THE Cunnamulla based Dunsdon family has bought the productive Bollon property Yamma Station, offered by Tim and Mary Perrottet through Colliers International.
The sale price was not disclosed. However, the property had been listed for sale at about $7.2 million.
Covering 19,400 hectares (47,938 acres) on a single title, Yamma had been managed by the Perrottets within a larger aggregation in the Dirranbandi/Bollon region.
The versatile, exclusion fenced property is well suited to beef breeding, and sheep and wool production as well as goats.
The country is predominantly deep red/yellow/grey loams, deep friable clays with areas of cracking clays and deep sandy soils.
Water is supplied from a capped artesian bore to 33 watering points by tanks and troughs. There are also 12 dams.
Featuring anexclusion fence, the property's other improvements include a five bedroom homestead, six stand shearing shed and yards, cattle yards, machinery shed, workshop, and a cottage.
Yamma is divided into six main paddocks plus smaller holding and cooler paddocks. The property has an inter-connected laneway system feeding from all paddocks into cooler yards and working facilities.
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