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These searchable lists are a valuable nationwide reference-point for grazing land property sales results and recent property listings. The information is designed to help investors, buyers, vendors and those simply interested in watching the grazing property market keep up with developments.

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Katherine’s King River Station makes $8.75m | Neighbour expands in NSW’s far northwest | NSW Government offloads Nulla Nulla and Noola Stations | … and purchases Narriearra for conservation | South west Queensland’s Nungil makes $3.3m | Willatons sell one of their Maranoa properties..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 1, 2020

Movement at the Station: Recent property listings

$40m anticipated for two highly regarded Boulia properties | Auction date change for Prospect Park, as COVID limits lift | High performing beef producer in Central Queensland | Mount Haldon Station asks for $7m | Grazing, carbon and tourism in QLD’s far south west | Maranoa’s Tomoo Station listed for $10m | Southern QLD’s Whyenbirra on the market..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 1, 2020

Gibsons to offload quality St George grazing/farming aggregation

After 16 months of ownership, Western Queensland grazing personality Mick Gibson and family have decided to offload their large-scale Brookdale aggregation mixed grazing and cropping enterprise near St George in the state’s southwest…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 1, 2020

Property: Mixed results for southern Qld online auctions + VIDEO

One property sold under the hammer for a competitive price, while another being offered by the same owners was passed in on a vendor’s bid in southern Queensland grazing property online auctions held on Wednesday…Read More

Beef Central, June 26, 2020

Weekly property review: Are record-high cattle prices making unstocked holdings harder to sell?

Are current record high cattle prices a real hindrance in selling unstocked or significantly understocked grazing properties? ..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 24, 2020

Foreign ownership of agricultural land: Growing, shrinking or about the same?

While there was a small increase in the area of cropping land held wholly or partially by foreign interests last year, livestock land area held by offshore interests declined, when compared with the previous financial year period…Read More

Jon Condon, June 24, 2020

Beef land versus gold: Which is the better investment?

Ahead of the launch of the Australian Beef Report 2020 Vision next Wednesday, Ian McLean from Bush Agribusiness uncovers what historical data reveals about whether agricultural land or gold has been the better investment over the past 40 years, and dicusses how to how approriately value rural land…Read More

Ian McLean, Bush Agribusiness, June 19, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Allan Myers pays $14m for Victoria’s Devon Park | South Australians purchase Queensland’s Forest Grove | Charleville’s Nungil makes $227/ha..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 17, 2020

Movement at the Station: Properties for sale

Ah Toy family offloads its Pine Creek pastoral properties | Large NT freehold grazing block | Central Queensland tenanted feedlot for sale | Substantial goat operation in NSW’s far north west..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 17, 2020

VIP buyers expect to pay more than $19.5m for Giro Station + VIDEO

A showcase NSW grazing property near Gloucester once owned by Hollywood actress Anne Baxter and her American husband is expected to make around $19.5m under an upcoming EOI campaign..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 17, 2020

Wagyu breeders secure quality Condamine backgrounding country for $8m

A quality Darling Downs backgrounding property sold under the hammer at auction yesterday, following a recent pattern of sales to Wagyu breeders seeking to expand their operations in the region…Read More

Jon Condon, June 12, 2020

Weekly property review: Is the online auction platform the new norm?

COVID-driven people movement restrictions on property auctions are slowly easing across the country. This week’s property review looks at the pros and cons of the digital auction platform adopted by agents during the six-week ban on travel and direct inspection since March. Is online property selling here to stay, or will traditional physical auctions return to dominance?..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 10, 2020

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