With the Great Dividing Range as a backdrop, and adjoining the Washpool National Park this diverse property is presently conservatively running the equivalent of 400 breeders. “Coombadjha Creek” has a total area of 4666 acres with extensive cleared areas along the creeks and provides sheltered grazing onto the ridges and steeper country at the back of the property. Substantial timbered areas have been a valuable resource over the years and there is a current PVP over the property allowing continued income from logging. A feature of the property is the water with about 12km of double frontage to pristine Coombadjha Creek with its source in the adjoining Washpool National Park and the deep pools of crystal clear water, fast flowing and permanent. Improvements include the impressive homestead set overlooking the valley in attractive, established grounds. There are separate single quarters along with a stable complex and day yards, a machinery shed and workshop and a hay shed. Located about one hour or 80km from Grafton, services are connected to the property.