Our current on and off market investment opportunities are below.

Bundaberg, Qld $POA 343 ha

A rare opportunity to acquire a highly productive and exceptionally well-developed investment in the tree nut industry with ESG opportunities, including carbon farming potential. Extensive recent capital improvements including a state of the art nut receival, cleaning, and sorting facility. Farm management practices applied to this aggregation are intensive adopting proven yield and soil health practices. The result of extensive investment in soil health is a reduction in net carbon emissions for the entire enterprise. Over 100,000 trees with a total planted area of 343 ha and bore water allocation.

Northern Tablelands, NSW 36000 ha

High rainfall area with red/chocolate soft basalt country with safe and reliable water and outstanding carrying capacity.

Wheatbelt region, WA 45,057 ha

Of scale dryland cropping and livestock opportunity. 2021 high yielding crops being wheat, barley, lupins, canola and oats. Quality operational infrastructure across the portfolio includes multiple workshops and storage sheds, fertiliser bunkers, grain storage, and multiple residences used for staff accommodation. Water supply is provided by a combination of scheme water reticulated to tanks and troughs, earth dams and rainwater tanks.

Goondiwindi, Qld 3047ha

Located on flood plains of the Weir & McIntyre Rivers this country is a mix of heavy black flood plain soils, lighter loam box soils and areas of sand ridge. Most are currently developed dry-land farming utilised for both grain & fodder cropping. The property has a good mix of heavy farming & grazing soils with elevated areas of lighter soils & sand ridge.

Central Highlands, Qld 12200ha

Large scale cropping opportunity, prime farmland that exhibits consistent excellent soil types. Cropping has been essentially a·wheat, barley and lupin rotation with pasture.
The grazing has been by way of a 2,500 Dorper ewe flock which the operators have been lambing on a twice yearly basis with outstanding results.

Western Riverina Region, NSW 19,896 ha

On the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in the renowned Riverina region of NSW, benefited by secure access to both surface and groundwater entitlements and substantial water storage.
Extensive Murrumbidgee River frontage and three approved extraction points with significant pumping capacity.
Productive soil types are suitable for a wide range of row crops or permanent plantings. Close to commodity processing facilities.

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