STRATHBURN CATTLE STATION Wilderness, wetlands, wildlife, cattle breeding and carbon farming in the middle of Cape York Peninsula,
Australia’s Last Frontier
Cattle station airstrip
cattle station birds
Cattle station parrots
Strathburn Cattle Station is a large-scale breeding property (50km by 50km) with abundant water and feed in the heart of Cape York. Beyond its reliable seasons and the production of thousands of healthy Brahman weaners each year, Strathburn’s wilderness abounds with waterholes, wetlands and wildlife, including barramundi, brolgas, brumbies, crocodiles, eagles, jabiru, jacana, palm cockatoos, saratoga, scrub bulls and feral pigs.
Strathburn Station is situated approximately 129 km North West of Musgrave, and 506 km North West of Mareeba, Tropical North Queensland. Pastoral Holding: 246,049 ha (608,000 acres). Carrying Capacity: Estimated 10,000-15,000 head when fully developed.