Amberley Park has been used as a Galloways and Buchan Blacks stud by leading breeder Malcolm Cock.

Amberley Park has been used as a Galloways and Buchan Blacks stud by leading breeder Malcolm Cock.

SUPERBLY located in the heart of South Gippsland, Amberley Park offers 265 acres of gently undulating country.
Malcolm and Carol Cock purchased the Hallston property in 2006 and relocated their successful Galloway and Buchan Black stud to the property.
“Assessing farms for clients wishing to purchase a property, is one of my consulting services, so I had a long and detailed check list when purchasing Amberley Park,” Malcolm said of the family’s decision to move the operation to Hallston.
“Having farmed for a long time in a

The four-bedroom weatherboard home was fully renovated 10 years ago.

The four-bedroom weatherboard home was fully renovated 10 years ago.

relatively dry climate, the Hallston reliable high rainfall was number one and a permanent water supply number two.
“I didn’t want to farm in a rice paddy, so having free draining soils and a great all weather laneway system … ticked a number of boxes.
“I was also after a farm that was easy to manage and productive.
“Hallston was also a very central position for servicing a lot of my beef and consulting clients, as well as short trips to the beach at Inverloch.”
The Cocks have meticulously maintained and cared for Amberley Park.
Amberley Park offers an all-weather laneway system through the heart of the farm with most of the 44 paddocks accessed off it.
Water is abundant and a major feature of the property with a permanent creek and spring fed dam; Amberley Park also has a reliable trough system to each paddock.
Amberley Park is picturesque and well sheltered with some natural bush (approximately 11ha), shelter plantations, and scattered gums.
Fencing is in good order and consists of permanent electric fencing with most boundaries to neighbours double fenced and treed for bio-security.
Around 98 per cent of the land is accessible by tractor.
The property has an excellent pasture base with deep red, grey soils and good fertiliser history.
The home on the property is a weatherboard house which was completely renovated around 10 years ago.
It offers four bedrooms or three plus an office, central bathroom, separate lounge and kitchen with adjoining meals area.
It also has a fantastic outdoor undercover patio and single lock up garage.
There is plenty of shedding and includes two large machinery sheds, hayshed, stables, workshop and other smaller sundry shedding.
The stockyards are well designed, undercover and in excellent order with power, lighting and water available.
Situated on sealed road, Leongatha and Mirboo North are only 15 minutes away.
This property will go up for auction on Saturday, October 17 at 11am on site.
For more information, contact Elders agents Don Olden on 0417 805 312 or Zel Svenson on 0438 636 290.