Golden Eagle Blueberries‘ is an exciting opportunity to secure an established business and land with large scale development potential. The vertically-integrated blueberry production business is based in the Clarence Valley via Grafton, NSW. The aggregation is spread over three separate sites, with a total land holding of 1827 hectares.

The packing and storage infrastructure, located in South Grafton is well equipped to handle large volumes of quality blueberries. In 2017, ‘Golden Eagle Blueberries’ were producing over 10,000 trays of blueberries each week off 33 planted hectares, a 20 per cent increase on 2016 production. There are over 220,000 blueberry plants consisting of a mixture of four varieties and ranging maturities planted from 2015 through to 2018.

Due to its ideal location along the Pacific Highway, the finished fruit is packed and distributed efficiently to all major markets on the eastern seaboard depending on the time of year. ‘Golden Eagle Blueberries’ has an established business with long term customer relationships, with the land, labour and facilities, this asset stands in good stead to further develop the business into a large scale, quality Blueberry operation.

Golden Eagle Blueberries employs backpackers on a flexible work arrangement and this is an integral part of the company’s success. Full time employees and backpackers make use the quality infrastructure to produce mass blueberries to the local market.

Features of Golden Eagle Blueberries include:

  • 1827 Ha of total land offering in various stages of development
  • 72 Ha irrigated blueberry production of multiple varieties and maturity
  • Large Scalable Packing and processing facility in South Grafton
  • 70 Ha developed to planting stage with weed matting & irrigation lines in place
  • 776 Ha available for further development
  • Excellent on farm water security

Colliers International Agribusiness is proud to market this unique property and business by way of International Expression of Interest closing 15 February 2019 at 1:00pm.

For further information please contact Rawdon Briggs on 0428 651 144, Jim Guilfoyle on 0407 705 733 or Tim Altschwager on 0408 814 699.