Rural Real Estate Tasmania
When looking to buy rural real estate Tasmania is a state you must consider. Tasmania has developed an international reputation for producing quality products. No matter if you’re buying a small Hobby Farm or Commercial operation research is a must. Farmbuy.com reviews the best that Tasmania has to offer.
Tasmania’s temperate climate, fertile soils, annual rainfall and long sunshine hours produce excellent growing conditions for most farming activities. Almost one third of Tasmania’s land area (68,300 sq km) is consigned to agriculture. The most important individual commodities in Tasmania based on the gross value of agricultural production were milk, followed by cattle and calves and potatoes. Significant smaller industries include wool, sheep and lambs, apples, cherries, carrots, onions, viticulture, hay and nurseries. Niche products include wasabi, ginseng, olives, walnuts, herbs, truffles, deer and goats etc.
EDITH CREEK – TAS
‘Whitewater Dairy’ – This dairy is presently milking approximately 970 cows through a 50 unit rotary dairy with feed pad. Approximately 60% of the farm is irrigated with 3 centre pivots, with approximately 575ML water from dam, bores and waterways. Improvements include 2 three bedroom homes, calf shed and quality fencing along with extensive hump and hollow infrastructure.
NIETTA – TAS.
“Peonietta” (Peonies from Nietta) is a hugely successful 20 hectare peony farm in Tasmania’s pristine high country. It contains approximately 80 to 85,000 plants at varying stages of maturity. It is one of the largest single peony farms in the Southern hemisphere.
TARLETON – TAS
Located in the heart of Tasmania’s apple producing district of Spreyton and only 10 minutes from Devonport and Latrobe, you will find this unique lifestyle property. The approximately 118 hectare (293 acre) property boasts outstanding views of the Mersey River to the ocean, Devonport, Latrobe and surrounding countryside. Currently being utilised for beef and hay production, but having an excellent northerly rising aspect, the future could be horticultural or residential subdivision (STCA).