Burindi Station

Burindi Station Details

Region Northern New South Wales
Property Type Cattle breeding and opportunity fattening
Land Size 8,328 ha
Carrying Capacity Approximately 70,000 DSE
Average Annual Rainfall 692 mm/year
Purchased 2008
Staff 4

Set in the hills of the New England Region of New South Wales, Burindi Station is a central component to Paraway Pastoral’s cattle breeding operations in Northern New South Wales. Purchased in 2008, the 8,330 hectare property breeds Angus cattle.  The nearby Wiranya property, comprising 1,620ha, was purchased and added to the operation in 2016

Burindi is comprised of gently rolling slopes and alluvial river flats that range from open to lightly timbered country.  Its pastures are a diverse mix of annual and perennial native and introduced pasture species, with forage crops to cover the winter feed gap.  With double frontage to the Manilla River and bordered by Barraba Creek, the property is consistently and effectively watered.

The property’s landscape provides a charming setting for the staff that call Burindi home.  Also, located only a stone’s throw from the town of Barraba and an easy distance from vibrant Tamworth, the staff at Burindi enjoy comfortable on-farm living coupled with convenient access to the wider community.