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YAMBUK SURROUNDS KAIUROO STATION TO THE SOUTH AND WEST, WITH FRONTAGE TO THE MACKENZIE RIVER.
YAMBUK SURROUNDS KAIUROO STATION TO THE SOUTH AND WEST, WITH FRONTAGE TO THE MACKENZIE RIVER.
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13,825.88 ha | 34,163.74 ac

Total land area*

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191 ha

Dryland cropping*

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1,807 ha

Mackenzie River Grazing *

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11,827.88 ha

Grazing *

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1 SP129700

Lot & Plans
Leasehold until 31/12/2058

*Approximately

PROPERTY OVERVIEW

Homestead

2-bedroom high-set dwelling with  kitchen/dining room, lounge, bathroom and a third bedroom, bathroom and laundry underneath. Plus  32m2 attached slab on ground living area, 107 m2 steel-framed carport and a rainwater tank.

 

Old ‘Kaiuroo’ Homestead

Two-storey dwelling on highset timber posts with concrete and timber floors totalling 80m2. Internally lined and sealed with masonite, fibrous cement and corrugated galvanised iron.

Machinery Shed

Four-bay shed with one fully enclosed and concreted bay and the rest gravel, totalling 297m2. Equipped with power and lighting, as well as septic toilet and shower.

 

Old Machinery Shed/Workshop

Three-bay shed with mixed timber and steel frame, reinforced concrete floor and corrugated galvanised iron wall and roof. Totalling 96m2, the shed is equipped with power and has a partially enclosed pump skillion shed with 5,000 gallon poly tank in river pipeline with electric pressure system.

The old house yards comprise of 80 sawn timber rail on bush timber posts, 7-way timber drafting pound, earth fill timber loading ramp, covered working area, part of race complete.

Boundary fencing is in fair condition with the majority of fencing – four barbed wires on timber posts. About 4km on the Burkan boundary has been renewed with mixed steel and timber posts.

The property is fenced into 29 main paddocks and five holding paddocks. Internal fencing comprises four, three and two barbed wires with timber posts.

It ranges from alluvial scrub soils and Coolibah flood out country along the Eastern Mackenzie River frontage. From there Yambuk extends into forest breeding country on the red soil tablelands.

The forage and pastures mainly consist of native pastures/reserves, and improved grass pasture as well as a small section of dryland organic cultivation.

191 ha of Yambuk is also used to grow forage crops for winter feed.

Approximately 5,000 ha previously pulled.

Yambuk is well watered for a property of its size with 16 dams across the property ranging between 3,822 – 7,645m3, plus a 250ML dam.