‘Rockybank’ is located 90km south of Mitchell or 145km south west of Roma via the Middle Road.
FACILITIES & SERVICES:
Rural power, landline telephone service and twice weekly mail services.
Dunkeld school and community is approximately 30km from the property.
The majority of usual urban services including schooling to Year 10 are available in Mitchell, with a school bus service from Mitchell to Year 11 & 12 and TAFE in Roma. There are weekly cattle sales in Roma. Shopping facilities at Mitchell and Roma.
LAND AREA, TENURE:
‘Rockybank’ is approximately 2,832.8 ha or 7,000 acres.
Lot 16 Plan KE20, Freehold Title
LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Maranoa Regional Council
RATES: Designated as Rural, $555.02 net per half year.
The general undulating country on ‘Rockybank’ has a mix of red loamy to heavier scrub soils. ‘Rockybank’ is best described as box, sandalwood and yellow jacket country running back to softer brigalow gilgia (melonhole) country. A lot of the country has been pulled and been developed to bufflel grass pasture.
Rockybank’ is watered by 3 dams, these dams are fully fenced with a number of holding paddocks. Turkey nests from each dam feeds into troughs. There is a permanent and semi-permanent water hole in the Neabul Creek that is pumped to the cattle yards, house, shed and troughs.
Average rainfall on ‘Rockybank’ is 400mm
The boundary is well fenced on all sides with sheep/goat netting, as it is part of the Neabul/Wallam cluster fence. Internal fencing is made up of three barb and one plain wire and is fenced into five paddocks and one laneway.
Inmprovements on ‘Rockybank’ include an older style, high set house on the banks of the Neabul Creek. It also has a steel framed three bay machinery shed, a set of steel cattle yards made up with portable panels with a Carinya crush, and a small set of goat yards.
Rockybank’ is a great mix of soil types is well grassed and offers the options for cattle breeding or back grounding. ‘Rockybank’ has excellent fencing that is suited to goats, the property is worth an inspection.