Worrongorrah is a 3,700 acre property, 32km west of Condobolin in the heart of NSW.
The Worrongorrah property was purchased in late 2017 and located 32km west of Condobolin in the Central West, NSW. The 3,700 hectares is perfectly suited to grazing and cropping, rich with stock, water supply and upgraded sheep infrastructure.
The property has an abundance water supply and excellent water availability, with around 15kms of frontage to the Wallaroi Creek, dispersing over a large area of low-lying black soil semi-floodplain country with a natural lagoon and dam at the Western end.
A 20-acre lagoon sits behind the station, home to many species of beautiful bird life. There are plenty of shelters to create natural shade and camp areas for the sheep by Lignum and River Gums. Facilities include a weir and weir pool, a billabong, dams, irrigation and a reticulated water trough system.
Worrongorrah is made up of gently sloping country that is 90% arable land and an ideal mix of 50% rich, heavy creek flats and 50% red loam soil, creating a highly fertile soil mix that is perfect for farming & grazing. The property offers comfortable on-farm living, with a spacious 5-bedroom renovated homestead, originally built in 1911, uniquely, from timber milled on its own land.
32km West of Condobolin NSW
Sheep and Cattle Grazing/Cropping