'Kooltana' 214 Yallunda Flat-Uranno Road, YALLUNDA FLAT
Land Area 581.5 hectares
Mixed Farming Land, Secure Water Supply
Kooltana has a total land area of 581.5 Ha (1,436.8 acres) with approx. 323.7 Ha (800.0 acres) well cleared and arable for cropping, 161.8 Ha (400.0 acres) prime grazing and 96.0 Ha (237.2 acres) hills/dams/scrub. The property is undulating to slightly hilly with large blue gums and sugar gums with a grazing regions ideal for mixed farming. The soils are heavy red/brown loam's with some buckshot hill tops and granite. There are some lighter sandy soils with areas of native gums and mallee for livestock shelter across most paddocks. A feature of Kooltana is the large dam on the eastern end of the property with infrastructure via a main pipeline to distribute water to other areas of the farm to the west. Most of the paddocks have their own well maintained dams in good service having all been cleaned in 2008. Fenced with cyclone and wooden/cement posts into 23 main paddocks; all with access to water via the dams systems in place. Kooltana has a large percentage of double swinging weld-mesh gates throughout the property and a road way/grazing flat that runs east west centrally through the property from the large dam. This is ideal for all year round grazing and easy livestock movement throughout the property.
Improvements include solid 3 bedroom double brick home with office and a separate bedroom/ensuite well renovated that is next to the homestead. The house features recently renovated kitchen with modern appliances, renovated bathroom and extensive painting, floor-coverings and a 5KvA 20 panel solar system. A large double colour bond enclosed garage and a well established outdoor BBQ area, a beautifully maintained garden, enclosed orchid and surrounding landscaping compliments the house yard.
Farm infrastructure includes a fully enclosed large implement shed (40' x 90' x 18') with sliding doors, Large workshop/super/machinery shed (40' x 100' x 12'), 2 stand shearing shed with extensive steel sheep yards, Large steel cattle yards, variety of seed/fertilizer silos (some new new) and various other older farm shedding. Extensive rainwater catchment and storage is on the house and most of the shedding with rainwater plumbed throughout the house.
The region enjoys a reliable 475-500mm annual rainfall with 80% falling during the April-October period. This is a magnificent investment for a mixed enterprise serious about livestock production with secure water supply. The area is well serviced by the country towns of Cummins (25km west) and Tumby Bay (20km east) with multiple rural supply businesses and good medical and educational facilities available. The regional city of Port Lincoln is approx. 60km south with a wide variety of shopping, further education and medical specialist options.
Inspection with Elders by appointment only.
|Land Use:||Grazing, Cropping, Mixed Farming|
|Cropping:||Cereals, Oilseeds, Legume|
|Annual Rainfall:||500 millimetres|
|Other Improvements:||Workshop, Sheep Yards, Cattle Yards, Shearing shed|
|Number of Paddocks:||23|
|Water Supplies:||Tanks, Dams|
|Comments:||Excellent water storage|
|Distance from Centre:||60.00 kilometres|
|Agriculture:||Grain silo, Railyards|
|Schools:||Primary, Primary bus, Secondary, Secondary bus|
|Shire/District Council:||District Council of Tumby Bay|
|Description:||Solid 3 bedroom double brick home with office and large double colour bond enclosed garage|
|Construction:||Double Brick/Brick Veneer|
|Livestock carried:||sheep, cattle|
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