Angledool Station has long been regarded as one of the best examples of a large scale mixed farming enterprise in far western NSW. Substantial flood plain soils enhanced by a unique lake-bed farming opportunity provides a great background for low cost farming and grazing. Good water in the form of long frontage to the Narran River and a cap and piped bore scheme, under construction throughout the property, can cater for approximately 1000 breeders which the property is capable of carrying. These features plus good access via the Castlereagh Highway all help provide Angledool Station with sound economic productivity and a base for further development into the future.
11,918 ha (Freehold - 6,738.71 ha and Western Lands Lease - 5,280.82ha)
Generally level flood-plain country south of the Narran River which forms the northern boundary. These plains cover nearly all of the property except for a small area of red ridge on the western and north-western side where the homestead and buildings are located.
Soils on the flood-plain vary from heavy black to grey-black self-cracking type including approx 1,000 hectares of lake-bed country in Angledool Lake, all subject the beneficial flooding from the river.
Timber of the flood-plain country consists mostly of Coolabah with Ironwood, Mulga, Box and Rosewood on the red country.
The flood-plain carries a wide variety of summer grasses including Queensland Blue, Mitchell, Neverfail, Coolah, Plains Grass plus natural medics and herbages in winter.
1000 ha heavy grey/black lake-bed farming country
1113 ha heavy grey farming country
6887 ha lightly timbered grazing country
2918 ha timbered red grazing country
2133 ha of cultivation is permitted on both Western Lands Lease and Freehold country, all of which is presently being cultivated.
Frontage to the Narran River on the northern side which backs up from the Angledool Weir. A cap and piped bore scheme is under construction from the Angledool Bore Trust. This delivers water to tanks and troughs over the property, replacing the present system of bore drains and ground tanks.
4 bedroom weather board home. Dining, lounge, renovated kitchen, gauzed verandahs, evaporative air conditioner, reverse cycle air conditioner, set in established gardens with a watering system.
3 bedroom guest cottage with reverse cycle air conditioning, 3 bedroom jackaroos quarters, shearers quarters comprising 7 separate buildings.
198 sqm steel shed, 258 sqm timber and corrugated iron shed, work-shop and small shed.
2 x 60 tonne silos, 2 x 80 tonne silo, 2 x 27 tonne silos.
Shearing Shed: 8 stand shed, o/head gear and diesel motor with steel and mesh sheep-yards, covered race.