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Pincally Station is the home to Matt and Zanna Gale and their three daughters Bella, Lucy and Millie.
Pincally Station was originally settled in early 1900’s by the Moyle family, and consists of 65, 893 hectares of grazing land under Western Lands Lease. It has been owned by the Gale family since 1990. The rugged Mount Arrowsmith Hills, named by Sturt during his expedition through he region, form a backdrop to the property and homestead.
The property consists of mainly sand hill country interspersed with seasonal creeks and box swamps. Vegetation consists of summer grasses, winter herbages and wild flowers when in season. There are many varieties of native animals and birds including, kangaroo’s, emu’s, sand goanna’s, wedge tail eagles, finches, and budgies just to name a few.
Wool, lamb and beef are the primary products grown on Pincally. Stock work is carried out at various times of the year. These times include shearing, calf making and sale of livestock. Pincally is currently managed under organic guidelines and has been for the past 5 years. Organics were introduced to the property to utilize the clean, green environment we live in.
Theldarpa is a 50000 ha sheep and cattle property located in the heart of the Corner Country, little more than a half hour drive west of Milparinka along the Hawker Gate Road. It is owned by the Sandow family who have lived in the area for thirty years, and is home to Sarah and David.
The homestead and accommodation places are located on the confluence of two local creek systems which meet to form the historic Yandama Creek. In the early days of settlement in the Corner Country the creek formed part of the track from Mt Browne to the Transcontinental Railway at Farina, in South Australia and was used by Afghan camel teams as well as miners from Mt Browne. The remains of a historic wool-scour and shearing shed can still be found on the creek.
Pimpara Lake Station is a working sheep and cattle property located in the Corner Country of outback New South Wales. Sturt's Steps touring route passes through the station.
They have several beautiful ephemeral lakes (they don't always have water), sand dunes and abundant bird and other wild life. They like to share their property with visitors, especially when the lakes are full. Travellers with pets are welcome. There is plenty of timber for campfires, yabbies are plentiful in season from station dams and some of the lakes, and there are scenic drives and walks. Children might like to try sand boarding on a sand-dune, beach cricket or even kite flying (bring your own kits or make them!). Family pets include lambs and ponies to pat.