NT property Broadmere Station is on the market, being offered through an expression of interest process closing on July 26.
The 259,000 hectare (639,989 acre) pastoral lease is being offered with immediate access for livestock.
Broadmere is located about 170km east of Daly Waters and has direct access to the sealed Carpentaria Highway.
Marketing agent Geoff Warriner, JLL Agribusiness, said while an established pastoral enterprise, Broadmere also featured unique natural features underpinned by the renowned sandstone 'Lost City' providing tangible opportunities for eco-tourism development and conservation.
"It has been thoughtfully developed to represent a productive holding underpinned by practical operational infrastructure, secure water resources and diverse land and soil types," Mr Warriner said.
"Following a favourable wet season, the property is available for immediate access for livestock to the successful purchaser."
Broadmere's water infrastructure is underpinned by four bores complimented by numerous permanent and semi-permanent natural water holes in the Limmen Bight River and Lansen and October creeks.
Broadmere is offered for sale on bare basis by expression of interest, closing on July 26 if not sold prior.
This follows the sale of the remote NT station, Suplejack Downs, for $21 million last week.