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Twynam Agricultural Group to sell three Lachlan River frontage properties

By Lyndsey Douglas

Twynam Agricultural Group have announced that it will be offering for sale three of its Lachlan River frontage properties by way of expression of interests closing on the 12th March 2018 via Ray White Rural’s Bruce Gunning.

The properties include Jemalong Station, Jemalong Citrus at Forbes and Merrowie at Hillston.

Jemalong Station is located approx. 35kms west of Forbes. It is comprised of 13,387 Ha with 2,384 Ha of irrigation development and includes 8,885 ML JIL Water (Jemalong Irrigation Licence), 3,107 ML Groundwater.

Adjoining Jemalong Station is Jemalong Citrus with the area of 360.84 Ha. It has access to 1,000 ML Groundwater and 750 ML JIL Water. The property comprises approx. 170,000 orange trees with principally winter juicing varieties.

The other property being offered for sale is Merrowie which is situated 15kms west of town of Hillston. It is approx. 32,730 Ha with 9,906 Ha of developed irrigation and has available approx. 6,689 ML of General Security Lachlan River Water Entitlements as well as 10,528 ML of Groundwater Licence and approx. 16,000 ML above ground water storage.

The properties are being offered for sale as part of the ongoing downsizing of the company’s agricultural properties.

The sale is handled by Gary Johnston of Johnston Rural Group Forbes and Bruce Gunning of Ray White Rural International Sydney.

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