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Laudham Park Station, Townsville

Townsville

POA

ID #8761

Property Description

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Henry Slaney

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Location:  ‘Laudham Park’ is located on the western outskirts of Townsville, approx 10 km from the Willows Shopping Centre with access is via the suburbs of Kelso and Upper Ross.

As one of the largest and fastest growing regional cities in Australia, Townsville spells OPPORTUNITY. With a population approaching 200000, a comprehensive array of services and large & diverse industry, Townsville’s North Queensland seaside location is a major positive for employment and lifestyle needs. Industries such as Agriculture, Tourism, Mining, Education, Shipping/Port and the Defence Forces all underpin the Townsville economy and have made it a reliable and growing area for many years. Furthermore, lifestyle enhancements such as being home to the Cowboys Rugby League team, The Ville Casino and its close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef have combined to make Townsville high on the ‘livability scale’ for new and existing residents.

 Area:  Freehold, Lot 4 on EP102, Lot 584 on E124164 and Lot 42 on DP289600

Total area 4789ha (11828.8acres)

Local Authority:  Townsville City Council

Rainfall:  Long term annual average 760mm (approx 30inches).

Country:  The property is well grassed. In the late 1990’s approximately 30-40% of the property was selectively cleared with some of this area farmed for hay production.  There is a variation in soil and vegetation types from loamy soils along the Central Creek frontage to grey and black soils on the flat country and red gravels along the ridges. The open eucalypt forest is dominated by Ironbark, Box, Poplar Gum & Bloodwood. Pasture species include Black Spear, Kangaroo, Indian Couch, Urachloa and Callide Rhodes grasses plus Verano and Seca Stylos.


Housing & Sheds:  There is no housing or sheds on the property


Cattle yards, Fencing & Stock water:  
There is central set of steel cattle yards are capable of handling mobs of approximately 500head and come complete with crush, branding cradle and loading ramp. The property is divided into 5 paddocks with 3-barb fencing in good condition and stock water is supplied via two bores, several dams and seasonal creeks. Much of the northern and western boundary is unfenced, but stock-proof, due to a large mountain range providing a natural boundary.


Cattle:  
The property is being offered for sale bare of livestock.


Remarks:
  ‘Laudham Park’ offers an existing grazing enterprise with subdivision potential on an enormous scale … right on the outskirts of the city of Townsville.


Disclaimer:  The above report on ‘Laudham Park’ has been provided by Slaney & Co based on information supplied by the property owner and other credible sources. Every endeavour has been made to verify its accuracy. Whilst we trust the information to be correct, we make no warranties or guarantees and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries & research.

Location:  ‘Laudham Park’ is located on the western outskirts of Townsville, approx 10 km from the Willows Shopping Centre with access is via the suburbs of Kelso and Upper Ross.

As one of the largest and fastest growing regional cities in Australia, Townsville spells OPPORTUNITY. With a population approaching 200000, a comprehensive array of services and large & diverse industry, Townsville’s North Queensland seaside location is a major positive for employment and lifestyle needs. Industries such as Agriculture, Tourism, Mining, Education, Shipping/Port and the Defence Forces all underpin the Townsville economy and have made it a reliable and growing area for many years. Furthermore, lifestyle enhancements such as being home to the Cowboys Rugby League team, The Ville Casino and its close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef have combined to make Townsville high on the ‘livability scale’ for new and existing residents.

 Area:  Freehold, Lot 4 on EP102, Lot 584 on E124164 and Lot 42 on DP289600

Total area 4789ha (11828.8acres)

Local Authority:  Townsville City Council

Rainfall:  Long term annual average 760mm (approx 30inches).

Country:  The property is well grassed. In the late 1990’s approximately 30-40% of the property was selectively cleared with some of this area farmed for hay production.  There is a variation in soil and vegetation types from loamy soils along the Central Creek frontage to grey and black soils on the flat country and red gravels along the ridges. The open eucalypt forest is dominated by Ironbark, Box, Poplar Gum & Bloodwood. Pasture species include Black Spear, Kangaroo, Indian Couch, Urachloa and Callide Rhodes grasses plus Verano and Seca Stylos.


Housing & Sheds:  There is no housing or sheds on the property


Cattle yards, Fencing & Stock water:  
There is central set of steel cattle yards are capable of handling mobs of approximately 500head and come complete with crush, branding cradle and loading ramp. The property is divided into 5 paddocks with 3-barb fencing in good condition and stock water is supplied via two bores, several dams and seasonal creeks. Much of the northern and western boundary is unfenced, but stock-proof, due to a large mountain range providing a natural boundary.


Cattle:  
The property is being offered for sale bare of livestock.


Remarks:
  ‘Laudham Park’ offers an existing grazing enterprise with subdivision potential on an enormous scale … right on the outskirts of the city of Townsville.


Disclaimer:  The above report on ‘Laudham Park’ has been provided by Slaney & Co based on information supplied by the property owner and other credible sources. Every endeavour has been made to verify its accuracy. Whilst we trust the information to be correct, we make no warranties or guarantees and prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquiries & research.

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