Windsor Park - Well Developed Downs Backgrounding & Fattering

Windsor Park – Well Developed Downs Backgrounding & Fattering

WINDSOR PARK

WELL DEVELOPED DOWNS BACKGROUNDING AND FATTENING

Windsor Park is located in the Richmond shire 120km South West of Richmond via the Winton road with approximately 60km sealed bitumen road and 60km black soil road. The road is maintained by the Richmond Shire Council to the front of the house. It is 10,490 ha (25,920 ac) Perpetual Lease (GHPL) with mail twice weekly from Richmond, STD Telephone, 4G NBN Internet and Rural Power are all connected. The average Annual rainfall of approximately 450mm.

Windsor Park has excellent Stock Water with a new Great Artesian Basin bore installed in 2008. The depth of the bore is 780m delivering 30 litres/second. The pipeline from this bore is under natural pressure of between 25 psi and 40 psi and delivers clean, fresh, cool water to 9 tanks and 9 troughs strategically located throughout the property and also supplies the house. In addition to this there are two large dams, one of these was desilted in 2018. Rupert Creek also runs through the property parallel to the north eastern boundary in Rupert Creek Paddock. There are two other smaller unnamed creeks that run through Borehead and Jacks Paddock.

There is a large weather board homestead that was relocated to the property. It sits on steel adjustable stumps and is very spacious with a large near new kitchen, 4 bedrooms, all air conditioned, office, cold room, bathroom, toilet and closed in verandah. In addition, there is a serviceable one bedroom, one-bathroom cottage near the house. This is all set amongst established lawn and gardens. There is a large, high, 4-bay machinery shed and three smaller sheds suitable for five cars or similar.

Windsor Park is close to the top of the watershed, is slightly undulating and consists of mostly black self-cracking clay soils. It is grassed with Barley Mitchell, Flinders, Summer and Button Grasses with smaller areas of Curley Mitchell, Bull Mitchell and Buffel Grass mainly along the creek systems. There is also pea bush and herbages when in season. There are occasional scattered whitewoods, lightly scattered prickly acacia, thicker around the dams and creeks, an Athol Pine with Coolibah, Bohenia and Mesquite prevalent along Rupert Creek. The Prickly Acacia was poisoned with Grasslan in 2018 with below average results.

There is a set of steel and wooden cattle yards on Windsor Park to work 800 head. They are constructed mostly from portable panels with a 5-way race draft, vet crush and calf cradle.

Windsor Park is fenced into 4 main paddocks and 3 holding paddocks. The fencing consists of netting and one barb on steel pickets with steel end assemblies along the entire boundaries with Plainby and Maroola and is suitable for sheep and cattle. Jacks paddock is also fenced the same and is suitable for sheep if desired. The is approximately 5km of internal fence which is 5 plain and 1 barb on steel pickets. The balance of the fencing is 3 barbs on steel pickets mostly with steel gates and end assemblies in very good condition.

The current owner runs approximately 1,200 Adult Equivalents on Windsor Park.

Windsor Park is a low cost, backgrounding and fattening property with an excellent stock water system with the safety back up of two large dams. The property is well grassed, with good fencing and a good homestead.

Price On Application

Contact the selling Agent:
KENNEDY RURAL – RICHMOND

Matthew Kennedy 0488 418 788

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