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96 Wertaloona Road, Wertaloona, SA, 5732

Wertaloona SA 5732

  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2 Toilet


Historic Wertaloona Station
North Flinders Ranges SA
Established Circa 1854

Best Offer closing Tuesday 15th September 2020, if not sold prior
Price Guide $10m - $12m

o 2549 km2
o Prescribed maximum stocking rate 5940 cattle or 29700 sheep equivalents
o Located North Flinders Ranges on the edge of Lake Frome and Gammon Ranges National Park
o Spectacular and iconic landscape featuring Chambers Gorge and Big John Creek
o Five main flood-out areas
o 595 km north of Adelaide
o Presently disposed of as an EU accredited & organically certified beef cattle station, also suitable for sheep meat & wool production
o Excellent water distribution with 28 bores, 10 dams, 5 main creeks & numerous water courses
o Extensive network of graded station tracks
o Excellent internal & boundary fencing
o Quality improvements incl four main cattle yards, multiple sheds incl shearing shed
o Three dwellings including new transportable home

A comprehensive Information Memorandum is available on request.

Enquiries and inspections strictly by appointment with the exclusive selling agent.

Tom Russo 0409 873 837
Philip Keen 0438 308 650
Bruce Cameron 0429 471 966
Tim Taplin 0419 659 621


General Features

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Land Area: 254900hect (approx)
  • Air Conditioning


  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

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