Colliers International expands rural presence in VIC
Duncan McCulloch and James Beer will join Colliers International as National Director and Director of Agribusiness, Transaction Services, respectively. Duncan will lead the Colliers International Victoria business, spearheading activity in Victoria and Tasmania.
Duncan and James’ 2018 transactions in Victoria and Southern New South Wales totalled circa $100million combined.
This figure came from the sale of multiple assets including; Woolbrook, Cairn Curran, Murraba, Maloneys and Glenholme, Mokanger and Lewana, Chintin Grange, Billabong and Murray Gwynne and Yarunga and Fontainebleau.
“We are extremely excited to welcome Duncan and James to Colliers International to boost our presence in the Victorian market,” said Rawdon Briggs, Head of Rural and Agribusiness at Colliers International.
“During their tenure at CBRE, they were responsible for a number of large-scale corporate agriculture appointments, including most prominently the sale of the Sustainable Agriculture Fund for approximately $185m, amongst other notable transactions.”
The duo has also transacted several institutional-grade dairy farms, including most recently Forest Farm and The Avenue and Parkham in Northern Tasmania and Petabern Dairies in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley.