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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.

Palgrove expands into southern NSW with Gilgal buy

Palgrove has purchased Gilgal as its first property in southern New South Wales to supplement the capabilities of its Queensland and northern NSW holdings…Read More

Liz Wells, February 18, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Making hay on Charters Towers’ Lancewood Station | Victorian family diversifies with $3.5m Broken Hill purchase | Biloela’s Springvale sells prior to auction | Central Tablelands’ Koolabah & Pine Elder achieve $6m..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, February 12, 2020

Movement at the Station: Property listings surge after recent rain

NSW Government offloads iconic stations | Top Inverell block attracts early interest | Roma’s Mt Lonsdale selling after 70 years | Grass and rainfall feature at Woolooga’s Burnside | Opportunity knocks on Mitchell’s Bonus Downs..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, February 12, 2020

Property: Trend towards leasing in agricultural land

Leasing land is set to become increasingly common in the Australian agricultural sector, as farmers and graziers  seek to expand in an environment of limited purchasing opportunities, according to a new industry report…Read More

Beef Central, February 10, 2020

Weekly property review: Good fundamentals to drive demand in 2020

After a start to the year which was shaping up like an extension of the desperate conditions seen in 2019, the seasonal outlook is now looking much more promising in many eastern Australian grazing areas, and cattle markets have risen sharply over the past fortnight. The change of fortunes, and solid prospects for more rain over the next week, is already injecting a level of confidence back into the grazing property market, industry commentators say…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, February 5, 2020

Expanding neighbours pay $70m for NT’s Tanumbirini and Forrest Hill

The Langenhoven family has added to its rapidly expanding Northern Territory pastoral holdings with the $70 million purchase completed this week of UK-based Thames Pastoral Co’s extensive cattle stations Tanumbirini and Forrest Hill…Read More

Beef Central, February 3, 2020

NAPCo confirms purchase of Clark & Tait’s Mantuan Downs + VIDEO

In one of Queensland’s biggest property sales seen in the past 12 months, the North Australian Pastoral Co has confirmed its purchase of extensive Central Queensland grazing property Mantuan Downs near Springsure…Read More

Jon Condon, January 24, 2020

SA’s Wertaloona Station hits the market

One of South Australia’s largest pastoral land holdings, Wertaloona Station, has been offered for sale by owners, Simon Rowe and family from Princess Royal…Read More

Beef Central, January 20, 2020

ACC pays $20m for Augathella property, Gladys Downs

Australian Country Choice has paid a district record price to secure the quality large-scale Augathella district grazing aggregation, Gladys Downs…Read More

Jon Condon, January 16, 2020

Property: Final deals drawing close on prized Clark & Tait grazing assets

Beef Central understands that contracts were signed before Christmas on six of the seven grazing properties being offered under the Clark & Tait western Queensland grazing portfolio dispersal…Read More

Jon Condon, January 15, 2020

Two Qld properties sell for $36.5m, $22.5m to close-out 2019 property sales year

Two prominent Queensland grazing properties have sold separately for $36.5 million and $22.5 million this week, in the final instalment of northern cattle property sales for 2019…Read More

Jon Condon, December 20, 2019

Weekly property review: What lies ahead for grazing land sales in 2020?

In our final weekly property review for 2019, property industry identities share their thoughts on the year that has been, and what to expect over the coming 12 months…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, December 11, 2019

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