Ban Ban Springs Station in the Northern Territory is up for sale.
Located about 150 kilometres south of Darwin, the 1873 square kilometre property was the first registered cattle station in the 1880s.
Colliers International has been appointed for the sale.
Colliers Rural & Agribusiness director Phil Schell said the station was one of the most appealing medium scale cattle stations in the Northern Territory.
“It’s well located in the Darwin/Gulf pastoral region and features substantial improvements, an abundance of water and has terrific potential to improve the carrying capacity and ultimately the profitability," he said.
The land is a combination of hilly and gently undulating terrain and vast plains with about 1600 hectares under improved pasture.
The owner advises that the station has a carrying capacity of about 14,000 mixed age cattle.
The homestead sits in an appealing garden setting and additional capital improvements include staff or guest accommodation facilities, machinery shed, mains power, hay shed, stables, quality steel stock yards of 500 head capacity and campground with a good level of amenity.
The station is for sale by Registration of Interest closing late August.