10 Warrangunia Road, Mudgee, NSW 2850


10km west of Ilford on the Warrangunia Road, 54km south of Mudgee, 78km north of Lithgow, two and a half hours north-west of Sydney.

2,944 acres

Average 800ml, or 32 inches, per annum

240 volt power, STF phone, mail 5 times per week.
School bus to Ilford Public School and Kandos High School
Private schools and Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, 83km south-west
Weekly fat cattle and sheep sales in Mudgee

There are approximately 300 acres of black alluvial flats running along the Warrangunyah Creek. This then rises to undulating red grazing country, and then on to higher hills to the western end of the property. The property has virtually all been cleared, leaving ample shade and shelter timber. Timber is principally Yellow and White Box, Red Gum and Stringybark.

There has been Lucerne sown over most of the flats. Most of the remainder has been sown to Phalaris and clovers over a number of years, although there are some areas of native grasses.

Warrangunyah has a 4.5km double frontage to the Warrangunia Creek. In addition, there are some 38 dams, many of which are spring fed.

There is an 88 mega litre irrigation license. Irrigation is supplied via a 56 metre deep bore pumping from a depth of 46 metres. Water is delivered via an 'Everflow' pump driven by a Deutz 4 cylinder diesel motor. Approximately 80 acres are laid out to 6 inch PVC mains and hydrants, with the scope to water a lot more of the creek flats.

The historic Warrangunyah homestead, circa 1910, was constructed of bricks made on the property and local timber. The roof has recently been replaced, it has timber floors and has National Trust Classification.

It features seven bedrooms, the main with ensuite, three living areas, an office, three bathrooms, a cellar and a meat room. There is 60,000 gallons of rainwater storage from both the woolshed and the homestead, and garden water is provided by the irrigation pump.

There is a three bedroom fibro cottage with 6,000 gallons of rainwater storage

Working Improvements
There is a modern 5 stand electric timber and iron woolshed with raised board and shedding for 600 woolly sheep.
There are two sets of sheep yards, and timber cattle yards with undercover crush, scales, loading ramp and calf marking race and cradle.
There is a steel framed 18m x 22m 3 bay machinery shed with power, which has a 22m x 6.5 meter skillion.
There is also a timber and iron concrete floor lockable workshop with lockable fuel and chemical rooms and carport.
There are 2 x 1500 bushel cone bottom silos.

Productive capacity
As Warrangunyah has previously been run in conjunction with other properties, it is difficult to give meaningful historical stocking numbers. However, it is estimated Warrangunyah could run approximately 400 breeding cows plus followers, in addition to 2,000 sheep.

Warrangunyah is a substantial and productive grazing property located only two and a half hours from the centre of Sydney.

It features 4.5km double frontage to the Warrangunia Creek with 300 acres of alluvial flats, an 88 meg irrigation license with 80 acres laid out to irrigation, and the remainder cleared, productive rolling grazing country.

Improvements include the spectacular 7 bedroom homestead circa 1910, and a modern 5 stand woolshed.

Properties of this scale and productivity so well located are a rare find, your inspection is thoroughly recommended.

Property Code: 562



Average Age
57% Owner
32% Vacancy Rate
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