A 4833 hectare (11,942 acre) south west Queensland mulga property in the Langlo district has $1.725 million at auction.
Offered by local landholders Roy and Glenda Murphy, the portion of Mulga Forest was bought by Compagnoni Grazing Company, Mitchell.
The sale result is equal to about $356/ha ($144/acre).
The freehold block adjoins the Compagnoni's family .
The sandy red, clay loam country features native grasses, mulga Mitchell, wire grass, other native grasses, and herbages.
Timbers include mulga and box.
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