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- Moolooloo Station, Moolooloo, SA, 5730

Moolooloo SA 5730

UNDER CONTRACT - Picturesque ranges and gorges with redgum lined creeks

******UNDER CONTRACT******
Moolooloo Station | Flinders Ranges, SA | 609 km2
Including 2,000 Merino sheep (1,200 ewes and 800 wethers all mixed age to be shorn in March)

• Established 1851
• Situated 550 kilometres north of Adelaide in the iconic Flinders Ranges
• Prescribed maximum stocking rate of 10,250 sheep equivalents
• High yielding wool growing country
• Numerous yards in good condition
• Excellent homestead accommodation with multiple other dwellings
• Excellent water distribution:
• 23 bores and wells located throughout the property
• 5 permanent springs
• Numerous semi-permanent springs
• 5 major creeks fed by a myriad of creeks
• Rainfall average 220-280mm
• Established tourism operations, including shearers quarters, Blinman Hut, campsites,
4WD tracks and 2 public access roads
• Places of historical significance including Nuccaleena Copper Mine
• Country encompasses healthy bush to winter clovers and native grasses

Moolooloo Station presents an excellent opportunity to create dual income streams from both livestock production and tourism operations. Refer to www.moolooloo.com.au for details on the Moolooloo current tourism enterprise.

Best offer
Elders Real Estate, Port Augusta
RLA 62833

Inspections strictly by appointment with the exclusive selling agents
• Tim Taplin 0419 659 621
• Philip Keen 0438 308 650


General Features

  • Land Area: 60900hect (approx)

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