Ti Tree lease

The Territory intends to increase horticulture in the Ti Tree region and provide economic development through granting a lease of a parcel of land for horticultural development.

Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitably qualified individuals or enterprises to enter into a lease to develop a profitable and sustainable horticulture enterprise at Ti Tree Horticulture Research Farm, near the town of Ti Tree have closed.

The 9.4 hectare property features:

  • power, water, sewer and telecommunications in situ
  • underground mains with licensed annual water allocation of 76 ML from a 5.3 L/s bore
  • existing grape trellis, windbreak trees and infrastructure
  • previous crops include grapes, asparagus, melons, cucurbits, citrus, stone fruit, mangoes, cut flowers, onions.
  • This EOI seeks proposals from interested parties wanting to undertake development of the area that will:
  • grow the existing horticultural industry in the Ti Tree region;
  • provide the necessary improvements to support the use and development of the land for irrigated horticultural purposes;
  • respond adequately to the opportunities and constraints of the land;
  • provide opportunities for local industry;
  • demonstrate sustainable use of the land; and
  • an effective business model.

For more information

Email : landlease.dpir@nt.gov.au.

Registrations closed on 25 November 2016.

Last updated: 12 October 2017