Ballalaba Reach is a 339 ha (837 acres) grazing property in the beautiful Ballalaba Valley with 2km frontage to the upper reaches of the Shoalhaven River, 25 km south of Braidwood, on the sealed Cooma Road, and only an hour from Canberra.
With a history of beef breeding and production, the property is also well suited to sheep and fat lambs. The extensive river flats and terraces are suited to cropping for winter forage. The pastures are largely improved with superior native and introduced grasses and clovers. Water is a feature of the property, with many dams and springs and direct access to the Shoalhaven River. The property has a 72 megalitre irrigation license. There is a good quality 13m by 6m shed and cattle yards. The property is well fenced with some 16 paddocks and 10 dams. There are many fine building sites in this rising eastern fall granite country with extensive views of the valley and surrounding mountains. 3 Separate Titles.