66 Acres Port Curtis

66 Acres Port Curtis

Situated on the doorsteps of Rockhampton and adjoining Hasting Deering this 66.07 acres of land sits on 4 separate titles with road frontage to all. “DRYTOP” is an extremely productive block for its size and features excellent water security, Steel Cattle yards with head bail and water tank/trough system. The Property is fenced into 3 paddocks however is currently ran as one, with a secure 4 barbed wire boundary. This block is very versatile and lends itself to a variety of uses from breeding, backgrounding to fattening.

Listing Details:

  • Property ID: 600114
  • Listing Type: Sale
  • Status: Sold
  • Sale Type: Private Sale
  • Price Type: List Price
  • List Price: $350,000.00
  • Property Type: Rural
  • Property Name: DRYTOP
  • Property Location: Rockhampton
  • State: QLD
  • Location Details:

    DRYTOP is located on the only 5km from the Rockhampton CBD and adjacent to Hastings Deering site

  • Size/Area:

    66.07 acres of open grazing country comprising of 4 separate lots that all have road frontage to the Old Port Curtis Rd.

  • Predominate Use: Breeding or Fattening
  • Improvements:

    A set of steel cattle yards and water tank/trough are installed on the property.

  • Country Type:

    Fertile black soil that runs from the road down to the Lagoon, with pastures consisting of Panic, Rhodes and native pastures. Sections of this property- holding water during wet periods and can be subject to flooding.

  • Water:

    Water is supplied from the adjoining lagoon and provides good water security.

  • Fencing:

    Boundary fencing is in good condition.

  • Agent: Gracemere
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis
66 Acres Port Curtis

Contact The Agent

Gavin Tickle
Gavin Tickle
  • Owner
  • Livestock

The details above are those supplied by the vendor although great care has been taken to compile accurate information, prospective purchasers should by inspection, or otherwise satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of the information.