Yanko Creek frontage just one highlight at "Arrawidgee"

Ideally located in the Central Riverina District, “Arrawidge” is a magnificent holding either as a stand-alone property or an addition to your existing holding.

Arrawidgee, which means “Ghost Gums,” has been held by the Whitehead family since 1935 and now presents itself to the public for sale by auction on March 28.

The property has a wonderful balance of country with a highlight of Yanko Creek country and approximately 17 inches of rainfall annually.

There is approximately 10 kilometres of creek frontage with its fertile alluvial type soils through to sandy loam undulating rises and red/grey open plain farming country.

Majestic stands of River Red Gums offer excellent shelter for livestock and native birds and animals on the property as well as Grey Box, Pine and Oak trees.

There are currently 800 joined Merino ewes running on the property and cattle have also been run depending on feed availability.

Working improvements are certainly adequate and well constructed with rural power connected to the woolshed, workshop and old cottage.

The woolshed is three stands (not equipped) and the cattle yards are steel/ timber construction.

A five bay workshop and hay shed are also on the property.

Access to Arrawidgee is excellent with frontage to the Newell Highway and the property being approximately 50 kilometres North of Jerilderie and 60 kilometres South of Narrandera.

Auction details: To be held at the Narrandera ex Servicemen's Club on Wednesday March 28 at 11.30am.


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