Petition started to stop sale iconic Aussie cattle property

A PETITION has been created in a bid to stop the sale of an iconic Australian cattle property to overseas investors.

Gympie’s market the best in five years

Gympie is in the middle of a rural real estate boom

Coffs' property power a mix of coastal and rural

Coffs' property performers mainly coastal, but not all

Huge 32,000ha Clermont district property to hit the market

Trevor Zielke's droughtmaster cross No 3 heifers sold to 123.2c/kg or $390 at Monto Cattle and Country's fortnightly sale.

This property is estimated to sell between $10million and $19million

Overseas investment into Aussie farms capped at $15 million

Irrigation in a paddock near Kingsthorpe, Saturday, January 04, 2014. Photo Kevin Farmer / The Chronicle

“I’ve got no problems with foreign investment,” he said.

Could Chinese be snapping up Central Queensland land?

Chinese are now the biggest foreign buyers of Queensland property