Stratham Family Quietly Market $490 Million NSW Rural Holdings

PRIVATE family the Stratham’s are quietly selling two major rural holdings in northern New South Wales.

Keytah, west of Moree, measures 25,000 hectares, while Sundown near Armidale is 16,500 hectares.

The holdings are being offered globally via PwC and are expected to sell for about $490 million.

“The time has come at the age of 76 years to offer my life’s dream to purchasers or investors and trust they experience the same satisfaction, enjoyment and financial gain,” the family patriarch Neil Stratham told the AFR.

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