Carlton Hill Station
Carlton Hill and Ivanhoe Station are able to support 50,000 head of cattle including 18,000 Brahman breeders The station is able to turn off 9,000 steers per annum for live export to Asia and the Middle East.
Presently owned by the Consolidated Pastoral Company the station was initially established by Patrick Durack and his brother Michael who founded the station in 1893. By 1901 the station was carrying about 3,000 head of cattle.
The Sidney Kidman company Bovril Australian Estates purchased Carlton Hill in 1909 along with another two stations, one being Northcote and the other in Northern Territory called Victoria River Downs for a total of £200,000.
In 2010, the station manager was Stirling Fearon, who oversaw the 20 strong crew that completed that year's muster. The muster is mostly carried out on horseback using the station stock horses.
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