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Sunnydale Cliffs | Expansive Murraylands Holding at the Mouth of the Marne River - #1
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“Sunnydale Cliffs” comprises 1,861.86 hectares (4,600 acres approx.) of savannah country filled with native flora and fauna. The property presents a wonderful opportunity over a wide range of potential uses including agricultural activities, quarrying, tourism, leisure, lifestyle and environmental. Located only one and a half hours drive east of Adelaide CBD via the Adelaide Hills or Barossa Valley, Sunnydale Cliffs is situated approximately halfway between the popular River Murray holiday destinations of Swan Reach and Walker Flat.

Originally part of a much larger pastoral holding developed in the early 1900s, the current owners have preserved the natural beauty of the property and today there are no agricultural improvements or active farming activities taking place on the land. There is a corrugated iron aircraft hangar that is currently used for the secure storage of equipment and the nearby airstrip has potential to be resurrected.

Nearly all of the total land area would be suited to grazing livestock with some investment in fencing and water infrastructure, and comprises expansive plains country with native trees, shrubs and grasses.

Neighbouring properties and the wider mid Murray region operate successful crop growing, orchard farming and almond production.

Sunnydale Cliffs features two personal-use working limestone quarries which could be expanded for commercial application.

The property comprises several kilometres of spectacular cliffs providing breathtaking views of the Murray River and lagoon wetlands that are filled with birdlife which combine to offer some of the most stunning scenery found anywhere on the Murray.

The rarity of incorporating the Marne river valley and mouth within its boundaries makes this property very special and unique. The property falls within the River Murray International Dark Sky Reserve, where the dry climate and cloudless skies are perfect for stargazing.

The property has the remains of a stagecoach track carved into the cliff face which carried the famous Cobb & Co mail coach during the early pioneering days. The stonework supporting the track and remnants of the original stone homestead remain perched on the clifftop overlooking the area where the Murray and Marne rivers meet.

The diverse range of wildlife includes multiple kangaroo species, echidnas, countless bird species including emus and birds of prey, as well as southern hairy nosed wombats. In addition to the environmental features of the property, the opportunities for leisure activities are endless; motorcycling, camping, hiking and stargazing just to name a few.

Sunnydale Cliffs is contained in three freehold Certificates of Titles comprising a total of 12 sections and allotments.

For sale by private treaty: $745,000

For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Jesse Manuel (0421 550 242) or Tim Altschwager (0408 814 699).