Ellis family's Banyula makes $4.15 million | Video

Ellis family's Banyula makes $4.15 million

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BANYULA: Buyers Kieran and Tracey Cook with marketing agent Roger Lyne, Ray White Rural Dalby, and vendors Gary and Rhonda Ellis.

BANYULA: Buyers Kieran and Tracey Cook with marketing agent Roger Lyne, Ray White Rural Dalby, and vendors Gary and Rhonda Ellis.

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Tara property Banyula has sold at a Ray White Rural auction for $4.15 million.

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VERSATILE 2262 hectare (5589 acre) Western Downs farming and grazing operation Banyula has sold at a Ray White Rural auction for $4.15 million.

Located 34km south west of Tara, the property was bought by Kieran and Tracey Cook. Banyula was offered by Gary and Rhonda Ellis, and has been home to three generations of the Ellis family since 1977.

The sale price is equal to about $1835/ha ($743/acre).

Ray White Rural's promotional video for Banyula.

A total of five parties registered for the auction. Bidding opened at $3 million.

Banyula has undulating brigalow/belah country running up to box/ironbark ridge country. There is about 800ha of cultivation, 720ha of improved pasture with the balance being natural grasses.

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Tara property Banyula has sold at a Ray White Rural auction for $4.15 million.

Tara property Banyula has sold at a Ray White Rural auction for $4.15 million.

There is about 120ha of cutter barred country that was been planted to bambatsi. The property is divided into 20 paddocks.

Improvements include a four bedroom home, machinery sheds, cattle yards, a shearing shed, sheep yards. The property is divided into 20 paddocks.

The marketing of Banyula was handled by Roger Lyne and or Andrew Kirtley from Ray White Rural, Dalby.

The story Ellis family's Banyula makes $4.15 million | Video first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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