DOUGLAS DALY

Price On Application

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6,333 hectares (15,648 acres)

MATURING AFRICAN MAHOGANY ESTATE

The ‘What For’ and ‘Why Not’ Properties consist of two (2) adjoining, however seperate, African Mahogany plantation opportunities.

 

Key features of the combined Properties are as follows;

 

  • 2 of only 26 freehold Properties within the Douglas Daly

  • 6,333 Hectares (15,648 Acres) total land holding

  • 2,571 Hectares (6,353 Acres) planted to African Mahogany

  • 135 Hectares (333.5 Acres) of commercial hay production

  • Close proximity to Darwin Port and Asian export markets

  • Highly productive site parameters – high annual rainfall (>1,180mm annual mean average), flat topography, high nutrient soil types, access to water

  • Surrounded by 13,000 Hectares of ‘of-like’ commercial African Mahogany plantations

  • Highly sought-after timber resource with identified export markets

  • African Mahogany approaching maturity

 

Located in the Douglas Daly region of Australia’s Northern Territory, considered to be on the door step of Asia and its lucrative markets, this Property is one of only twenty-six private freehold properties within the Douglas Daly.

 

Presenting a tremendous opportunity for either mid-rotation or full-rotation investment, both offering double digit forecast Internal Rate of Returns, the Properties are located in the Douglas Daly with easy access to growing domestic and emerging export markets.

 

‘What For’

 

  • 3,198 Hectares (7,902.26 Acres) total land holding

  • 1,571 Hectares (3,882 Acres) planted to African Mahogany

  • 135 Hectares (333.5 Acres) of commercial hay production

 

Offering double digit forecast Internal Rate of Returns in the order of 17% and 12.5%, the Property is located in the Douglas Daly with easy access to growing domestic

and emerging export markets.

 

Featuring a total land holding of 3,198Ha, of which 1,571Ha consists of maturing African Mahogany plantation, with the balance of land currently utilised for cropping and cattle grazing opportunities and immediate annual revenues.

 

Further, the ‘What For’ Property is ideally suited to an aggregation with the ‘Why Not’ African Mahogany plantation property which immediately adjoins this opportunity.

 

The African Mahogany plantation maturing upon the Property is performing in-line with growth expectations and is presenting well to deliver the purchaser with strong financial returns upon both thinning and final harvest activities.

 

The Property’s highly desirable site parameters lend itself perfectly to a wide range of future agricultural or horticultural uses irrespective of the current use of the site.

 

‘Why Not’

 

  • 3,135 Hectares (7,746.75 Acres) total land holding

  • 1,000 Hectares (2,471 Acres) planted to African Mahogany

  • 854 Hectares (2,110 Acres) of commercial hay production

  • 227 Hectares (560.9 Acres) ready for conversion to irrigation cropping, horticulture or cattle production

 

Offering double digit forecast Internal Rate of Returns in the order of 14% and 25%, the Property is located in the Douglas Daly with easy access to growing domestic and emerging export markets.

 

Featuring a total land holding of 3,135Ha, of which 1,000Ha consists of maturing African Mahogany plantation, with the balance of land currently utilised for cropping and cattle grazing opportunities and immediate annual revenues.

 

Further, the ‘Why Not’ Property is ideally suited to an aggregation with the ‘What For’ African Mahogany plantation property which immediately adjoins this opportunity.

 

The African Mahogany plantation maturing upon the Property is performing in-line with growth expectations and is presenting well to deliver the purchaser with strong financial returns upon both thinning and final harvest activities.

 

The Property’s highly desirable site parameters lend itself perfectly to a wide range of future agricultural or horticultural uses irrespective of the current use of the site.

 

Contact of for a free copy of the Information Memorandum

 

David Smith Ph: +61 (0) 418 332 780      Email: david.smith@smithagriinternational.com.au

James Wyatt Ph: +61 (0) 415 284 264      Email: james.wyatt@smithagriinternational.com.au

DAVID SMITH

DIRECTOR - SMITH AGRI INTERNATIONAL

+61 (0) 418 332 780

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