Land parcel close to beef capital Rockhampton under the hammer

Land parcel close to beef capital Rockhampton under the hammer
Land parcel close to beef capital Rockhampton under the hammer

A large land parcel in Queensland’s Rockhampton region’s agricultural sector is up for sale through auction, the second time in 70 years it will trade hands.

Clifton — a land parcel sprawling 16,000 hectares (plus 4,122 hectare Forestry Lease) with a combined cattle carrying capacity of approximately 4,000 Adult Equivalents, has been listed by CBRE Agribusiness’ Geoff Warriner, Chris Holgar and Thomas Warriner. The auction is on April 21.

Located close to Rockhampton – Australia’s beef capital – the holding comprises a mix of land and soil types suited to diverse uses. It is subdivided into nearly 20 paddocks.

“This premium property represents an outstanding opportunity for new entrants into the beef industry through to existing industry participants, representing size, scale, diversification and affordability close to Rockhampton,” said Geoff Warriner.

The property’s proximity to Rockhampton is expected to draw strong investor interest. 

“The opportunity to acquire a property with scale and scope for expansion in one of the most keenly contested sectors of the agribusiness market will no doubt attract a wide range of interest from both domestic and foreign investors,” Warriner said. 

“Furthermore, Clifton’s location, quality and soil types lend favourably to further development in order to capitalise on its proximity to end markets.” 

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