RURAL RETREAT ON 4.4 ACRES, MENINDEE, FAR WEST NSW
Menindee, in the far central West of NSW
A small productive farm with a 2 bedroom house plus caravan, carport, cool room and sheds. The property includes 300 mandarin trees and an 8 mega litre water licence from the Darling River.
This property, located only 100 metres from the Darling River, is the ideal hobby farm for a couple wanting a small income (approximately $30,000) with a quiet and peaceful rural lifestyle. The owners also get extra income from their free range eggs which they sell locally to the Menindee shop and residents. The orchard is fertilised from the chicken manure as an organic alternative.
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Menindee, known for its citrus orchards, table grapes and vegetable cultivation, is surrounded by 20 freshwater lakes, fed by the Darling River (the Menindee lake system), that abound with wildlife and waterbirds living among back waters and drowned forests. Located 113kms from the city of Broken Hill, it is a land of contrast with massive lakes against a dry landscape. The famous Maiden’s Hotel (in Menindee) is well know as the resting place for Burke and Wills in 1860, during their expedition of the Darling River.
Other local tourist destinations are:
The Kinchega National Park
Mutawintji National Park
This property is an ‘outback’ gem and offers excellent value for money. It has abundant water, a good income from the citrus fruit (also suitable for vegetables, herbs and other small crops) with a comfortable residence. It is in a good community with just minutes to the village centre for school, shops, clubs, hotel etc and is just metres from the Darling River.
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