6 July, 2021
Bramwell Station to be sold at auction
Popular Cape York property Bramwell Station is going under the hammer.
Positioned as the last stop before the Tip of Cape York at the start of the famous Old Telegraph Track, Bramwell is being sold by Wendy Kozicka and Vince Bowyer, who have owned the property for the past 20 years.
The offering includes multi-income streams from the 131,900 hectares (325,932 acres) cattle station, tourist park, roadhouse and carbon credits.
There is also an option to buy a roadworks contracting business, which generally turns over in excess of $3 million annually.
Bramwell Station will be auctioned online on August 11.
Located 200km south of the tip of Cape York, Bramwell comprises two secure long-term rolling pastoral leases.
The roadhouse is located about 12km north of the Bramwell homestead and is the last fuel stop before the Jardine River Crossing.
The Bramwell Tourist Park has 28 accommodation rooms, a licenced camp kitchen-style bar and restaurant, open camping and a caravan park area with guest amenities and laundry facilities.
Contact Geoff Warriner on 0408 687 880 for more information.