Situation Moonbi is located 27km South of Hannaford, 60km south East of Meandarra, 50km South West of The Gums, 70km South West of Tara, 165km South West of Dalby with access via Southwood Road. Facilities Facilities include single phase rural power, mail service twice weekly, school bus, primary school located at Hannaford, secondary school located at Tara. Bulk grain depots located at Meandarra and The Gums with a livestock selling centre at Dalby. Area and Tenure 3,217Ha (approx 7,950 acres) GHFL Freeholding payments $2,900 per annum 7 years remaining L28 PG301 GHFL 10583, Parish Noondoomally, Western Downs Regional Council Rates $5,896.40 gross per annum. Country The country on Moonbi predominately consists of Brigalow/Belah and Wilga country running back onto box, iron bark and sandalwood ridge. Approximately 450 acres have been graslan in recent times. Cultivation and Timber Currently approximately 1,000 acres is available for winter crop. There has been additional areas previously cultivated. Water Moonbi is watered by 10 earth dams which have good catchment of ridge country. Fencing Fencing is generally in stock proof condition, assisted by electric fence, some sections require replacement. The property is subdivided into 13 paddocks plus 5 holding paddocks. Yards Cattle yards are a mixture of steel and timber. The sheep yards are a mixture of timber and steel. Improvements Improvements on Moombi include a weatherboard homestead, comes with 4 bay garage plus 2 bedroom cottage with a 3 bay garage. Other improvements include a grain/machinery shed approximately 60'x40', and a 3 stand shearing shed. Comments Moonbi offers versatility of cattle and sheep production supported with 1,000 acres of cultivation for wheat and oats production. Located in the well-known Hannaford district.
REVIEWS (1):"The ladies that work here really know their stuff when it comes to coffee! GREAT customer service as well!"read more
REVIEWS (1):"Visiting for a day for work. Specials smoked salmon salad plus coffee. Very generous with the salmon, too much sauce making it too juicy,over all it was..."read more