Spring Creek, located in the Southern Flinders Ranges region of SA, has an outstanding water asset and the ability to produce quality hay and fodder in all years and has been listed for auction.
The 253.3 hectare property is located approximately 15km south-east of Wilmington and 15km north-east of Melrose.
With magnificent views of the Southern Flinders Ranges and Mount Remarkable, 'Spring Creek' is an oasis in the current dry conditions.
Watered by four equipped bores spread throughout the property, the owners have operated the property as a hay and fodder production enterprise in conjunction with a quality Black Angus beef enterprise.
The water is fed from the Willochra Basin via underground springs and the Spring Creek which runs through the heart of the property - growing extensive pastures along the banks 'flood out' country and boasting magnificent old red gums.
Ray White Rural South Australia director, Daniel Schell said that the property has been held in the same family since 1974.
"Our vendors, John and Leanne Knight have been custodians of the property for many years," he said.
You only have to look at photos of the property to see that it is unique with an unrestricted water asset.
"With its ability to produce quality hay and fodder in all years, 'Spring Creek' is an ideal drought management property.
"It also sustains its own quality beef cattle enterprise."
The property is presented in excellent condition and is expected to attract widespread interest.
'Spring Creek' will be auctioned on Thursday, November 28, at 1pm in the Melrose Town Hall.