Who owns Amungee Mungee station?

Since a private investment company bought the property, 80 kilometres east of Daly Waters, it has come a long way. Graziers Adrian and Emma Brown, in partnership with BB Retail Capital, bought the 3,000 square kilometre station in April 2014 for $6.5 million.

Who owns Walhallow station?

Brett Blundy
An Australian billionaire businessman has purchased two cattle stations in the Northern Territory. Retail magnate Brett Blundy, along with pastoralists Adrian and Emma Brown, have bought Walhallow and Cresswell Downs leases from the Macquarie Group’s Paraway Pastoral.

Where is beetaloo?

Beetaloo Station is situated about 48 kilometres (30 mi) north east of Elliott and 295 kilometres (183 mi) south west of Borroloola.

Where is Walhallow?

LOCATION: Walhallow is located on the Barkly Tablelands about 227 kilometres north west of Elliott and238 kilometres north east of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory.

Who owns beetaloo?

Origin Energy
Beetaloo is an onshore shale gas field located in the Beetaloo Basin, approximately 180km south-east of Katherine in the Northern Territory, Australia. The field is being developed by Origin Energy (70%, operator) and Falcon Oil and Gas (30%) in a joint venture (JV) under the Beetaloo Exploration project.

How big is the Beetaloo Basin?

28,000 km2
The Beetaloo Sub-basin is approximately 500km south-east of Darwin in the NT. It lies between Katherine, 100 km to the north, and Tennant Creek, 250 km to the south. The Stuart Highway bisects the sub-basin from north to south (Figure 1). The sub-basin covers 28,000 km2 and comprises mainly of vast, rolling plains.

Who is the largest landowner in Australia?

magnate Gina Rinehart
The mining magnate Gina Rinehart is Australia’s biggest landholder, controlling more than 9.2m hectares, or 1.2% of the entire landmass of the country, according to data compiled by Guardian Australia.

Is petroleum a shale gas?

Shale gas refers to natural gas that is trapped within shale formations. Shales are fine-grained sedimentary rocks that can be rich sources of petroleum and natural gas. The production of natural gas from shale formations has rejuvenated the natural gas industry in the United States.

Who owns Newry?

the Consolidated Pastoral Company
Newry Station is a 2,500 square kilometres (965 sq mi) pastoral lease in the Northern Territory of Australia. It adjoins the Territory’s border with Western Australia and is operated as a cattle station by the Consolidated Pastoral Company (CPC).

Where is Amungee Mungee Station in New South Wales?

It is situated about 132 kilometres (82 mi) north east of Elliott and 240 kilometres (149 mi) south west of Borroloola. The property surrounds the Bullwaddy Conservation Reserve to the north, south and west. The station abuts Tanumbirini Station to the north east, Beetaloo to the south east, Shenandoah to the west and Nutwood Downs to the north.

How many head of cattle does Amungee Mungee have?

Amungee Mungee Station was restocked with 10,000 head breeder cattle, mainly bought from Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) late last year. While muster has not yet started on Amungee Mungee Station, Mr Brown said with the progeny of the breeder cows bought last year, he expected the herd to have increased to about 18,000 head of cattle.

When did Adrian Brown buy Amungee Mungee Station?

Graziers Adrian and Emma Brown, in partnership with BB Retail Capital, bought the 3,000 square kilometre station in April 2014 for $6.5 million. Mr Brown has overseen major fencing and water projects, as well as building a new homestead with a house, workers’ quarters and sheds.

Who was the first person to own Amungee Mungee?

In 1883 Harold Murray Bathern known Bullwaddy Bates droved a herd of cattle to Brunette Downs Station. Bates and George Bostock took up Beetaloo Station with Bates leaving the property to Bates after he walked off the property. In 1968 the block of land now known as Amungee Mungee was put up for ballot and was won by Jeff and Cooee Hills.