SANDALWOOD Station comprises of 16,060 hectares (39,685 acres) in two GHPL titles and has the added benefit of an additional area of about 1100ha.
Located about 90km south of Hughenden, the centrally located backgrounding and fattening property can be accessed from both the Hughenden Muttaburra Road and off the Hughenden Winton Road.
Sandalwood is generally a mix of undulating, shaded and open black soil country with the benefit of the extensive creek and channel systems which cover about one third of the property.
Pastures include Mitchell, buffel, Flinders grasses with seasonal herbage and summer grass present. Coolabah and other gums line the creek systems with vine tree and whitewood also providing shade.
Sandalwood has benefited from…