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A Blue Chip Irrigation, Dry Land Farming & Grazing Opportunity.

A Blue Chip Irrigation, Dry Land Farming & Grazing Opportunity.

  • Flood Irrigation land - 860 ha + 108 ha centre pivot
  • (968 ha total)
  • Water entitlements 10,878 megs
  • Dry land Farming Land 570 ha
  • Interconnected on farm storage 5400 megs
  • Over Land Flow Licence 520 ha
  • Grazing, Support and River Country 1540 ha
  • 300 Head EU Accredited feedlot
  • - CC 200 Cows and Calves
  • Magnifi cent Brick Homestead Adjacent to 10 ha lagoon
  • Large Machinery Shed & Workshop with Bunker Storage
  • 3 Well maintained Farm dwellings & Support buildings


Situated 7km South West from the Western Darling Downs town Warra, straddling the Condamine River, Mike and Margot Black’s “Warra Warra” is a superbly developed blue chip irrigation, dry land farming and grazing opportunity.  “Warra Warra” consists of 3073 ha (7600 acres) comprising of 11 freehold titles complemented with significant water entitlements of 10,878 megs drawn from the Condamine River and Cooranga Creek.  In addition to these entitlements there are further overland flow licenses of 520 ha.  Combined and interconnected on farm storages totalling 5,400 megs this irrigates 860ha of furrow irrigation and 108 ha of centre pivots.  “Warra Warra” has consistently grown high yields of cotton, sorghum, corn, wheat, barley, chickpeas and mungbeans.

“Warra Warra” comfortably runs 200 breeders with progeny on grazing areas of improved river country consisting of bambatsi, green panic and buffel grasses and running onto areas of ridge country.  All grazing areas are well watered and fenced.

In addition to the cattle grazing country, “Warra Warra” operates an EU accredited 300 head feedlot with commodity bunkers, hay sheds, machinery shed, office and 100 t silo storage. 

“Warra Warra” has a magnificent architecturally designed brick homestead complex surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and lawns overlooking the picturesque Warra Warra Lagoon.  There are also three well maintained farmhouses and support buildings. The main machinery shed is 1,400 sq metres, fully enclosed and has a concrete floor.  It is supported by several other sheds on the property. Grain storage consists of 1120 t in aerated silos.

Currently boasting a full moisture profile, approx. 3,500 megs in storages (as of May 2021) and a full body of cattle feed, “Warra Warra” represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire an excellent blend of country in a prime location close to all facilities.


"Warra Warra"Water Entitlements 
Allocation Number Nominal Volume (megs) Volumetric Limit (megs)
159 (Bridge) 1065 3700
158 (Two Mile) 585 1590
157 (Two Mile) 395 980
160 (Willoyd) 445 1620
468 (West End) 650 1260
467 (Beltana) 440 1350
296 (Kalora) 96 96
297 (Kalora) 42 42
300 (Willoyd) 240 240
Total 3958 10878
Licence Number Ha
47782R 400
47784R 120
Total 520
Intensive Stock Bore Licence Nominal Volume (Megs
16137R 5
Total  5

About Winten & Co

About Winten & CoThe Winten name is synonymous in Queensland history, with our ancestor James Winten having arrived on the shores in Sydney NSW on the 22nd of November 1817 as a convict.

The family's rural and racing interests are well documented in Queensland. They originally settled in and around the Mitchell districts buying and developing a number of renowned large cattle and sheep properties.

My immediate family lived on the Darling Downs and ran a mixed farming enterprise until retirement. I completed an apprenticeship in diesel and heavy earth equipment, then ventured into the property industry at the age of 25.

I am a licenced real estate agent and auctioneer, have been involved in all facets of the industry working for private and public companies mostly on the eastern seaboard.


 

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Our Address

Winten & Co

123 Margaret Street,
Toowoomba, Qld, 4350

Tel: (07) 4638 3133
Mob: 0418 766442

winten@twmba.com.au