This excellent & impressive property is the home of South Serenity Arabians.
No detail was spared for the beautiful property, complete with barn and nearby indoor riding arena. This is the absolute dream property for any equestrian.
To see our latest series of stable complexes/indoor arenas, download our brochure.
How Much Does It Cost To Build A Stable Complex?
How much does the typical stable complex cost?
For large complexes that include both stables and attached indoor riding arenas, the cost varies $100,000 – $150,000.
These are for large, spacious complexes with room for multiple horses & multiple facilities. See some examples below:
See a brochure of our Grand Prix Stable complex range here.
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- 180,000 tonnes of bio-solids are being processed by farms in New South Wales. The material comes from the sewerages of the area. The waste is also producing energy for the farms as it is processed in reactors.
- The Bob Brown foundation is throwing its weight behind a campaign to close down Salmon farms on the east coast of Tasmania, which it says will disrupt the local culture, heritage and environment.
- The Big Lobster, a South Australian attraction and restaurant, recently went to auction for $300,000. No bids were made.
- Animals Australia has launched an online petition against the treatment of prawns, which have their eye-stalks cut to speed up reproduction. The Australian Prawn Farmers association has said they maximise prawn comfort, in some cases using anaesthesia.
- A leading ecologist has called for Australians to eat more kangaroo meat. Their over-population is causing the vegetation to be depleted, destroying the habitat of other animals like birds.
- Tourism bodies are encouraging farms to start ‘paddock to plate’ tours to gain a larger section of the Asian tourist market. These tours involve tourists exploring the farm before eating its food.
- A team of young footballers from Leonora, WA, have been travelling more than 600km to play footy each weekend. Their isolated pastoral town team has a home ground 300km away.
- A 17 year old cattle farmer has borrow $200,000 of his parents money to start angus-and-Brahman herd. He now has 170 cattle and believes he’s well on the way to paying off his costs.
- The Sugar Research Institute has planted 175 different varieties of sugar cane in an experimental crop aimed at finding which variety will be most frost resistant.
- Bill Browning, a young man from Narromine, NSW, has made a 6 minute short film that’s gaining traction online. In it, Browning talks about the experience of finding his father after committing suicide. He hopes the film will help with awareness for rural communities.