Lachlan sales a $115m pastoral swansong for Twynam

By Peter Austin
April 10 2018 - 6:30am
FarmBuy Real Estate
The Twynam sale ends nearly half a century of agricultural investment in Australia by the company, and winds up a 10-year property divestment program that began in 2008 with the sale of “Boolcarrol”/“Milton Downs” at Bellata.
The Twynam sale ends nearly half a century of agricultural investment in Australia by the company, and winds up a 10-year property divestment program that began in 2008 with the sale of “Boolcarrol”/“Milton Downs” at Bellata.

Onetime pastoral powerhouse Twynam Agricultural Group has wound up its phased exit from Australian broadacre agriculture, with the sale of its Lachlan River properties for more than $115 million.

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