Dray­cot scrub graz­ing

Central and North Burnett Times - - REAL ESTATE -

THIS 161.91ha (400.079 acres) is on three por­tions with two Degilbo Creek frontages and it is mostly open un­du­lat­ing coun­try with a steeper hill at the rear of the prop­erty with red and brown scrub soils. Grasses are Green Panic, Pan­gola, Rhodes Grass, Blue­grass, Buf­fel some Na­tive grasses with Wynn Cas­sia and Seca Stylo legumes. Wa­tered by seven dams, two per­ma­nent creeks with an ex­ten­sive retic­u­lated wa­ter sys­tem, three 5000 gal­lon poly lines tanks and eight wa­ter troughs. Fenced into nine pad­docks which are in ex­cel­lent con­di­tion.

There is a three bed­room low set weather board home with ve­ran­dahs on three sides with large at­tached car­port, nu­mer­ous rain­wa­ter tanks plus an older shed which was the Dairy. ‘Dray­cot’ was pre­vi­ously used as a vine­yard along with graz­ing, about 18 acres still has the posts with wires and ir­ri­ga­tion in place.

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