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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 26,630
Persons: 1 - 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 24849
Region: Queensland

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Last Updated: June 6, 2018

We live south east of Cunnamulla in South West Queensland, 8 hours west of Brisbane, accessible by bus or plane. We are 100 kilometers from the nearest shop, there is no mobile phone coverage but we do have internet which you can access. We grow sheep for wool, beef cattle and range land goats and all graze on natural pastures. Helpers stay in the homestead with their own room and bathroom and all meals provided.
Daily jobs on the station may include mustering on motorbikes, fencing, domestic duties, feeding dogs and chooks(chickens), gardening and general property maintenance all depending on your level of experience.
We have 3 adult children, one of our daughters Amy is married and has a new baby boy, Charlie and they live in Cunnamulla and visits regularly, the other Sally is a Dr and works away and visits when she can & our son Ben and his wife Andrea manage our other property 60 kilometers away which we work on too.
It is polocross time now ( June to September ) Jim, Ben & Andrea all play and so there are horses that need working.
We enjoy meeting new people from around the world and introducing them to our way of life and our aim would be to give you a taste of life on a working station, include you in our daily lives and take you to local events in the district that may be on while you are with us.
Drought conditions require us to hand feed the sheep, cattle,horses and goats at present.

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