Springvale Station is a fully operational traditional cattle station, currently stocked with approximately 4,500 head of cattle, and with huge potential for irrigated farming.
Springvale Station is a substantial property encompassing some 56,295ha, and is located near Lakeland, North Queensland. The Mulligan Highway transects the property allowing all-weather highway access north to Cooktown and south to Mareeba. It is also only a 3 hour drive to Cairns and southern ports and produce-processing facilities.
The property boasts two managers’ residences, a guesthouse, workers’ and supervisors’ accommodation and amenities, machinery sheds and cattle processing yards and associated infrastructure. Services include rural power, phone, satellite TV, broadband internet, Flying Doctor Service, mail, freight transport and passenger bus service five days a week from Cairns and the Tablelands.
Established on the Normanby catchment area with dependable high annual rainfall (an average of 1040 mm), Springvale Station offers approximately 1,800 ha of cleared and pulled land in various stages of development, and due to the recent de-regulation and simplifying of the water licencing process, Springvale Station has been granted multiple water licences allowing access to a minimum of 13,000 mega litres of water yearly, with unlimited capping.