Investor Information

Investor Information

Paraway Pastoral Company Limited is a wholly owned operating entity of the Macquarie Pastoral Fund.  The Fund is managed by Macquarie Agricultural Funds Management Limited, which forms part of the Infrastructure & Real Assets division of Macquarie Group Limited.  For further information please visit here.

Since its inception in 2007, Paraway has become one of the largest property owner/operators in Australia, with a combined land holding of over 4.4 million hectares.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2016

    Paraway continues to pursue its strategy of becoming a consistent, reliable supplier of quality livestock, adding its first Victorian property, Beckworth Court a sheep finishing business. 

    In the New England region, Paraway purchases Burmah and a number of surrounding properties to add to its grass finishing capabilities and Aberbaldie, an iconic Angus cattle breeding option in the Walcha area.

    Iconic Queensland cattle stations Rocklands and Tanbar are also added to the portfolio, followed by the acquisition of Paradise and Newstead, intensive grass finishing operations in the Inverell area of Northern NSW.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2015

    The investors in the Macquarie Pastoral Fund, which owns Paraway, agree to a restructure of the fund with the fund converting from fixed term to open ended. This provides Paraway with the opportunity to pursue further growth. 

    Paraway adds Ulonga and Rosevale to its Mungadal aggregation, and realigns its Northern portfolio with the sale of Walhallow in the Northern Territory. 

    The company also relocates its head office from Sydney to the regional centre of Orange in Central NSW.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2012

    Paraway enters a period of consolidation, focusing on maximising the performance of its portfolio of 17 properties.  Current CEO Jock Whittle is appointed to the position in January 2012.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2011

    Paraway expands in Northern NSW with the purchase of Pier Pier, Oxley and Merrimba, increasing both its sheep and cattle operations. Later in the year Paraway rounds out its cattle operation in Northern Australia with the purchase of Malvern Hills and the addition of Springvale to Davenport Downs.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2010

    Paraway augments its operations in NSW, adding Buttabone Station, Buttabone Stud Park, Cooinbil and Mungadal.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2009

    Paraway purchases Walhallow in the Northern Territory and Armraynald, Gregory Downs, Clonagh, and Davenport Downs in Queensland as well as the hay-producing property Gregory Farm.  These Brahman and Brahman X Charbray cattle stations provide a perfect balance between breeding and fattening operations.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2008

    Pooginook grows to include an adjacent property, Stud Park NorthEast Borambil and Steam Plains along with their neighbouring properties are purchased.  Paraway expands into regional Northern NSW with the purchase of Burindi and its neighbour Lugwardine forming the company’s first specialist cattle operation.

  • Sep 20, 2017

    2007

    Paraway begins acquiring land in the Riverina area of New South Wales. Its first acquisitions include two renowned NSW sheep properties; Pooginook near Coleambally and The Bulls Run near Wagga Wagga.