WANDOO, a sand quarry and spring water operation on Sydney's doorstep, is expected to make more than $15 million.
Located at Sutton Forest on the NSW Southern Highlands, the sand quarry produces yellow brickies sand and is being sold through an expressions of interest process.
The large customer base includes landscape yards, concrete batching plants and brick manufacturers.
The 61 hectare (152 acre) property also has a licenced spring water bore and purification plant with a long-term off-take contract.
LAWD senior director Col Medway, said the asset for particularly attractive because of the increasing amount of development in Western Sydney, including an airport and rail and road infrastructure.
"The quarry operation has been independently surveyed with an estimated 27.7 million tonnes of resource with strong prospects to increase annual extraction rates," Mr Medway said.
Structural improvements include a comfortable residence, machinery shed and workshop.
Wandoo is positioned 3km from the Hume Highway and has b-double access.
There is also grazing land on the property.
Expressions of interest close on March 9.
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