Moore River farm­land has cat­tle in the mix

Countryman - - PROPERTY -

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.

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