Inverness is open Mitchell & Flinders Grass country running into Pebbly Gidyea ridges that carry a reasonable body of Mitchell grass buts.
Infrastructure includes
• a near new set of portable cattle yards,
• capped & piped artesian bore to tanks & troughs,
• functional shearing shed & sheep yards,
• freehold tenure
• a well-maintained garden &
• 4 bedroom homestead
After a very light 2020 wet season & the impact of grasshoppers, the country is only carrying a minimal body of grass but the grass is healthy & alive.

Listing Details:

  • Property ID: 577153
  • Listing Type: Sale
  • Status: Sold
  • Sale Type: Private Sale
  • Price Type: POA
  • Property Type: Rural
  • Property Name: Inverness
  • Property Location: Muttaburra
  • State: QLD
  • Location Details:

    Approximately 53km North of Muttaburra.

  • Size/Area:

    Appoximately 8,430.01ha or 20,831 acres

  • Tenure: 1 Freehold: Lot 4 TL28
  • Rates: Approx $4,870.18 half yearly
  • Rainfall: 16 inches per annum
  • Services:

    Rural power and telephone. Next G mobile phone service via an external aerial connection.

  • Improvements:

    4 bedroom homestead, new steel portable cattle yards to work 400hd erected in 2017, shearing shed, shearers quarters and sheep yards, workshop, vehicle shed & hanger.

  • Country Type:

    The majority of the country is black soil Mitchell and Flinders Grass Downs. Horse Creek runs through the property from North to South. On the Western side of Horse Creek the country runs up into some Pebbly Gidyea type country.
    There is some Prickly Acacia and Parkinsonia on the property.

  • Water:

    Inverness is watered by a capped and piped artesian bore, last measured at 79,000 gallons/day. The bore was reconditioned in 1995. This bore provides water to approx 15 watering points made up of new cement troughs, poly tanks and older cup and saucer style troughs.
    There is also another 2 watering points supplied from the neighbours bore at Pastoria. A poly line runs to a new poly tank which feeds 2 new cement troughs.
    There are 2 earth dams also on the property.

  • Fencing:

    Inverness is divided into 6 main paddocks and 2 holding paddocks closer to the homestead. The boundary is a combination of netting and barb, ringlock and barb and 6 wire. There is some new fencing but the majority was erected in the 70’s. The boundary is stock proof. Internal fencing is a mixture of stock proof and fencing in need of repair. There is a lane way that runs through the middle of the property that links the sheep yards to the cattle yards.

  • Agent: Longreach

Contact The Agent

Tom McLeish
Tom McLeish
  • Owner
  • Livestock
  • Property

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.