Kimberley cattle station auction

THE 189,000-hectare Yakka Munga Station near Derby, belonging to late Kimberley identity John James, will be auctioned in Broome next month. Bidding on the working station and four-bedroom homestead, located 100 kilometres south-west of Derby and 180km east of Broome, is expected to start from $5 million. The property comes with an estimated 4,000 branded cattle plus 1,000 unbranded cattle and calves but has a current lease carrying capacity of 7,200 cattle units. Landmark Realty agent Andrew Stewart said the property enjoyed consistent rainfall averaging 600 millimetres a year and was well serviced for stock water with 14 bores and one well. Yakka Munga is being sold inclusive of all plant and equipment on the property, including vehicles, portable yards, generators, pumps, and tools. An auction will be held at the Mangrove Resort Broome on June 1 at 5pm.

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