A video showcasing the highly productive Ebor aggregation Glen Alvie has been released.
Nestled at the centre of the Moree cropping belt, “Coomooma” at Gurley offers a little over 1000 hectares of well-managed dryland farming.
For $1.3 million a canny investor could buy a three-bedroom home in a Sydney suburb, a hobby farm on the Tablelands, or “Merriwee”, a viable commercial farming property in the Central West.
Buyers looking to get a foothold in the Canowindra district could do worse than “Grassy Mountain” where a slice of land with the option to buy a prized stud cattle herd is on offer.
A handy-sized property just listed for sale on the Upper Namoi combines heritage lifestyle features and proven production capabilities as a grazing and irrigation concern.
US-owned cotton property “Koramba” on the NSW-Queensland border is to sell for a price believed to be more than $100 million
Any investor looking at buying into the rural property market today for the purpose of running sheep will need much deeper pockets than they would have needed three or four years ago.