Located mere moments south of Tamworth, “Gunyah” provides the perfect combination of position, production and potential.
Accessed via Whitehouse Lane and Onslow Thompson Road, this 24.9 hectare or 61.5 acre property is embedded in a quiet neighbourhood, only 6 km to Tamworth and the AELEC, or 12 km to the CBD.
“Gunyah” comprises Goonoo Goonoo Creek flats to gently sloping country, boasting fertile alluvial loams. Approximately 14 hectares have been developed for irrigation, with water sourced from two wells equipped with a three phase Grundfos variable speed drive pump, supplying 150mm PVC underground mains and 9 hydrants. Included with the property are a quantity of irrigation pipes and a travelling irrigator.
Attached to the property is a 70 megalitre alluvium irrigation licence, currently with 70 megalitres of carryover from unused allocation in the previous year.
Approximately 6 hectares is established with cutting Lucerne, and a further 7.3 hectares is currently being prepared for planting. Based on 7 cuts per season, production potential from the three irrigation fields equates to approximately 12,000 small bales.
The balance of the property comprises a 10 hectare paddock watered by trough, ideal for pasture improvement, forage cropping and/or strip grazing. There is over 700 metres of frontage to Goonoo Goonoo Creek.
An 18m x 9m steel hay shed has recently been built on the property, providing three bays with 5 metre clearance to store the bales produced on farm.
“Gunyah” is zoned to permit a dwelling entitlement (subject to development consent from Council), providing potential for the creation of a superb lifestyle holding that a block of this quality deserves.