Kurrajong Irrigation heads to auction

March 28: Kurrajong Irrigation heads to auction

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 Ray White Rural: Kurrajong Irrigation will be auctioned by in Toowoomba on March 28.

Ray White Rural: Kurrajong Irrigation will be auctioned by in Toowoomba on March 28.

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Kurrajong Irrigation will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Toowoomba on March 28.

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A HIGHLY productive 100 hectare (246 acre) irrigation farm in the the highly regarded Mount Irving district west of Toowoomba is on the market.

Kurrajong Irrigation has a 117 megalitre groundwater allocation able to be used for irrigation, intensive livestock and commercial applications. 

Mount Irving district is known for its exceptional quality soft friable clay soils. All of the property is cultivated.

Kurrajong Irrigation is particularly well suited to growing cotton, silage, lucerne and grain crops.

Kurrajong Irrigation is particularly well suited to growing cotton, silage, lucerne and grain crops.

The irrigation bore is equipped with Giles and Gaskin turbine pump driven by a John Deere 4045 diesel engine. There are four centre pivot circles each covering 17ha (41 acres). They are interconnected by 150mm PVC underground mains. 

In addition, there are two stock bores, one of which is used to supply water when spraying.

Kurrajong Irrigation is described as a highly productive farm that has the added advantage of a bitumen frontage to both the Toowoomba-Cecil Plains Road and the Mt Tyson-Jondaryan Road.

The irrigation bore is equipped with Giles and Gaskin turbine pump driven by a John Deere 4045 diesel engine.

The irrigation bore is equipped with Giles and Gaskin turbine pump driven by a John Deere 4045 diesel engine.

Located 35km west of Toowoomba and 15 minutes from the Wellcamp airport, the property is particularly well suited to growing silage, lucerne, cotton and grain crops.

Kurrajong Irrigation will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Toowoomba on March 28.

Contact Matt Cleary, 0428 987 340, Ray White Rural Pittsworth.

The story Kurrajong Irrigation heads to auction first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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