Rural Horticulture Property

Jacks/3275 Collinsville Road Bowen, QLD 4805

  • Land: 21 ha (52 acres)

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Rural Horticulture Property in Bowen

Two Houses, Warehouse and Coldroom 1,175 K. P. Mango Trees on 21ha

  • Land: 21 ha (52 acres)

Under instructions from Bill Buckby and Tony Miskiewicz in their capacities as the joint and several receivers and managers of certain property of Robert Kennedy Vennard (Receivers and Managers Appointed) and Claypan Pty Ltd ACN 010 221 404 (Receivers and Managers Appointed), Ray White Rural Townsville is pleased to present for sale Scardale 3113 Collinsville Road, Bowen, Queensland, Jacks, 3275 Collinsville Road, Bowen, Queensland and Beaumont 3113a Collinsville Road, Bowen (Beaumont Plantation) by Public Auction. An organically certified landholding located in close proximity to Bowen and within a highly regarded mango growing region of Australia, Beaumont Plantation comprises a total land area of approximately 149.5* hectares, of which 49* hectares has been developed to mango trees.

Historically, Beaumont Plantation has supplied both fresh and processed mango products to the domestic market. Benefitted by well-renowned and highly regarded varieties, Beaumont Plantation has historically produced 32,000* trays of mangoes annually. Furthermore, through utilisation of the large scale processing facility, Beaumont Plantation also produces approximately 80* tonnes of mango puree and 90* tonnes of frozen mango cheeks. Whilst currently not operational, the aforementioned processing facility provides significant scope for further expansion of the operation.

The property will be sold in three separate titles. Following are the particulars on Jacks 3275 Collinsville Road, Bowen. If you would like the Information Memorandum for the other two blocks please contact Craig or Kevin Currie.

Property Jacks, Bowen Qld 4805
Lots 49-50 on Crown Plan HR1056 Title reference 21345158 Area - 21ha* (52 ac*)
3275 Collinsville Road, Bowen 4805

The subject property is situated 32km* west of Bowen and 42km* east of Collinsville.

Local Economy
The town enjoys a diversified economy based on agriculture, fishing, tourism, and mining. Its unusually dry climate for a tropical location, plus its fertile alluvial soil, makes it the ideal place to grow a wide variety of small crops, including tomatoes, rockmelons, mangoes and capsicums. Outside the alluvial plain, much of the Bowen Shire is used for beef cattle. Just north of Bowen is the Abbot Point coal loading port. Coal mined inland of Bowen in Collinsville and other towns in the Bowen Basin is brought by rail to a deepwater pier to be loaded on bulk carriers. Coal is exported mainly to China and India.

Land Use
Jacks a 21ha* (51ac*) farm, was recently operated as an organic certified mango farm with 1,100* mature and 75* young Kensington Pride (KP) mango trees. In addition to the orchard there is also 6.7ha* of cultivated land which could be suitable for most type of horticulture including small crops, fruit and vegetables.

Jack's Quarters The residence is a lowset fibro residence comprising of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge/dining area, kitchen and laundry. The house also has a 2 car garage. There is also a shed located 150m* from the residence that is comprised of a 30* pallet coldroom and an older 2 bedroom staff cottage.

There is 1 large dam on the property and 5 bores that have been registered with the Department of Natural Resources and Mines.

Plant and Equipment
A plant and equipment sale will be held at the property after the sale. All interested parties will be notified of this date after the property sale is complete.

For further information or to arrange an inspection please contact Craig Currie on 0428 149 000.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Garden
  • Separate Dining

21 ha / 52 acres







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