Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Brown family sells north west NSW station to neighbour

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Nearly a century of ownership within the Brown family has ended after it divested Nardoo Station in north western New South Wales for $3.675 million.

Todd Grace and partners from the adjoining property bought the 38,868 hectare property, rated at 7000 DSE, through David Russell from Landmark Russell.

Over the past 25 years it has been run as a cattle operation, handling 650 breeding cows.

It comprises gently undulating red loam semi-open grazing country, watered by 15 earth dams and three bores. Heavily grassed, quick-responding soft herbage grazing country is timbered with corkwood, beefwood, scattered kurrajong, box swamps and stands of mulga.


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