Rufus River, "Nulla Nulla" & "Noola" Stations
1049 Nulla RoadPine Camp NSW 2648Australia
Renowned Lower South Western N.S.W. Pastoral Aggregation
- Offering as a whole or in two non-contingent parcels. Nulla Nulla station comprising 42,841.3*hectares (105,863*acres) and Noola station offering 7,859.4*hectares (19,420*acres).
- Nulla Nulla and Noola are both adjoining iconic pastoral holdings and combined are situated on the north and western side of Lake Victoria (no frontage) in the lower south-western division of New South Wales.
- Superb location with Nulla Nulla being 95*km north west of the major provincial city of Mildura, 90*km east of the Riverland town of Renmark and 350*km north east of Adelaide. Mildura and Renmark provides all the essential services to facilitate and operate such a large scale operation.
- Nulla Nulla and Noola generally comprises vast areas of healthy open land systems, being flat to gently undulating country with a well-balanced mix of edible native herbage, grasses (in season) and forage shrubs being predominately Blue Bush, Salt Bush, Pearl Bush and Cotton Bush, scattered timber belts include Belah, Native Pines, Box Gums, Bullock Bush and with limited areas of any significance of Mallee or woody weeds.
- Both stations had a long history of grazing sheep for wool and lamb production along with of herds of cattle. The property has been destocked and not operated as a livestock grazing operation since around 2007*. The condition of the bush and timbered country has benefited from not being grazed since 2007*. Both assets would ideally complement the breeding and grazing of sheep, cattle or goats.
- Being located in close proximity to Lake Victoria, Rufus River, Chowilla Game Reserve and Floodplains, Danggali Conservation Park and Tarawi Nature Reserve, the opportunity also exists for institutional investors to purchase as a large scale conservation management asset or wildlife sanctuary.
- Structural improvements on Nulla Nulla include the substantial Queensland style owners and managers homestead (circa 1910*) residences, local heritage listed raised woolshed with distinctive saw tooth roof, original post office and general store buildings (all ruins), shearers quarters and ancillary shedding (various stages of operating condition). Noola with basic structural improvements.
- Internal water infrastructure comprises of numerous concrete/poly water receiving tanks which are inter-connected with a pipeline network generally delivering to a mix of fibrolite & concrete troughs. Various size ground earth tanks are scattered around the holdings, some of which have had recent catchment earthworks completed.
- Nulla Nulla and Noola water supply has historically been sourced from a combination of ground tanks and a pipe line leading from Lake Victoria. The existing water infrastructure (pipes, pumps and motors) that once formed part of a water supply sourced directly from Lake Victoria will not pass with the sale of Nulla Nulla or Noola. No water licences are offered with the sale. Prospective buyers are required to conduct their own due diligence and investigations through Water N.S.W. (Water Management Act 2000) in regard to Works Approval (W.A) and Water Access Licensing (W.A.L).
- Boundary fencing is generally a combination of good steel and timber post support and is considered stock proof condition for merino sheep. Internal fencing, in areas requires maintenance or replacing however there are some exceptions with improved division fencing. Older fence lines comprise four-six plain wires and a top barb wire construction or older style netting wire.
Agents Comments: Both Nulla Nulla and Noola stations have all the essential elements of versatility,
productivity and a superb location. Whilst they adjoin and complement each other, both stations can be run as independent holdings. This aggregation offers livestock producers or institutional investors in Conservation an excellent opportunity to acquire a high quality, large scale property asset.
For Sale: Expressions of Interest closing 3.00 pm (AEST) 24th February 2020
View: Strictly By Appointment
Terms: EOI followed by Select Tender Process
Michael Fernandez M: 0429 165 077
Simon McIntyre M: 0407 843 202