Yallunda Flat, SA 5607


Sold - Yallunda Flat SA

‘Terrapinna’ has been owned and farmed  by the Sheehan family for 38 years which is
testament to the reliability and high production of this mixed farming operation.
In recent years Mark and Sharon have leased out some of the arable cropping area and
concentrated on their sheep production enterprise which consists of an average of 600 breeding ewes.

Situated 12km South East of Cummins, South Australia, this highly productive farming property is comprised of 537.9 Hectares (1,328.6 acres). The break down of the property includes 432 hectares of arable cropping country, 35 hectares of pasture, 51 hectares of scrubs and creeks and a quarry on an area of 20 hectares.

The cropping country has benefited from high performance management practices providing high yield and grain quality generating consistent returns to the current lessee.
Being a mixed farming enterprise the property enjoys a variety of income streams making it a perfect stand alone property or a high quality add on to an existing enterprise.

The district is renowned for its versatile and fertile farming land, when coupled with a consistent annual rainfall is ideally suited to a wide range of high value cropping and livestock options.

The property includes a quarry that has been estimated to have in excess of 1 million tonnes of high grade rubble at its disposal. There is currently a written supply agreement with the Council at a rate of 15c per tonne. Any rubble sold privately is sold at $ 1.00 per tonne. This provides a substantial additional income to the farming enterprise.

4 bedroom homestead with formal lounge, well appointed timber kitchen and dining area, 2 enclosed verandahs utilised as additional living space/sewing room, family bathroom with separate toilet and laundry.
Adjacent the home is an outdoor entertaining pergola, nicely established gardens and a garage. The home is comforted by 2 split system air conditioners and is benefited by a 5kw solar system.

Other Improvements
60” x 40” 3 stand shearing shed with lean to and adjoining yards, 60” x 30” implement shed,
40” x 30” implement shed, 45” x 30” hay shed, super shed, several other smaller storage shed and stock yards with loading ramp.

Additional inclusions with the sale of the property include:
2 x Sherwell field bins of various capacities
2 x 60 bag seed silos
1 x 400 bag elevated silo
3 x shearing plants
1 x Sunbeam electric wool press

The property is watered by 12 dams, 7 natural soaks, 1 bore and 1 well providing adequate water supply throughout.
The bore has an abundant water supply and gravity feeds the trough network throughout the property. It also acts a back up supply for the homestead, gardens and due to the exception quality is ideal for the home gardener wanting to establish fruit trees, veggies, etc. In addition to this there is 12,000 gallons of rainwater storage plumbed to the homestead with a 20,000 gallons backup supply from the various surrounding improvements.

Overall fencing across the property is of a high standard. A majority being 6 line cyclone with top barb, steel droppers and timber posts with some areas of 5 line cyclone.

The property consists of hills grazing with small areas of scrub and a natural water supply providing ample shelter for the breeding and fattening of livestock.
The arable cropping area is suitable for a wide variety of broadacre crops and has benefited from exceptional fertiliser history and up to date sustainable cropping practices.

The soil type is predominately red loam with some areas of slightly lighter soil type typical of this area.

Holdings of this quality in this area rarely hit the market making this an opportunity not to be missed.

The property is to be offered for sale by Expression of Interest closing 4pm Friday 27 September 2019 (USP). Please Contact Richard Hill EP Livestock & Real Estate for more information 0427 272 311 or

Property Features
  • 4 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 537.90 hectare
  • 2 Garage
Rob Calaby
Director/ Property Sales / Auctioneer