Burekup, WA, AU
Tynedale is one of the finest freehold rural properties in Australia and the largest single owned river frontage property in the area. Standing at over 1,500 hectares, the land has 10 kms of the Collie River flowing throughout along with creeks and springs and is located in one of the safest places of the world to live. Boasting incredible panoramic views and backing onto Wellington National Park, home to an amazing array of wildlife, Tynedale is fortunate with strong rainfall at 1000mm/year, comparable to a Mediterranean climate.
A vision over 35 years long, has transformed the original property into a rural masterpiece. From sculptured rehabilitated landscapes, 14 dams, many buildings, gardens, stonework, fences, cattle yards, tree planting and an extensive road system allowing access to almost every part incl. elevated terrains with breathtaking views.
Tynedale is a high quality beef cattle breeding property with annual hay and silage production. 2/3 of the property is fenced for stock with half of this area allocated to open pasture and the other half forest and parkland which has limited controlled stock access. The remainder of Tynedale is dedicated to natural forest regrowth (Jarrah, Redgum and Blackbutt), and all fenced areas have sufficient high quality water for cattle year round.
In total, 34 larger paddocks are serviced by three sets of custom designed cattle yards that can handle 200 cattle each at a time. The majority of fencing uses strong jarrah strainers and posts, consisting of three plain wire, three bull barb, ringlock or griplock. The many high quality cattle grids allow access from one end of the property to the other in just 20 minutes without having to open gates.
The creative designs have been well thought out, and are strong and practical. Natural stone and jarrah timber are often sourced direct from the property, along with matt stainless steel for elegance and longevity.
Rarely will you find a property with as many steep breathtaking views which are alongside an abundance of water, good pasture and forests, without significant erosion problems. It has taken decades of ingenious foresight using heavy earthworks, tree planting, stone work, and drainage to control these issues. A balance between natural bush and productivity, and the picturesque rolling pastures is a fundamental element of Tynedale's beauty.
For more information, price expectations and to book an inspection, please contact exclusive selling agents Neil McAllister +61 417 179 218, & Graham Bowie +61 411 255 553.