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Orange Springs, Lot M1254 Hunter Road

Under offer / Sold

From $3,250,000

Listing Number: LEP29446
About this listing
"Kiri Park" Broad Acreage on The Moore River
Could suit many Corporate Rural / Commercial Business Ventures. Major opportunity awaits the astute investor.

Size: 536.36 Hectares / 1325.4 Acres (on 1 title)
Address: Lot M1254 Hurter Rd, Orange Springs (Gingin Shire)

130 kms or 1.5 hrs north of Perth CBD.
47 kms or 30 minutes North of Gingin. 40 Kms inland from Lancelin Coastline.
Main entrance- 1.8 km off Brand Hwy, via Harris St (behind Regans Ford Roadhouse).
Rear entrance- 700m off Brand Hwy, via Hunter Rd.

Moore River:
Stunning River frontage, deep and wide, must see to appreciate the tranquillity and how rare it is to find such an opportunity like this in W.A so close to Perth. Flowing all year round this section of River could be ideal for caravan park, eco-tourism and accommodation. The elevation alongside the banks to the north lends itself to architect design eco-friendly homes/ accommodation overlooking the oasis Moore River offers.

Water Licence:
Originally 1,769,000 KL was allocated to investors (MIS) for a 360ha Paulownia tree plantation. Licence number: GWL 101354:
This licence was not renewed. After doing some research with Hydrologist and Department of Water and Environmental Regulations (DWER). We found out that allocations are available in this sub area subject to approval and application processes.
Sub area: North moore river park. Aquifer: Perth-superficial swan

Production Bores:
Total of 9 original bores located on the property;
7- Main bores originally run from 3 phase generator systems
1- Domestic bore at house, connect to single phase power
1- Monitoring bore

Originally in good working order, servicing 350 Ha of professionally developed irrigation for a Paulownia Tree plantation.
Main water storage dam with capacity of 27,000,000 litres. (In need or new liner, or repairs)

Sitting on the elevated land overlooking river flats towards the Moore River on the south boundary is the, 6x2 brick and tile homestead. In need of renovation to bring back to former glory (ideally). Beautiful features throughout, high ceilings, fireplaces, sep lounge and jarrah floorboards.

Main Machinery shed (located at north west end)
Nursery Shed (located around middle of farm)
Open front workshop (near house)
Open front tractor shed (near house)
Lock up chemical shed (behind tractor shed)
Workers dongar (2 bedroom)

Single phase power is connected.
3 phase generators run the main production bores that were in use to supply the original irrigation system and holding dam.

Uncleared natural bush: 115ha approx.
Useable area for horticulture: 360ha approx.
River flats: 40ha approx.
Grazable area: 400ha approx.

Zoning: General rural Gingin shire
Annual shire rates: $6340 approx.

What are Paulownia trees?
Australian Paulownia is descended from native Asia and is now an Australian plantation timber, grown in four states. Paulownia is light in weight and pale blonde in colour with it's own character grain but approximately the same strength as Cedar. It has a magic feel like a firm balsa wood. It is very light and can be painted or stained to resemble any timber. It is easily limed and when painted does not experience oily seepage.
Because paulownia resembles Western Red Cedar in weight and strength it is increasingly being used in the marine industry.
Recent tests have proven that our Australian Grown paulownia extremely stable and termite resistant.
The timber is gathering rave reviews worldwide. Most importantly, rainforests are not being ravaged to harvest Australian grown paulownia.
Property Information
  • Property Type: Grazing, Horticulture, Rural Land, Lifestyle / Rural, Irrigation

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Landmark Harcourts WA

32 Farrall Rd
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