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Gayton

1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra

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  • 115.21 Hectares
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra
  • 1022 Rivers Road, Canowindra

LAWD is pleased to present for sale Gayton (The Property). A renowned prime lucerne property, featuring the unique self-watering flats of the Belubula river, underpinned by 620* millimetres annual rainfall, 405* megalitres water entitlements and quality arable soils, located in the prized Canowindra region.

Spanning 115.21* hectares, the Property has a proven production history of prime lucerne production, dryland cropping, vegetables and prime lamb production.

Located in a renowned lucerne hay production district, 12* kilometres south-west of Canowindra, 36* kilometres north-west of Cowra, and 65* kilometres south-east of the major regional centre of Orange. Gayton is also strategically located to the capital cities of Sydney and Canberra, markets for horse owners and produce store clientele. Rivers Road Canowindra is one of the blue-ribbon address locations for specialist Agricultural production in NSW.

The unique nature of the self-watering flats of the Belubula river, consistently allows six* cuts of prime lucerne hay per season, without the intervention of irrigation. The Property has 31* hectares of self-watering flats. A further 24.5* hectares is irrigated by sub-surface drip tape (SSD). SSD is recognised for its water use efficiency and consistency in the quality of lucerne hay produced. Traditional spray-gun irrigation is carried out on 40* hectares. A design has been completed to convert some of this area to SSD.

Gayton is benefitted by the following water entitlements:
50* megalitres Belubula regulated river General Security licence
355* megalitres upper Lachlan alluvial groundwater, Zone 2

The main irrigation bore set at 76* metres depth, yields 31.5* litres/second from a 37* kilowatt submersible pump on a variable-speed drive. The second bore set at 18* metres depth, yields 16.4* litres/second.

Productivity levels are underpinned by reliable rainfall with the Bureau of Meteorology records at Cowra indicate a long-term average annual rainfall of 620* millimetres.

Structural improvements are all in good condition. Grain storage includes, two 60* tonne elevated cone bottom silos, one 50* tonne elevated cone bottom silo and two 40* tonne elevated cone bottom silos. Other improvements include, workshop and a 475* square metre hay shed, with 18,000* small square bale capacity. The four-bedroom residence has been recently renovated and is set in an established garden, with sweeping views across the Property.

Gayton is sub-divided into 13 main production areas.

Stock and domestic water is well secured by bore.

The sale of Gayton due to the vendors’ retiring, presents an opportunity to own some of agriculture’s rare commodity, Belubula River self-watering flats.

Gayton is being offered for sale by Expression of Interest closing 2 December 2021, at 11.00am (AEDT)

For further information on this exciting opportunity, please contact the below personnel:

Ian Robertson
+61 429 939 949
[email protected]

Tim Corcoran
+61 407 893 935
[email protected]

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