GLEN INNES THE REGION...
Glen Innes, in the picturesque New England district of NSW is strategically located at the crossroads of the New England and Gwydir Highways. A heritage town, it is the centre of a district of 10,000 people with excellent schools, festivals, sporting facilities and a hospital serviced by 3 doctors surgeries. It features the Standing Stones – a National Monument to the nations Celtic pioneers, World Heritage - listed National Parks and attracts gem and sapphire fossickers from across Australia.
There is a daily air service between Sydney and Armidale and Brisbane and Armidale, a network of bus services and is a little more than 1 hour by road to the University City of Armidale.
GLEN INNES THE INVESTMENT…
The Glen Innes district has some of the most reliable, productive grazing lands in NSW with very fertile basalt and granite soils. It has an annual rainfall of 800mm – 1000mm and altitudes ranging from 850 – 1400 metres.
The mountain climate is “air conditioned” with ideal summer temperatures from 20 – 30 degrees with bracing winters of 0 – 15 degrees.
Glen Innes is renowned as a centre for marketing prime and store livestock and is surrounded by a network of feedlots and abattoirs. The grazing conditions are such that in many cases combined gross returns more than exceed those generated elsewhere.
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