The 107,064 hectare (264,556 acre) Cape York Peninsula property Fairlight Station is being offered with an unknown number of cattle.
Located in a Yarraden area 70km west of Laura and 320km north of Mareeba, the property comprises of both a rolling term lease and a perpetual lease.
Fairlight consists generally of river and creek flats, with undulating ridge country running to hilly broken areas.
Soil types range from loam river and creek flats, yellow clay, red brown ridge soils with some sandy areas to the north.
The wide range of pasture includes spear and kangaroo grass, other native species in addition to seasonal herbages.
Timbers comprise of mainly ironbark, bloodwood, gum, box, and messmate with areas of ti tree.
The property has a number of paddocks, holding paddocks and dam squares.
Fairlight is equipped with two main sets of cattle yards that are constructed from timber and portable panels.
The property has a 35km frontage to the permanent Palmer River, a number of natural springs, flowing creeks and permanent waterholes in the Kennedy, St George and Little river systems.
There are also 30 dams, two bores, one of which is equipped with a windmill and tank.
Infrastructure includes a three bedroom home and 16 room workers' quarters.
Marketing agent Russell Wolff, Vohland Real Estate, said Fairlight Station was an opportunity to take highly regarded property to the next level.
"An unknown number of cattle included in the sale of the property." Mr Wolff said.
Contact Russell Wolff, 0419 698 405, Vohland Real Estate.