Jimbour Plains’ Belarka sold at auction | Video

Jimbour Plains' Belarka sold under the hammer

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SOLD: The highly regarded Jimbour Plains' property Belarka made $4.46 million at auction.

SOLD: The highly regarded Jimbour Plains' property Belarka made $4.46 million at auction.

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The highly regarded Jimbour Plains' property Belarka has sold at auction for $4.46 million.

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BRIAN and Karen McVeigh’s Jimbour Plains property Belarka has sold at auction for $4.46 million at a Ray White Rural in Toowoomba today (Thursday).

Located 30km north of Dalby, Belarka covers 411 hectares (1016 acres) of prime, level, black soil treeless plain country with deep, self-mulching waco soils. It is regarded as some of Australia’s best farming country. 

Ray White Rural's promotional video for Belarka.

The auction attracted a crowd of more than 50 people at Picnic Point in Toowoomba. Four of the seven parties that registered to bid were active during the auction.

Bidding opened at $3.6m. 22 bids and about 10 minutes later the property had sold for $4.46m. The buyer was a Macalister farming family.

The sale price is equal to about $10,852/ha ($4390/acre).

Belarka has deep, self-mulching waco soils.

Belarka has deep, self-mulching waco soils.

Improvements include a three bedroom residence, sheds, silo storage, tanks and a bore. 

The marketing of Belarka was handled by Andrew Kirtley and Roger Lyne from Ray White Rural Dalby.

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