"After working for Heytesbury in the NT for a season, then going back to NSW, I found a job on a cattle station in Central Qld through RFTTEJOBS.
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Part of the Harvest Road Group, Harvest Road Beef is a complete end-to-end pastoral and processing business.
Their pastoral operation spans six iconic stations, each with its own unique history, character and geography, across 1.3 million hectares of remote, pristine North Western Australia.
Formed in 2015, Bindaree Food Group is an integrated supply chain protein business which possesses a shared vision for delivering tailored solutions from the paddock through to the plate. They take pride in the experience and passion of their people, pairing this with a unique flavour that is brought to their products and relationships.
As a world leading producer of beef and agricultural products and Australia’s largest beef producer, AACo has a long and proud history.
Diversifying operations into a vertically integrated agribusiness, backed by a solid history of sustainability and growth.
Heytesbury Cattle Co. is one of North Australia’s leading producers of quality export cattle and is proud to have been supplying Asian markets with safe and nutritious beef for over 30 years. With 6 stations spanning 2.7m ha across the NT and the eastern Kimberley region of WA.
Lord Pastoral near Richmond in NW Queensland is owned by Ardie and Kacie Lord and operated as a family business with a strong focus on surrounding themselves with people who are committed to a career on the land and encouraging in their staff, a love of the land and the animals that are a part of the business.
If you'd like to get access to over 100,000 like-minded people interested in Agriculture, who also have mates with similar interests (don't ever under estimate the power word of mouth has!) then advertise your cattle station jobs right here, send me a note via the email below and let's have a chat.
Pardoo Beef Corporation is leading a shared investment of $200 million in the Pilbara region to develop a world-class West Australian Wagyu beef industry.
Pardoo Beef Corporation owns and manages a number of properties across Western Australia.
The Tipperary Group is comprised of Tipperary Station, Litchfield Station and Douglas West Station, and is focused on large-scale cattle backgrounding and breeding, cattle agistment, live export quarantine, fodder production, tourism and events and conservation.
For over 90 years, Te Mania Angus genetics have played a pivotal role in the Angus shift to become the most sought after breed in Australasia, at every level of the beef production chain. Properties include Tara Station , QLD & Stapleton Station, NT.
WALHALLOW & AMUNGEE
Walhallow and Amungee Mungee Stations in the NT have undergone innovative, large-scale, water infrastructure developments to increase their carrying capacity significantly and transition to a more intensive production system than previously seen on the Barkly and Carpentaria regions.
TE MANIA ANGUS
Jumbuck has 11 properties across SA, NSW, WA & NT, running sheep and cattle on large stations. They offer the unique opportunity to live and work on the land, develop skills and advance careers.
Rangers Valley perfect positioning provides optimal conditions for cattle. Situated in the pristine New England Tablelands at an altitude of 3,300 feet, Rangers Valley provides a picturesque, stress free, cool climate environment with abundant rainfall.
Paraway runs 27 properties, with the capacity to carry over 200K cattle and 240K sheep., including cropping for the production of hay, silage and grain crops for external sales & feeding livestock.
PLB operates 3 contract mustering camps generally with 30+ staff members throughout the Kimberley, Pilbara NT and QLD. Mustering is done with motorbikes, catchers and some horse work. With both feral and educated cattle being handled throughout the season.
Paspaley's holdings include properties in NSW & NT.
As with pearling, Paspaley’s agricultural endeavours are characterised by a quest for optimising efficiencies while never compromising quality.
Hewitt Cattle Australia is recognised as a leader in the Australian agricultural industry with 40 years’ experience in grazing assets throughout QLD, as well as Central Australia and NSW.
MDH Pty Ltd
MDH is privately owned and operated with a stable of 13 stations across 3.36m ha in QLD from the Cape York Peninsula to the Darling Downs. Offering training in Agriculture, Animal husbandry, cattle handling, Horsemanship + more.
Gulf Coast Agricultural Co. is a privately-owned pastoral enterprise raising more than 100,000 head of pure Brahman cattle across 1,070,100 hectares of land in the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland, Australia.
The North Australian Pastoral Company (NAPCO) is one of Australia’s largest and privately owned cattle companies, commencing operations in 1877.
NAPCO currently manages over 6.1 million hectares, in both QLD and the NT.
If you'd like to get access to over 100,000 like-minded people who also have mates with similar interests (don't ever under estimate the power word of mouth has!) then advertise your cattle station jobs right here, send me a note via the email below and let's have a chat.
Adzuna is a search engine for job ads that lists every job, everywhere. They bring together millions of ads so you can find every job, everywhere - including farm and cattle station jobs!
I started Ringers From The Top End (RFTTE.com) in 2007 as a Facebook Group to find old mates. A decade or so later I've found more mates than I'd bargained for! The group now has over 80,000 followers across FB, Instagram & Twitter.
My time at Carlton Hill in the East Kimberley was a formative one, and one that I think all Australians should experience
for a season or two... or a lifetime.
I am passionate about creating awareness in helping people find employment on cattle stations and the rural industry in general... and I'm very proud that 100's have done so over the years via RFTTE. I've now put them all in one place here on RFTTEJOBS.com
People from around the globe come to RFTTE not only to find a job, but get advice for working on a station, to have a laugh, find old mates, to share advice, post photographs and video of their experiences and lots more, so come and have a chat at
You can also learn about how RFTTE was named and the back story in the FarmWeekly article.
Hooroo for now,
Simon | Founder | RFTTE.com