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Cattle Stations Australia

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Usually located on vast tracts of land in the centre, north and western areas of the continent, Australian cattle stations are measured more often in thousands of square kilometres rather than hectares or acres. Some pastoral stations are larger than countries in Europe and are home to more cattle than people. It is a tough life raising cattle for Australian and export beef markets and only resilient, tough people are suited to the work.

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Image #1. Cattle Stations Australia Suplejack Downs cattle station is located in the remote Tanami region of the northern Territory. The outback property is owned by Bill and Letty Cook and their family and cattle are raised for the domestic beef market and the live export trade. The Cook family out riding - Bill and Letty Cook

Image #2. Cattle Stations Australia Suplejack Downs cattle station is located in the remote Tanami region of the northern Territory. The outback property is owned by Bill and Letty Cook and their family and cattle are raised for the domestic beef market and the live export trade

Image #3. Cattle Stations Australia Killarney Station, northern territory

Image #4. Cattle Stations Australia Cattle drink from the river at Bullo River station, a pastoral property that combines ecotourism and adventure, in the remote west of northern Australia. story: Bullo River station. Outback cattle man.

Image #5. Cattle Stations Australia Suplejack Downs cattle station is located in the remote Tanami region of the northern Territory. The outback property is owned by Bill and Letty Cook and their family and cattle are raised for the domestic beef market and the live export trade The Cook family going riding

Image #6. Cattle Stations Australia Manager, palumpa cattle station

Image #7. Cattle Stations Australia The Bottle Tree stock camp at Bullo River station, NT

Image #8. Cattle Stations Australia Stockmen saddle up to go out mustering cattle on an Outback property in northern Australia. aircraft cattle muster

Image #9. Cattle Stations Australia Suplejack Downs cattle station is located in the remote Tanami region of the northern Territory. The outback property is owned by Bill and Letty Cook and their family and cattle are raised for the domestic beef market and the live export trade. Bill Cook repairs a leaky valve in a water trough

Image #10. Cattle Stations Australia Coodardie Brahman stud owned by the O'Brien family, south of Mataranka in the Northern Territory. Mike and Claire O'Brien with daughter Moira and her sons Caleb (blue shirst) and Anton (green). They breed and brow Brahman cows and bulls for sale to cattle properties

Image #11. Cattle Stations Australia Eucalypt, spinifex and escarpment country around Nelson Springs and Mistake Creek cattle stations, neat the Western Australian border on the Top End side. Spinifex and rock

Image #12. Cattle Stations Australia Eucalypt, spinifex and escarpment country around Nelson Springs and Mistake Creek cattle stations, neat the Western Australian border on the Top End side. Nelson Springs station

Image #13. Cattle Stations Australia Suplejack Downs cattle station is located in the remote Tanami region of the northern Territory. The outback property is owned by Bill and Letty Cook and their family and cattle are raised for the domestic beef market and the live export trade

Image #14. Cattle Stations Australia Suplejack Downs cattle station is located in the remote Tanami region of the northern Territory. The outback property is owned by Bill and Letty Cook and their family and cattle are raised for the domestic beef market and the live export trade. Bill Cook looks over the station from Wireless Hill

Image #15. Cattle Stations Australia Eucalypt, spinifex and escarpment country around Nelson Springs and Mistake Creek cattle stations, neat the Western Australian border on the Top End side. Spinifex rock escarpment - feral animal culling campaign - outback stockyards

Image #16. Cattle Stations Australia Eucalypt, spinifex and escarpment country around Nelson Springs and Mistake Creek cattle stations, neat the Western Australian border on the Top End side.

Image #17. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #18. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven. Kalala Social Club

Image #19. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #20. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #21. Cattle Stations Australia Aerial view of country south of Darwin and west of Katherine - escarpment country towards Victoria River - Coolibah station

Image #22. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #23. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #24. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #25. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #26. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #27. Cattle Stations Australia Cave Creek Station, near Mataranka in the Northern Territory is home to the Sullivan family who raise cattle for the live export market. cattle beef livestock pastoral family business the Waterhouse River - Jim Sullivan at the wheel of his Landcruiser ute

Image #28. Cattle Stations Australia Springvale cattle station in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia. primary industry livestock beef pastoral outback aerial - homestead area architecture

Image #29. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #30. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #31. Cattle Stations Australia Beef cattle production at Kalala station in the Northern Territory, Australia, 600 kms south of Darwin. The station is operated by Raymond and Pam Murphy and their children Tossa and Amanda, and Cecily and Steven.

Image #32. Cattle Stations Australia Victoria River District of the Northern Territory, Australia - at the end of the dry season. Limbunyah Station. landscape remote outback aerial

Image #33. Cattle Stations Australia cattle station in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia. aerial arid landscape dry

Image #34. Cattle Stations Australia outback catle property from the air - cattle tracks leading to a watering point

Image #35. Cattle Stations Australia Cattle are mustered on Springvale Station in the Channel Country of western Queensland. homestead and buildings

Image #36. Cattle Stations Australia Watering point in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia. primary industry livestock beef pastoral outback export aerial landscape arid water tank trough

Image #37. Cattle Stations Australia Windmill and water hole in the Channel country of western Queensland. Beef cattle are produced for the export market. landscape aerial dam water

Image #38. Cattle Stations Australia Cattle muster - two paddocks - one where cattle have passed by. beef texture

Image #39. Cattle Stations Australia Cattle station in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia. primary industry livestock beef pastoral outback gate

Image #40. Cattle Stations Australia Springvale cattle station in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia. primary industry livestock beef pastoral outback export aerial landscape arid water windmill

 

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