Wajarri Yamatiji Consent Determination

By Frances | October 23, 2017

On Thursday the 19th of October Wooleen Station was honoured to host the consent determination of native title for the Wajarri Yamatji people. The legal process for recognising the Wajarri Yamatji people as the traditional owners has been underway for 22 years and the on-country Federal Court hearing finally acknowledged their connection to 68,743 square…

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Dingos and the management of Total Grazing Pressure

By Frances | May 7, 2017
Dingo in the Rangelands

As ex-sheep producers we realise  there will be a fair bit of angst regarding our stance on dingos. We have not taken the decision to include dingos in our management lightly. It’s resulted from years of observing grazing impacts and landscape function. Just to be clear at the outset, it is not the dingos themselves…

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Brand New Homestead Bathrooms

By Frances | January 26, 2017
Wooleen Guest Bathroom Renovated in 2017

Wooleen Station is pleased to announce two brand new homestead bathrooms in 2017. The historic Wooleen Homestead was built in 1918 by the Sharpe family and is listed by the national trust as a building of significance. Over the last 99 years all the custodians of the Wooleen Homestead (Sharpe, Burton and Pollock) have gone…

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Angry Ant Australian Gin

By Frances | March 22, 2016
Angry Ant Gin

A new premium gin has been launched in Victoria by Bass and Flinders Distillery. Inspired by the flora and fauna found on Wooleen Station this gin has been triple distilled in small batches using an Alembic Pot Still. Wooleen Station has provided the perfect environment for Bass and Flinders distillers to source a wide range of Australian native botanicals. This…

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Murchison River Camping

By Frances | June 11, 2013
Camping in Murchison, WA

Immerse yourself in the starlit serenity of the new Wooleen Station Murchison River Camping, perched on the edge of the stunning Murchison River. Wooleen Station is pleased to announce the opening of their new Riverside Campgrounds; a camping experience never offered on the 127-year-old station before. The four exclusive sites have been developed in line…

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Australia wins Square Kilometre Array

By Frances | May 30, 2012

  Researchers and international astronomy groups are celebrating after hearing that Australia will share in hosting the world’s largest telescope – the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). The decision was made on the 25th of May by members in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Australia will share the project with South Africa who has also spent considerable time over the last…

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