Moore River farmland has cattle in the mix
Cowalla Farms, on Moore River, comprises 839 hectares over 21 titles in the Gingin Shire.
The farm, which is currently grazed by Black Angus cattle, would suit a variety of purposes, from horticulture and livestock to a tourism or lifestyle development.
Nine lots are on the south side of the river and 12 on the north, with the property having frontage along Sappers Road at Cowalla Bridge and Orange Springs Road.
Cowalla Bridge, which was built over Cowalla Pool in 1908, is a well-known landmark in the shire and is in use as a picnic area.
While power is not connected,
three-phase power is available along Orange Springs Road and to the north-east corner of the property boundary. Single-phase power passes through the land in various areas.