Maxwell (Max) Brown is the Ray White specialist for all types of rural property sales and acquisitions and related services in the Wimmera and South West.
Operating from a base at Halls Gap where he resides with his wife and family, Max holds a full Real Estate license and regards central and south west Victoria as his "back paddock".
Running up about 80,000 km a year on the road, Max can be out west around Edenhope or working in the local districts around Horsham, Stawell and even Halls Gap where he lives on an acreage out of town. Running 750 crossbred ewes and 20 head of cattle, Max originally graduated from Toolgan Vale training farm Scone and C.B. Alexander College in N.S.W.
Previously with Ruralco Property for 13 years, Max has a sound understanding of Western Victoria agriculture practices and needs.
Max can be contacted on 0429 854772 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Horsham Rural City Shire
The Rural City of Horsham is a local government area in Victoria, Australia, located in the western part of the state. It covers an area of 4,267 square kilometres (1,647 sq mi) and in June 2018, had a population of 19,875. It includes the towns of Brimpaen, Dadswells Bridge, Dooen, Haven, Horsham, Laharum, Natimuk, Noradjuha and Pimpinio. It was formed in 1995 by the amalgamation of the City of Horsham, most of the Shire of Wimmera and Shire of Arapiles, and part of the Shire of Kowree.
The Rural City is governed and administered by the Horsham Rural City Council; its seat of local government and administrative centre is located at the council headquarters in Horsham. The Rural City is named after the main urban settlement located in the north-east of the LGA, that is Horsham, which is also the LGA's most populous urban centre with a population of 16,514.
The city was winner of Australia's tidiest town in 2001. There is a shopping precinct that offers coffee shops and restaurants. Horsham is the capital of the region and hosts events from sport to cultural interests. The Horsham golf course is known as country Victoria's best, as awarded from the pro-am circuit. The region is the site of lakes and a Wimmera River system and in normal seasons is popular with fishing, boating, swimming and water enthusiasts.
About Southern Grampians Shire
The Southern Grampians Shire is a leading, innovative and creative community offering many opportunities with the best of country living.
With a population of 16,488, the Southern Grampians Shire covers an area of 6,652 square kilometres. Hamilton is the main retail and service centre supported by the nine surrounding townships of Balmoral, Branxholme, Byaduk, Cavendish, Coleraine, Dunkeld, Glenthompson, Penshurst and Tarrington.
About West Wimmera Shire
Situated along the Victorian-South Australian border, West Wimmera covers 9,200 square kilometres of predominantly agricultural land and includes the townships of Apsley, Edenhope, Harrow, Goroke, Kaniva and Serviceton.
Home to about 3800 people, the region prides itself in its welcoming communities and a wide diversity of industry and environment.
Consisting of untouched desert parks, vast wetlands and fertile plains, West Wimmera is equally known for its acres of wheat and legumes, and as a home to the famous Malleefowl, red-tail black cockatoo and a unique abundance of wildflowers.
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