Pastoral homestead Noorama Station listed in Cunnamulla

Pastoral homestead Noorama Station listed in Cunnamulla
Pastoral homestead Noorama Station listed in Cunnamulla

An architecturally designed pastoral homestead owned by BRW rich-lister Michael Gordon in the Cunnamulla region of Queensland has been listed for sale.

The grazing property known as Noorama Station encompasses 105,000-hectares.

It is primarily used for sheep and wool production along with cattle breeding. 

Pastoral homestead Noorama Station listed in Cunnamulla

It is an aggregation of five properties which Gordon began accumulating in 2005.

Cunnamulla is a small town that lies in South West Queensland, just north of the NSW border and 750 kilometres west of Brisbane.

It comes with highlights such as a modern four bedroom manager’s residence, staff accommodation, office, school room, laundry, garage, recreational and covered entertaining area are

Four hectares of landscaped lawns, with an inground swimming pool and tennis court are also included.

Pastoral homestead Noorama Station listed in Cunnamulla

The homestead is prepared with farming architecture totalling 68 main paddocks and 16 holding paddocks are paired with shearing sheds, shearers quarters, sheep and cattle yards, machinery shed, aircraft landing strip and hangar, and an internal road system.

Three creek systems traverse the property with a number of permanent and semi-permanent water holes.

The property is for sale by expressions of interest through Elders Real Estate agents Richard Gemmell and Dick Allpass.

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Cunnamulla

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