Clonagh is a 120,000 hectare cattle breeding station in the southern gulf region of Queensland. Clonagh, located 80km north of the town of Cloncurry, was aggregated from three original properties upon its purchase by Paraway in 2009.
Clonagh runs 15,000 breeding cows, which are control-mated to carefully selected bulls to turn off crossbred weaners. The station is a mix of native land types ranging from open flat country to timbered areas. It is extensively developed with 30 main grazing paddocks, more than 50 man-made water points and five sets of stock yards. This facilitates mustering and allows for a flexible range of management options to adapt to conditions. Mustering is accomplished seasonally by a dedicated team, largely by horseback but also working on motorbikes or by helicopter.
The homestead complex is well-equipped with staff living, dining and recreation facilities and a school room for the station children.
Peter & Emma Raleigh
PMB 5013 Cloncurry QLD 4824
Tel: (07) 4742 5982
|Property Type||Cattle breeding|
|Land Size||120,000 ha|
|Carrying Capacity||18,200 AE|
|Average Annual Rainfall||543mm / year|