FOR SALE - Rural Property

18th August 2020

LOCATION: ‘Scottsvale’ is located 15km west of Mitchell, via the Warrego Highway.

FACILITIES & SERVICES: Rural power, telephone service and mobile coverage. The majority of usual   urban services including schooling to Year 10 are available in Mitchell, with a school bus service from Mitchell to Roma for Year 11 & 12 and TAFE. There are weekly cattle sales in Roma and shopping facilities in Mitchell and Roma.

LAND AREA, TENURE: ‘Scottsvale’ is 2082.34 ha or 5,100* acres Freehold Farming and Grazing Property, PMAV locked in.

GENERAL COUNTRY: Mainly consisting of Poplar Box red soils going to Brigalow Belah scrub running back to Bendee ridges.

RAINFALL: 450 mm annual average.                                                                                                               

FENCING: ‘Scottsvale’ is well fenced. Divided into 7 main paddocks, all internal fencing is in good condition. There is 5km of 6ft dog netting on the northern and eastern boundary fence.

CARRYING CAPACITY: Current carrying capacity would be suited to 350-400 breeders or 500-600 dry cattle. 

WATER & BORE FACILITIES: The property is extremely well watered as it boasts 12 watering points. The majority of the dams were desilted in 2008. One bore feeds the house and immediate troughs and pumps soft water from 280ft via an electric submersible pump.

IMPROVEMENTS: The main house is a very tidy cottage style home with a fully fenced yard. There is a set of steel cattleyards near the house. There is full mobile coverage over the majority of the property.

REMARKS: ‘Scottsvale’ presents a fantastic opportunity to secure quality buffel cattle country, with highway  frontage and close to Mitchell township. Inspections are highly recommended.


11am Friday, 16th October, 2020 at the Mitchell Bowls Club    ****SOLD AT AUCTION****

23 Dublin St, Mitchell, QLD

4th August 2020

LOCATION: ‘Dunkeld Station’ is situated 60km south of Mitchell via the Mitchell-St George Road.
FACILITIES & SERVICES: Rural power, telephone service, twice weekly mail services and 2 minutes from the Dunkeld Primary School. The majority of usual urban services including schooling to Year 10 are available in Mitchell, with a school bus service from Mitchell to Roma for Year 11 & 12 and TAFE. There are weekly cattle sales in Roma. Shopping facilities at Mitchell and Roma. LAND AREA, TENURE: ‘Dunkeld Station’ is 2002.31 ha or 4947 Acres plus 1 Term lease for 165.112 ha. ’Dunkeld Station’ is a Freehold Farming and Grazing Property. The PMAV is locked in and is 90% white. GENERAL COUNTRY: Mix of Coolibah, Box, Ironbark and Pine country with 2000ac pulled and stick raked in the last 10 years. 400 acres blade ploughed and seeded to Buffel and Sabi grass. RAINFALL: 450 mm annual average. FENCING: ‘Dunkeld Station’ is well fenced around the boundaries and subdivided into six main grazing paddocks with a lane way system. CARRYING CAPACITY: Current carrying capacity 350-400 cows or 600-800 backgrounders. WATER & BORE FACILITIES: The property is considered well watered with 1 bore feeding into 5 tanks and troughs, as well as 6 dams.
IMPROVEMENTS: The main house is a comfortable 3 bedroom house with large screened in verandah on 3 sides. There is a 3 bay concrete car shed and shearing quarters.
CATTLE YARDS: A set of steel cattle yards comprising of holding yards, forcing yards, draft and a steel loading ramp,
REMARKS: ‘Dunkeld Station’ is an established, tidy and well grassed property right in the very heart of the Maranoa.       

1st June 2020

SITUATION: Bandon Park is 94 km from Mitchell and 145km to Roma with access off the Bargunyah Road.

FACILITIES: Ideally situated close to Australia’s largest cattle selling centre in Roma and en-route to all major feedlots on the Darling Downs and major meat processors.  Rural power, internet and mail services available. Schooling from Prep to Year 6 is available at the Dunkeld School, approximately 32kms from the property. High school available from Mitchell (Year 10) and Roma (P—12). Major shopping and service centers at Roma. 

AREA: Bandon Park is 6454 acres, with a PMAV issued over the property. There is also an additional 648 acres available in the reserve.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Bandon Park is mostly made up of red sandy soils originally timbered with ironbark, box and pine. There is currently a good body of buffel and a reliable stand of mulga.

FENCING: Fenced into 8 paddocks, all fencing is in fair condition. Bandon Park is a part of the Nebil   Wallam cluster.
WATER: Bandon Park is watered by Nebil creek, 3 permanent holes and 4 dams.

YARDS:  The cattleyards are made up of steel panels, as well as a 4 stand shearing shed.

IMPROVEMENTS: Bandon Park has an older style 3 bedroom home and office. There is also a 4 stand shearing shed.

REMARKS: Bandon Park is a well situated, reliable block that could easily be used for a variety or combination of beef, sheep or goat operations. It is offered for sale under a ‘walk in walk out’ basis.

Also available to purchase is ‘The Block’ approximately 20kms from Bandon Park. ‘The Block’ is made up of 4 paddocks, all watered by dams and a semi-permanent hole in the Bargunyah Creek. There is a telephone line and a set of wooden and steel cattleyards. Both Bandon Park and the Block offer purchases with an opportunity to acquire a large breeding block with close proximity and access to the Roma Saleyards.

23rd April 2020


‘Rockybank’ is located 90km south of Mitchell or 145km south west of Roma via the Middle Road.


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.


‘Rockybank’  is approximately 2,832.8 ha or 7,000 acres.

Lot 16 Plan KE20 , Freehold Title


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 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.


31st March 2020


‘Tamanick’ is located approximately 83kms south of Mitchell on the Mitchell-St George Road,  or 130kms north of St George.  Access to the property is via the Mitchell-St George Road which is an all bitumen road straddling the Maranoa River, or the rear access is via the East Maranoa Road which is a well serviced gravel road.


‘Tamanick’ is a total of 13,918.241ha or 34,392.72 Acres 

this includes ‘Myola’, ‘Feniton’ and ‘Farmers’.


‘Tamanick’ is a property with a great balance of soil types throughout and exceptional stand of buffel and natural grasses. There is approximately 4000 acres of low lying flood grazing country that straddles the Maranoa River that is reputable cattle fattening land that is extremely beneficial in times of increased rainfall or flood times. Structural improvements include a neat four bedroom circa 1957 homestead with established lawns and gardens, a three bedroom timber managers residence, basic set of quarters used for storage only and several sheds and a sets of steel cattle yards.
At the ‘Myola’ block improvements include a basic timber and fibrous cement cottage, old homestead, vehicle shed, shearing shed and a set of steel portable panel cattle yards.
‘Tamanick’ offers purchasers the opportunity to acquire a large breeding and backgrounding operation with close proximity and access to the Roma Saleyards. An inspection is highly recommended.


31st March 2020

‘Marlee Downs’ is located 165km South West of Mitchell Post Office.

Rural power with a household generator for backup power, telephone service and twice weekly mail services. Satellite Broadband internet services are connected to main house, schoolroom and cottage. ‘Marlee Downs’ has a school classroom set up on the property.
There is a Community Centre at the Nebine Community Centre, 25 minutes from 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.

‘Marlee Downs’ is 16,187.426 ha or 40,000 Acres


‘Marlee Downs’ is a well balanced versatile property. It is safe cattle country well established to native pastures. Structural improvements include the main homestead, established gardens, 2 bedroom cottage, self contained donga, extra donga setup as a classroom, several sheds, and a set of steel cattle yards.

PRICE: POA - Property SOLD

17th March 2020

SITUATION: 'Nyora' is located 55km north of Inglewood or 48km south of Milmerran, 80km west of Warwick in the Goondiwindi Shire.

AREA & TENURE: 'Nyora' is 2,296 hectares or 5,673 acres. Lot 27 BNT 1508 & Lot 1 PER205924 : PO 205924 

CARRYING CAPACITY: 'Nyora' is known to run 2,500 ewes and their lambs. 

REMARKS: With sheep, wool and goat prices at an all time high, what a great opportunity to purchase a property ideally suited to these markets. 'Nyora' is close to all facilities and with the recent rains it can run your livestock straight away. 'Nyora' is worthy of your inspection. 

PRICE: $1,900,000.00


SITUATION: Homeview is 25 km from Mitchell off the Warrego Highway via the Womalilla Access Road on an all weather road. 

AREA: Homeview is 5,077 acres, with Lot 9 and 10 all zoned freehold. PMAV is issued over the property. 

REMARKS: Homeview is well situated to the Warrego Highway, in a secure rainfall area. Soft native grasses and buffel is interspersed throughout the property.  An excellent opportunity for a starter block, or a base to educate the children or an additional piece of property. It has been in the one family for over 72 years.


4th October 2019

LOCATION:  ‘Rutland’ is located 3kms north east of Mitchell off  the Mitchell-Forest Vale Road, with bitumen      frontage.

FACILITIES & SERVICES:  Rural power (3 Phase), twice weekly mail service, telephone and Mobile coverage and school bus service. The majority of usual urban services including schooling to year 10 are available in Mitchell, with a school bus service to Year 11 & 12 and TAFE in Roma. There are twice weekly cattle sales in  Roma. Services are typical of the area and adequate to operate ‘Rutland’ to its highest potential. 

LAND AREA, TENURE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT: ‘Rutland’ is approx. 2725.52Ha (6,449 acres) in size, is Freehold in 27 titles.

Balance of good breeding and fattening country comprises an irregular shaped cattle property contained within 27 freehold title allotments. The holding is flat to undulating in topography with a general fall to Basalt Creek and natural watercourses which run throughout. Country types on ‘Rutland’ is very transitional ranging from sands mainly in the west to rich red soils originally timbered with Poplar Box, False Sandalwood, Wilga, Kurrajong, Belah, Ironbark and Brigalow clumps rising to ridges through the central south of the property.

‘Rutland’ is a well balanced versatile property with quick responding soils. Safe cattle country with an   excellent location just east of Mitchell on the northern side of the Warrego Highway and dissected by the Warrong Road. Most of the property has been cleared and cultivated in the past with most of this country  now well established to native or improved pastures. Structural improvements include renovated main homestead, established gardens, cottage, several sheds, silo and set of steel cattle yards.

PRICE $4,500,000 - SOLD

15 May 2019

LOCATION: ‘Ashling’ is located 138kms south of Mitchell and 200kms south-west of Roma via Muckadilla Dunkeld.

FACILITIES & SERVICES: Rural power, STD telephone and Satellite Broadband internet  services are connected. Twice weekly mail deliveries from Mitchell. A 700 meter airstrip is located at ‘Ashling’. The majority of usual urban services including schooling to year 10 are available in Mitchell. There are twice weekly cattle sales in Roma. Services are typical of the area and adequate to operate ‘Ashling’ to its highest potential.  

AREA & TENURE & COUNTRY:  ‘Ashling’ is approx. 20,747.772Ha (51,268.782 acres) in size, with the Stock Route consisting of 4,113.75 acres.

‘Ashling’ consists of predominantly red loam soils and originally timbered with Box, Sandalwood, Wilga, Mulga, Cypress Pine and Kurrajong.

Country has been established to buffel grass, with natural native grasses that include Low Mulga, Standing Mulga, Mulga Mitchell, Queensland Blue and Button Grass. Good herbage growing country with Crows Foot, Mulga Nettle, Lamb Tongue and Pigweed when winter rains are received.

In the last 2 months approx. 15,000 acres has been freshly pulled.

On ‘Ashling”  the vendor has been running approx. 1000 cows and replacement heifers since 2008. Could run sheep equivalent, or a mix of cattle and sheep.

‘Ashling’ is equally  suited  for cattle or sheep. Excellent structural improvements. Extremely well watered. featuring a highly credible artesian bore. Opportunity exists for further ongoing grass and pasture development to increase capacity.

Price: $3,700,000 - Bare


September 2018

The property Kandimulla was originally split from Bonus Downs station and balloted off for closer settlement in the 1960's for the running of Sheep and/or Cattle. At the time of issue of the lease, the property was identified as a "living area" running 5400 DSE and had an area of approximately 15,000 acres of the holding which trees had been previously destroyed.  The property was sold in 1980 to the family of the current owners, as a sheep grazing enterprise to diversify a family partnership with Grain and Cattle interests on the central highlands.


After dissolution of this partnership, the property transferred to Neville and Lainie Morris in 1987, the property is now run as a partnership between Lainie and her son, Kent.  Development in the 1980’s lifted the carrying capacity form 5400 DSE to 7000 DSE. In recent years, the focus has been on running a self replacing wool sheep enterprise and dry cattle with opportunity agistment of cattle when available.


Extensive water infrastructure has been installed in the last 5 years to ensure that Kandimulla is exceptionally safe country in variable seasons. The reserves of mulga, as well as the large areas of Non Remnat vegetation ensure that Kandimulla is a property that remains productive in all years. The incusion of the property inside the V Gate Collaborative Area Management Group, sees the property fully enclosed within a cluster with other landholders who are committed to controlling the impact of wild dogs. Candimulla is a property that offers versatile options for production in a wide variety of seasons.


Kandimulla has been held by the Morris family for 38 years, and is offered for reluctant sale to amicably dissolve a family partnership, and allow for the retirement of Lainie, and for Kent to persue other interests.

"Westwood" Mitchell - SOLD

7 February 2019

Great opportunity to invest in a established rural livestock property.


‘Westwood’ is located 18kms north of Mitchell and 106kms of Roma, on the Westwood Access Road – via Forest Vale Road, Mitchell. The  Forset Vale Road is an all-weather sealed road and Westwood Access Road is unsealed.

‘Westwood’ is approx. 3361.94ha (8304 acres) in size. Lot 7 DUB53113, Lot 9 DL44, Lot 281 DL268 and Lot 282 DL268 are all zoned as freehold. A PMAV has been issued over the property is registered on the titles.

‘Westwood’ consists of 1500 acres (18.06%) of red buffel and native grasses, 7000 acres (84.27%) of brigalow belah, 180 acres (2.17%) of established leucanena also inter rowed with planted silk and buffel grass. There is 7 paddocks of myall scrub country, some combined with buffel and Mitchell grass. ‘Westwood’ also offers purchasers the opportunity to plant and harvest oats and sorghum on 450 acres of cultivation.

Westwood’ has a country homestead of 5 bedrooms with air conditioning that has plenty of character. A fully self-contained donga which can accommodate for any workers or guests to ‘Westwood’. Other infrastructure on the property includes a machinery shed, workshop, cattle yards and weaning yards.


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