Jemalong Station Lachlan Valley Way, FORBES NSW 2871
- Land is 13,498 ha
LAWD is pleased to present for sale, the iconic Jemalong Station, a highly productive irrigated and dryland cropping and grazing opportunity comprising 13,498* hectares, located in the highly regarded Lachlan Valley region of New South Wales.
Key investment highlights include:
Currently utilised for the production of high value crops including cotton, winter cereals and oilseeds, fodder, beef cattle, wool and lamb production.
Extensive land improvements and irrigation development delivers consistent yields for cotton (12* bales/hectare*), wheat (6 tonnes/hectare*) and canola (2.5 tonnes/hectare*).
Highly developed to include centre pivot irrigation (311* hectares), linear move irrigation (805* hectares), flood/border check irrigation (524* hectares), dryland cropping and perennial pastures (9,995* hectares) and grazing (1,562 hectares*).
2,580* megalitres of Upper Lachlan Alluvial groundwater and 1,134* megalitres of Lachlan River General Security Water delivered via the Jemalong Irrigation Scheme.
Livestock production supported by an integrated stock water system, six-stand woolshed, livestock yards (four) and efficient laneway systems enhancing on-farm efficiencies.
Crop production is supported by machinery shedding, workshop, a new grain storage complex (5,500* tonnes) and additional grain and fertiliser storage.
High quality soil types include grey chocolate loams, red clay loams and sandy clay loams.
Includes the highly regarded Jemalong homestead set within established grounds, featuring Lachlan River frontage.
Substantial residential infrastructure provides both staff and seasonal worker accommodation.
Home to the Forbes Polo Club.
Close to commodity processing facilities including cotton gins at Carrathool, Hillston and Trangie, grain receival sites at Forbes, West Wyalong and Parkes, livestock markets at Forbes and Wagga Wagga, as well as export abattoirs at Cootamundra, Young and Wagga Wagga.
Strategically located in proximity to major regional centres including Orange (125* linear kilometres), Dubbo (150* linear kilometres) and Wagga Wagga (175* linear kilometres), as well as Sydney (320* linear kilometres) and Melbourne (530* linear kilometres).
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CLOSING AT 12PM (AEST) ON WEDNESDAY 5 APRIL 2023