SOLD “Mt Walker” Dysart QLD


"Mt Walker"

765 Cluen Access Road, Dysart QLD.

AUCTION 21st July 2023


Reliable and Fertile Mixed Farming Operation


38kms West of Dysart on the Cluen Access Road, 70kms to Clermont, 70kms to Capella, 125kms to Emerald, Proximity to Major Saleyards, Feedlots, 4 Export Abattoirs within 400kms.

Area & Tenure:

Total Area – 1,179 Hectares or 2,913.37 Acres.

Lot 9 on SP273886, Freehold Tenure.

Shire of Isaac Regional Council.


“Mt Walker” is situated at the base of the Huntley Range, between Clermont & Dysart. The cultivation is fertile, heavy black soils with a good range of soil depth. The grazing country is carrying a large body of pasture, set around “Mt Walker” mainly open Coolabah black soils to Ti-Tree gullies. Dominate pastures include Blue Grass, Buffel, Forest Mitchell & other native pastures & legumes.


40 Acres of Sugar Graze Forage was planted with an application of CK55. 45 Cows and calves have rotated through the crop twice. In crop rain of 336ml.

202 Acres of Coolah Wheat has been planted with an application of CK55. This country has been planted into fallow sorghum stubble with keeping in mind that the future wheat stubble will provide adequate stubble coverage for ongoing ground cover.

440 Acres of Kyabra Chickpea has been planted with CK55 fertiliser. The Chickpea area was pre sprayed with residual and all crops this year have been planted with a disc seeder to reduce tillage and to retain sub soil moisture.


“Mt Walker is well watered with 3 bores and 2 dams. The water reticulation system is pumped around the property via 63mm poly, with the water used for stock & domestic as well as spray application.

Structural Improvements:


3 bed, 2bath, 1 office, main walk-in cupboard, mining cottage moved and installed on steel adjustable house. Council approval on house install, fully renovated including New Bathrooms insulated walls and roof with pink Batts New Colourbond roof iron, new gyprock roof and walls Painted inside and out. Polished timber floors, rewired inside and out with new underground mains. Panasonic split systems in bedrooms and living reverse cycle Front Patio cemented with exposed ag finish and clear coated.


Steel Shed, 6.8m x 8m x 2.4m, sheeted 3 sides zinc colour bond walls sheets, colour bond zinc roof. Internal heavy duty permanent built shelving x3 shelves -Underground power installed with Fluro lighting and power point installed.


Statewide Sheds 24m x 15m x 5m Concrete floor in one bay 6m x 15m Underground power installed, High Bay LEDʼs, 2 x 15amp power points, 3x 10-amp points 3x NU-Tank poly rainwater tanks 5500gal capacity, connected inside shed on pressure pump.



“Mt Walker” is subdivided into 21 paddocks with centrally located water points to give plenty of good access points to stock water. Most of the boundary is in good shape with over 65% of the internal fencing newly installed with 4 barb, steel posts, supplemented with Rosewood or Maxi Posts. Parts of the Back & Crater paddocks have been sub-divided have used single plain wire electric fences with solar energisers.



“Mt Walker” provides a safe mix of country, with the development that allows for a multitude of farming options. The vendors have put in the hard work and spent the money with the property now ready to produce. With proximity to livestock & grain marketing points of delivery, within 25 minutes’ drive of Dysart, in a reliable rainfall locality. Included in the sale will be the 202 Acres of Wheat & 440 Acres of Chickpea, all benefiting from the good seasonal start & fertiliser, giving the new owners real time cash flow.


For Sale by Auction

21st July 2023 @ 11:00am Maraboon Tavern, Emerald, Qld

To arrange an inspection 


Matt Beard 0428 765 687

Terry Ray 0427 821 177

Bryton Virgo 0477 318 224

Tony Prentice 0417 709 778

This document has been prepared to solely assist in the marketing of this property. Whilst all care has been taken to ensure the information provided herein is correct, we do not take any responsibility for any inaccuracies. All parties should make their own enquires to verify the information.