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Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
Historic ‘Red Creek’ – Significant Grazing Holding (Est. 1842)
1,275 hectares (3,151 acres) fronting Keyneton Road still available. Seeking offers over $4 million.

Red Creek is a large-scale grazing property in the eastern Barossa Ranges of South Australia. Located five kilometres north of Keyneton, adjacent to Henschke winery, the property is only 15km east of Angaston and less than 100km north east of Adelaide.

The south-eastern portion of Red Creek has been sold, and there is now an opportunity to acquire a 1,275 hectare (3,151 acre) parcel comprising the most productive and high rainfall section of the property.

Established in 1842 by pastoral pioneer, Joseph Keynes, Red Creek has been owned and operated by the Keynes family for five generations.

Renowned for producing high quality Merino wool, crossbred lambs and Angus cattle, the requisite well-maintained fences and quality steel sheep and cattle yards are a feature of the property.

Red Creek has a long history of fertilizer application on its arable land, which has significantly benefitted the pasture production of the higher rainfall country (490mm approx.).

Pastures across the gum-studded, hills-grazing country are predominantly made up of native grasses, including spear grass, wallaby grass and kangaroo grass.

The multiple catchment dams and natural springs augmented by access to mains water, ensure water security across the property.

The vendors have stocked the property conservatively and have run an operation using land-care principles, including the fencing-off of many water courses, balancing production with conservation.

Featuring breathtaking scenery, kilometres of majestic dry-stone walls built in the mid-late 1800’s and ruins of the homes of the first shepherds in the district, Red Creek is a unique property of historical significance.

Red Creek is For Sale by Private Treaty with the agents seeking offers over $4 million.

For further information please contact Colliers International.