Coastal Breeding Property - St Lawrence Qld
Branxholme is a coastal grazing property being offered with cattle. The Property has Bruce Highway frontage and is 186km* north of Rockhampton and 166km* south of Mackay. The Property is severed by the East Coast Railway line and comprises a principal mix of coastal forest flats broken by freshwater creeks and semi-permanent swamps. These areas carry mainly native couch grass pastures with minor support from marine salt couch. Balance areas merge into pulled forest flats and lighter remnant forest hills and ridges.
Total area comprises 4,000.13* hectares (9,884.54* acres) excluding 2.428ha* of road.
Freehold tenure - 12 lots across 11 titles.
42* ha - Former irrigation area.
864* ha - Developed pulled/rungout forest flats. Pastures comprise native couch grasses with some support from stylos.
1,340* ha - Remnant Forest. Native pastures only with minor stylo intrusions.
1,378* ha - Broken Coastal Forest Flats and Marine Plain. Native couch grasses with some marine salt couch pastures on the tidal fringes.
376* ha Tidal salt pans.
1,018.4mm Mean average rainfall (BOM records: St Lawrence Post Office for the period 1870 2014).
Carrying capacity estimated at 860 Adult Equivalents, current herd is estimated to be 450 breeders/heavy cattle and 250 calves/weaners
Stock water from 7 dams, 2 equipped bores and 1 unequipped bore.
Homestead, workshop, shed & main yards.
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