Under normal circumstances a Central West property with an impressive history of production would not be hitting the market just now, looking brown and droughty like the country all around.
Serious investors in broadacre farming country have been offered a rare opportunity to acquire up to 10,000 hectares of prime hard wheat country in north-west NSW.
Last month one of the most illustrious Lachlan River properties, Jemalong Station, changed hands for the fourth time in 140 years. PETER AUSTIN traces its history.
It’s that winter-warming time when weekend and holiday getaways focus on the Southern Highlands and a chance to consider a more permanent tree-change. Check out what's on offer.
It’s just over 10 years since Sydney businessman, the late David de Mestre, first offered for sale his landmark “Warrangunyah” aggregation at Ilford in the Mudgee district.
Defined by both it’s sense of history and majestic proportions and nestled on sprawling grounds of manicured gardens, this beautiful country estate is captivating in every way.
Our preview last week of a property at Ben Lomond referred to that locality as one of three “hot spots” on the Northern Tablelands specially prized for their grazing productivity.
A tidy mixed farming and residential aggregation handy to Dubbo has hit the market as part of an asset rationalisation move by its Sydney-based investor owner.
A large lower Macleay grazing property located only 10 minutes from the new Pacific highway at Frederickton has hit the market. This rare holding consists of approximately 818 acres.
Another Australian pastoral icon is in play, following the listing for sale last week of the renowned Channel Country station, “Clifton Hills”.