Clyde finally shifts Thylungra for $10.5m

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Queensland pastoralists George Scott and family have purchased Clyde Agriculture’s Thylungra Station for $10.5 million after it was passed in at auction last month.

Queensland pastoralists George Scott and family have purchased Clyde Agriculture’s Thylungra Station for $10.5 million after it was passed in at auction last month.

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The 282,000-hectare property is located west of Quilpie in south-west Queensland, and was sold bare of stock, even though it has a carrying capacity of about 38,000 ewes, 7000 wethers and 1800 cows.

Clyde managing director John McKillop told The Australian Financial Review he was pleased with the sale but surprised it had not sold earlier.

"We are pleased to pass over the history of the property including all the brand names and memorabilia," he said of the station first established by the famous pastoral pioneer Patrick Durack in 1868.

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