“Bamboo Station”

For Sale

85,430 ha

Contact Agent

Peninsula Development Road

Mareeba, QLD 4880

"Bamboo Station"

Cattle Grazing Property Cattle Grazing


85,430ha / 211,102acres - Pastoral Holding in 2 portions

Country Type

The Great Dividing Range transverses the property and can be described as undulating to hilly, very accessible country. Generally timbered with semi open to heavy stands of Ironbark, Bloodwood, Ironwood, Stringybark and Yellow Box Flats. There are heavy stands of Kangaroon Grass, Black Spear and other native tropical grasses with increasing areas of Wincassia & Secca Stylo.


Weekly mail service by private mail services via Cairns, solar power system with diesel backup generator, internet service via Satellite.


Well appointed 4 bedroom homestead with solar power and generator backup, 8 bay machinery and workshop shed with concrete floor, 3 sets of cattle yards and workers complex comprising of 5 demountable units and separate kitchen and recreation area. Leased until December 2023.


Ample water supply with 50 permanent dams plus a number of seasonal creeks and waters.


7 securely fenced paddocks with 3 barbs, steel and timber posts. 3 sets of cattle yards consist mainly of timber and portable panels. The homestead yards are in the process of being converted to permanent steel.

Carrying Capacity

Approximately 1,000 cattle included.

Agent Remarks

Call for an inspection.

Property Overview

Capacity in Far North Queensland Cattle and Carbon Opportunity

‘Bamboo Station’ is an excellent model of how cattle and carbon can work together successfully.
Carrying capacity can be significantly increased by completing the boundary and internal fencing program.
‘Bamboo Station’ offers opportunity for multiple income streams that can only be determined by inspection.

Approximately 400 km North-West of Mareeba and 470 km North-West of Cairns, dissected by the Peninsula Development Road.

Carbon Agreement in place.


Russell Wolff

Elders Emerald

0419 698 405


Elders Emerald Real Estate | Rural Market Queensland
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