Media Release 07 November 2023

Meadow Stone Park offers lifestyle acreage, mixed-farming opportunity

MEADOW Stone Park located in the tightly held Lake Bathurst region within the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, has been brought to market by LAWD with vendors seeking offers over $2,900,000.

Comprising 141 hectares of arable land, with currently 47 hectares sown to oats and rye, Meadow Stone Park offers a productive balance of land classes, secure water resources and quality working improvements, including a renovated three-bedroom cottage.

LAWD Director, Trish Brewer, said Meadow Stone Park is expected to draw interest from farming families in the region seeking expansion.

“Located in the Southern Tablelands, a region known for its strong and consistent agricultural production, the property offers flexibility of enterprise, and is equally suitable to any combination of beef, lamb, equine or fodder production, making it an ideal investment for small-scale farming enterprises or people transitioning from a lifestyle property to their first small farming operation,” Ms Brewer said.

“The property is just 25 minutes from Goulburn, a busy regional centre offering quality education, health services and agricultural services, and is approximately one hour from the South Eastern Livestock Exchange (SELX) at Yass, which has an enviable reputation for offering some of the best prime livestock in south-east Australia.”

The property’s country cottage has been renovated and extended while operational infrastructure and structural improvements have enhanced on-farm efficiencies to include hay shed, machinery shed with skillion awning, steel cattle yard, three separate horse stables, and a 20-tonne elevated pellet silo.

LAWD Director, Tim Corcoran, added the property has a proven history of supporting a mixed-farming enterprise.

“Meadow Stone Park has a track record of fodder crop production in combination with cattle breeding and finishing and has a carrying capacity of 60 cows and calves in a spring calving weaner production system,” Mr Corcoran said.

Water is drawn from a number of sources, including nine dams and seven troughs supplied by a reticulated water system, further supported by a solar-powered Lorentz S1-200 pump on the main dam which pumps water to a 25,000-litre header tank that gravity feeds to the troughs. Additionally, a 75,000-litre tank on the property provides water to the cottage.

For more information contact LAWD Director, Trish Brewer, on +61 409 524 901, or Director, Tim Corcoran, on +61 407 893 935.

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