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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.

Future Farmers proposition to open farm ownership pathways for younger stakeholders

National Australia Bank has launched its Future Farmers package, designed to help the next generation of farmers purchase or lease their first farm by providing tailored lending solutions…Read More

Beef Central, 27/01/2022

Weekly property review: What’s in store for the 2022 rural property market?

IN our first weekly property review for the year, industry experts look at what’s in store for 2022. The background trading environment is little changed from last year’s record settings, with commodity prices remaining at, or close to last year’s record highs, and seasonal conditions in many areas underpinning confidence on both the buy and sell side. Here’s what the experts think lies ahead …..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 25/01/2022

Prominent lotfeeders sell southern feedyard and property for at least $16m

Well-known lotfeeders Tess and Andrew Herbert have sold their southern Riverina-based Ladysmith feedlot for at least $16 million…Read More

Eric Barker, 19/01/2022

Prime NSW land earmarked for mining returns to local families

A massive north-western New South Wales portfolio of land once earmarked for a coal mine has been carved up between 12 local farming families and a corporate institution in a deal worth around $120 million…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 10/01/2022

Weekly property review: Reflections on a vintage year for rural property

The extraordinary 2021 rural property transaction space once again saw an increasing number of Australian farming families looking to expand, with a scarcity of properties putting upward pressure on already booming land values. In today’s final weekly property review for the year, we asked a range of industry stakeholders to reflect on the year that was……Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 16/12/2021

Weekly property review: 2021’s defining property sales

As the 2021 rural property sector heads towards year’s end, this week’s property review showcases a state-by-state snapshot of the defining property sales across Australia, as reported over the past 12 months…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 08/12/2021

Twiggy Forrest’s Harvest Road agrees to buy New Norcia Farm

WA’s iconic New Norcia Farms is set to become part of Twiggy and Nicola Forrest’s Harvest Road beef operation if the sale by the Benedictine Community receives approval from the Holy See…Read More

Beef Central, 07/12/2021

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Tumut’s Kimball makes a record $33,600/ha | Benchmark sale for high-rainfall New England country | NSW’s Sylvania makes $13m | Locals pay high $20m for Walgett’s Marshmead | Renowned VIC Wagyu operation changes hands | Capella’s Mitchell Park doubles its money | New entrants secure CQ country for $8.9m | Droughtmaster family expands in QLD’s southwest | Canberra businessman adds to holdings | Excel Farms secures SA grazing block for $7m | $10m+ for diversity on SA’s Winavon | WA’s Hutt River Province sells to local producers | WA’s Balladonia sells after three years
Interstate sale for NSW’s Waldon..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 01/12/2021

Movement at the station: Recent property listings  

Rain delays sale of NSW’s Strathdarr | Three blocks in Cobar attract strong inquiry | Big body of feed in SA’s south east..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 01/12/2021

China’s Rifa sells last Australian grazing asset, Cooplacurrilpa, for $35m bare

China’s Rifa Salutary has offloaded the last of its Australian grazing assets – the renowned large-scale cattle breeding property Cooplacurripa Station to Phillip and Vanessa Bell from Goulburn for $35m…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 30/11/2021

Separate QLD property aggregations make $110m

Serious confidence in the cattle sector has been demonstrated yet again today, with close to $110 million paid for two separate Central and North Queensland grazing aggregations. One involved a North American buyer; the other a North American vendor…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 29/11/2021

Stanbroke’s Miranda Downs sets national property record at $215m

It was confirmed this week that Stanbroke’s showcase Gulf of Carpentaria grazing property Miranda Downs changed hands for $215 million, setting an Australian record for a single grazing property transaction. The price was considerably higher than the figure of ‘well in excess of $160m’ quoted when contracts were written back in June…Read More

Jon Condon, 26/11/2021

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