Col Medway brings more than 30 years’ experience to his role as LAWD Senior Director and has been directly involved in the sale of more than $1 billion of rural assets in the past five years.
Col Medway is a founding Senior Director of LAWD and one of Australia’s most highly regarded rural real estate agents with more than 30 years spent overseeing transactions across the sector.
With career foundations as a licensed auctioneer, Col has an industry-leading track record and, in the past five years alone, has been directly involved in more than $1 billion of rural asset sales.
For Col, agriculture is more than an industry he works in. He is deeply personally connected to farming having been raised on the family grazing property near Gunning in New South Wales he is today the fourth generation to own and operate. He is also founder of the South Eastern Livestock Exchange and Western Victorian Livestock Exchange.
Col has sold rural assets across Australia, from cattle stations in the Cape of Queensland to dairy farms in Tasmania, as well as feedlots, abattoirs, quarries, irrigated and dryland cropping properties, and a wide range of horticultural enterprises. It is this breadth of experience that makes Col such a valuable member of LAWD’s leadership team.
Col works closely with vendors during the sales process and brings a comprehensive understanding of the assets he sells, allowing him to best highlight and promote value benefits to the market.
- Bachelor Applied Science (Agriculture), Charles Sturt University
- Licenced Real Estate Agent and Stock and Station Agent – New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia, Northern • Territory, South Australia and Victoria
- Licenced Auctioneer
- Lawson Grains (New South Wales, Western Australia) – PND
- Sustainable Agricultural Fund (New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania) – $185 million
- Cowl Cowl and Wyadra (New South Wales) – $100 million
- Cobbora Holding Company (New South Wales) – $75 million
- Glencoe Aggregation (New South Wales) – $48.6 million
- Tubbo Station – $43 million