Towal Creek Station in the Macleay Valley sold

Towal Creek Station in the Macleay Valley sold
Towal Creek Station in the Macleay Valley sold

The Angus Wagyu cattle farm, Towal Creek Station Currently in the Macleay Valley in Northern NSW, sold for $4.9 million at auction last week.

The 2,305 ha Comara farm is currently running a cattle herd of 700 female breeders.

The comes with renovated homestead and 6km frontage to the Macleay River.

There is a guest cottage and managers home.

It has a fully formed 900m airstrip at the Kempsey location.

It sold through Webster Nolan agent David Nolan.

Comara's top sale was $5 million in 2014 when the Huang family secured their North Coast grazing property from the Fernandes.

Comprising 5567 hectares (13,757ac), Comara Station overlooks Five Day Creek.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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