Blue-ribbon grazing property Knockdown Park has sold for $6.25 million to a family with grazing interests in the area.
Thirteen registered bidders pursued 882 hectare property that has been managed and maintained by the late Dr Terry Casey. The property was sold to finalise his pastoral assets.
Knockdon Park comprises mostly undulating blue granite grazing country and has access to shelter in the timbered ridgelines. Plentiful water supply is provided by double frontage to the Cataract River, Carrolls Creek and Spring Creek, as well as numerous dams.
A reticulated system sees water gravity fed to of 22 cement troughs as well as the homestead gardens.
Capacity is for 350 breeders. The property was offered with working plant and equipment.