSW.
Nundle is abound with tourist attractions and events including the annual Nundle Go For Gold Chinese Festival, the Nundle Art Gallery and nearby Volcania Art Glass, the Nundle Woollen Mill, one of the last spinning mills still operating in Australia, Odgers and McClelland, a beautifully preserved 19th-century general store, as well as Sacs On Jenkins and Jenkins Street Antiques and Fine China.
Additionally, the Peel Inn, Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe and Museum, Nundle Craft Co-operative. and Arc-en-Ciel Trout Farm, offer a diverse range of dining and entertainment options
The property is ideally located to source quality vendor bred cattle from regular weaner sales in Tamworth or the annual weaner sales at Walcha to fatten cattle. “Splitters Gully” is also centrally located between the Wingham, Inverell and Scone abattoirs.
Rainfall: The Nundle area is renowned for its high rainfall of approximately 850mm per annum. Recent spring rainfall has immensely benefitted the body of pastures across the property.
Water: There are 5 dams on “Splitters Gully” 3 of which are spring fed providing more than adequate water supply for livestock. There is also an unequipped bore on the property.
Improvements: There is a dilapidated “renovator’s delight” dwelling on “Splitters Gully” with no power connection. An old set of stock yards in need of repair are located in the north western corner of the block.
For Sale: $3,000/acre.
Contact Matt Shaw (0477 100 082) of Colliers International or John Croake (0428 977 589) of Australian Wool Network.
1 Bligh street, SydneyGrade A
Building AmenitiesAvg. rent (net):$800 - $1000Avg. outgoings:$162Vacancy rate:13.5%Data from Colliers Edge.For information click hereMajor TenantsNabers energyAdditional information
Nundle Creek Road NUNDLE