Burrawang West resort back up for sale

Burrawang West resort back up for sale
Burrawang West resort back up for sale

The newly established Murray Darling Food Company has purchased the landmark Lachlan River holding, Burrawang West Station in central NSW.

It has relisted the property's luxury resort building which is redundant to its needs.

Inglis Rural Property Sydney assisted in the recent sale with Sam Triggs advising Fairfax Media the new owners would now sell of a 65 hectare parcel which included the Burrawong Homestead and Resort.

"The $1.95 million price tag for the resort is hugely under replacement value," Mr Triggs said.

 "The Kajima Group spent over $8 million planning, building and landscaping the whole facility in 1991."

On offer is the substantial Burrawang Homestead and retreat, which comprise four self-contained bungalows, two staff bungalows along with an entertaining quarter that has been built as a representation and tribute of Australian pastoral history.
 
The retreat offers lodgings for 24 guests across 12 luxury guest rooms along with facilities including tennis courts, 20-metre in ground swimming pool, media room and bar and sauna and golf driving range.

The decision to sell the homestead and retreat fits in with the Murray Darling Food Company's focus on agricultural production.

The Burrawang West Dorper Stud is widely regarded through NSW for its high quality stud stock producing commercial and Stud Dorper and White Dorper sheep.

 

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