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237 Running Creek Road, Kilkivan QLD 4600
$549,000 - 100HA
  • 2
  • 1
  • 4
  • 247 acres

Reduced to $549,000 for a contract by 30th June 2016

Cultivation/Irrigation Property on the Wide Bay Creek

Located 4km from the small rural township of Kilkivan, 50km from the larger business centre of Gympie and just over an hour to Noosa.

- Area is approx. 100ha (247 acres) in one title
- Land is approximately 95% white zoned with the vegetation mapping locked in
- Approximately 90% of the property has been cultivated with highly productive rich black soil
- Irrigation license for 8 Ha (20 acres) from permanent Wide Bay Creek
- Southern Cross Pump driven by a 25 HP electric motor with push button start and timer stop
- Underground PVC 100mm mains with two hydrants
- Ideal for Lucerne or other fodder crop production
- The irrigation pump also delivers water to a 26,000 litre header tank then gravity feeds to 7 troughs as well as the garden and stock yard
- House is a solid renovated Queenslander home positioned on a hill with views over most of the property
- Two large bedrooms with built-in robes plus study, bathroom, kitchen/dining, lounge, laundry and large verandahs on 3 sides
- Family sized inground mineral swimming pool, fenced
- Two rainwater storage tanks storing 52,000 litres (5500 gallons each) supplying rainwater to the house
- Garden and swimming pool water supplied from the creek
- Chook run with shed and large vegetable garden watered from the creek
- Machinery/hay shed (18m x 8m x 4m high) with bitumen floor and also covering the surrounding area
- Garage/work shed (12m x 9m x 2.8m) with 3 phase power, several power points, and lighting also with shipping container (12m x 2.4m) for additional storage next to shed
- Cattle yards (100 head) constructed of timber posts and steel cattle rail with race, covered vet crush, loading ramp, power, lighting and water trough
- Ten paddocks all with access to a laneway connecting from a central holding paddock to the cattle yards for ease of stock handling
- Fences are mainly barb wire with some electric fencing run from mains power unit, the majority of the fencing has been completed in recent years.
- The property has 3 dams and the Wide Bay Creek giving two water supplies to most paddocks with troughs to the remainder.
- Carrying capacity is approximately 60 breeders however this would increase with pasture improvement and storage of hay/silage produced off the irrigation area