CBRE, as exclusive agent, invites expressions of interest from interested parties to acquire Iffley, Deverill and Twenty Mile and to lease Codrilla, an unprecedented Central Queensland agricultural aggregation located close to Rockhampton, the Beef Capital of Australia.

The properties are strategically located approximately 38 lineal kilometres south east of Moranbah, 130 lineal kilometres south west of Mackay and 240 lineal kilometres north west of Rockhampton. Of particular note, Iffley, Deverill and Twenty Mile are currently occupied under long term peppercorn agreement by the Acton Family until 21 September 2023.

For Sale – Iffley, Deverill and Twenty Mile

-Productive aggregation totalling 41,529Ha* in three adjoining properties located within the heart of Central Queensland and within proximity to Rockhampton.
-Extensive stands of native and improved pasture, the latter including Buffel, Green Panic and Rhodes Grass supporting a combined carrying capacity of 10,000 Adult Equivalents (AE).
-Secure water resources comprising two bores, dams and extensive frontage to the Isaac River (Iffley and Deverill).
-Strategically located within a highly productive region of Queensland with efficient access to end markets.
-Well-developed landholdings featuring practical operational infrastructure ensuring ease of operation.
-High quality homestead complex and associated infrastructure (Iffley).
-Subject to an occupation agreement currently in place for the aggregation until 21 September 2023.

For Lease – Codrilla

-12,700Ha* with 17* kilometre frontage to the Fitzroy Developmental Road
-Extensive stands of native and improved pasture, the latter including Buffel, Green Panic and Rhodes Grass, ideally suited to the breeding, backgrounding and fattening of livestock
-Carrying capacity of 3,000* Adult Equivalents
-Secure water resources and outstanding infrastructure
-Available for long-term lease commencing early 2018

Expression of Interest are being sought for the properties in one line or as separate assets closing Thursday 20 July 2017 at 4pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

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