In 2017 the property was sold by Peter and Pol Edmunds. The Edmunds are relatives of the De Pledge family who had owned the property since the 1940s. The 94,000-hectare (232,279-acre) property stocked with 4,500 head of droughtmaster cattle was bought by the Sale family who also have an interest in Bulka, Yougawalla, and Margaret River Stations.
- "Rams for Pastoral Areas.". Western Mail. Perth, Western Australia: National Library of Australia. 22 May 1941. p. 37. Retrieved 22 January 2012.
- Matt Brann (13 January 2017). "De Pledge family sells Mandora cattle station south of Broome". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 18 March 2017.
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