Historic sheep stations Monwonga, Gloming & Wool Wash comes onto the market

Historic sheep stations Monwonga, Gloming & Wool Wash comes onto the market
Historic sheep stations Monwonga, Gloming & Wool Wash comes onto the market

A vast rural aggregated property, known as Monwonga, Gloming & Wool Wash, has come onto the market.

Once a part of the historic Big Burrawang Station that was established in 1819, the holding is located on the banks of the Lachlan River, 45 kilometres west of Forbes.

The property is comprised of 2,346 hectares.

It features a five-bedroom weatherboard, seven stand raised board wool shed, two sets of steel sheep yards, 550 tons of silo storage, and shearers quarters with accommodation. 

Wool has been produced at the site for the last 200 years.

There is approximately 13 kilometres of river frontage on the total aggregation.

The property was last sold in 2007, when it was secured for $1,028,000.

Kim Watts, from Ray White Parkes, listed the sale.

It can be purchased as a whole or separately with expressions of interest closing November 5.

Owners Tim and Jenny Webb have listed the property at 125 North Condobolin Road, Forbes to enable the expansion of their merino breeding enterprise which has moved in another direction.

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Rural Property Forbes

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