St George’s Bounty Farms on the market

Progessive St George grape, citrus farm on market

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JUNE 21: Progressive St George grape and citrus growing business Bounty Farms is on the market.

JUNE 21: Progressive St George grape and citrus growing business Bounty Farms is on the market.

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Progressive St George grape and citrus growing business Bounty Farms is on the market.

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BOUNTY Farms, a progressive grape and citrus growing business at St George, is on the market. 

The diverse landholding comprises of 230 hectares (568 acres) across two unique properties close to St George township.

Some 27ha has been planted to table grapes, 16ha to citrus and more than 75ha is suitable for further development.

Marketing agent Chris Holgar, CBRE Agribusiness, said an expansion of horticultural pursuits could include edible nuts, avocadoes or berries.

The farm has a 300ML storage dam supplemented by 1316ML of water entitlements from Balonne River and the Sunwater irrigation channel.

“The high-quality automated irrigation systems ensuring ease of operation,” Mr Holgar said.

Outstanding structural improvements include a packing shed, site office, cool storage facility and on-site staff accommodation.

Plant and equipment available by negotiation.

Expressions of interest close on June 21. Bounty Farms is being offered as a whole or as separate assets.

Contact Chris Holgar, 0411 177 167, or Thomas Warriner, 0419 108 638, CBRE Agribusiness.

The story St George’s Bounty Farms on the market first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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