When cattleman Sterling Buntine landed in Darwin on Monday, after travelling to Canberra to make a $386 million bid for Australia's largest landholder S.Kidman and Company, he turned the key in his semi trailer and headed for home – Alroy Downs – more than 1000 kilometres away.
Sydney fund manager Iain Gray has tipped Achill West, a 2216-hectare grazing property near Armidale on to the market, with expectations of between $8 million and $8.5 million.
One of the few remaining commercial-scale grazing properties in the Bungendore district has been listed for sale.
The Hurricane Hill Quarry at Culcairn, about 50 kilometres north of Albury, has sold at auction for $4.5 million.
Time is almost up on Inglis Rural Property’s expressions of interest campaign for the famed 1011-hectare, “Twins Hills” stud at Cootamundra.
“Burburgate” was one of several runs taken up by the colonial explorer-politician William Charles Wentworth in the 1840s.
Where access is possible, sodden ground has forced rural property agents to get creative to make the most of the early spring market.
Some of Australia's wealthiest graziers are challenging Gina Rinehart's bid to secure Australia's largest land holder, cattle company S.Kidman & Co.