Wave Hill/Cattle Creek
Located 400km South of Katherine in the Victoria River District of the Northern Territory.
Wave Hill/Cattle Creek is the company’s largest station stretching over 1.2 million hectares. It is a breeding property, using Grey Brahman, Charolais and Charbray bulls. Traditionally Wave Hill supplies the live export market but stock can be moved south into Queensland if required. A Cessna 182T plane is used for bore runs and mustering. Mustering on the ground is done on horseback. Average rainfall is approx. 713mm per year.
Approx. 60,000 head of cattle.
Manager: Jeff and Netta McInnerney
Morstone Downs Station is approximately 176,000 hectares and is located in Queensland near Camooweal.
It is a breeding property with Brahman and Brahman/Charbray cross cattle. Weaner steers are moved to Oban for finishing. Morstone runs approximately 15,000 head of cattle. Mustering is done on horseback. Average rainfall is approx. 476mm per year.
Manager: Ian & Kerry Fletcher
Oban Station is approximately 261,000 hectares and is located 90km South-West of Mt Isa. Oban is a bullock depot turning out thousands of prime grass fed bullocks each year. Mustering is done on horseback and motorbikes. Average rainfall is approx. 435mm per year and runs approx 10,000 head of cattle.
Manager: Grant Lowe and Elisa Gaylard
Magowra Station is approximately 294,000 hectares and is located in Queensland’s Gulf Country near Normanton. The Bynoe and Flinders Rivers flow through Magowra. Burke & Wills Camp 119 on the Little Bynoe River is a heritage listed site.
Magowra is a breeding property (approx 30,000 head) using both Droughtmaster and Brahman bulls. Steers and surplus heifers are moved to either our growing or fattening blocks.
Mustering is done on horseback. The average rainfall is approx. 775mm per year.
Manager: Bruce & Laura Nicholas
Allendale Station is approximately 21,000 hectares and is located in the Augathella district. Average rainfall is approx. 485mm per year.
Allendale is primarily used as a backgrounding property for cattle coming from our northern breeding properties such as Morstone and Magowra. Some forage crops (oats and sorghum) are grown when season permits. All mustering is done on motorbikes.
Manager: Peter Denton
Eurella Station is approximately 22,000 hectares and is located 54km West of Roma near Muckadilla and averages approx. 760mm of rainfall each year.
Eurella is a breeding property using Angus, Senagus and Charolais bulls. Oats and sorghum are grown for forage when the seasons permit. All mustering is done on motor bikes.
Manager: Matt & Jacqui Macdonald