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Stanbroke is a family owned and operated Australian cattle and beef business. Operating 7 cattle stations in the Gulf of Carpentaria, our Properties team manage approximately 200,000 head of cattle. The company is vertically integrated with backgrounding operations in Southern Queensland, a state-of-the-art cattle feedlot, fully accredited beef processing facility and global beef marketing capabilities working in conjunction to bring market leading beef to consumers.

Job Type:



Salary role, commensurate with experience


Immediate Start


Until Position Filled

Job Description:

  • We are actively recruiting for an experienced Helicopter Pilot to join our Gulf Aircraft team operating R22 machines.

  • You will be based at Kamilaroi Station, located 180km north of Cloncurry in North Queensland comprising over 650,000 acres – primarily operating as a Wagyu breeding operation. 

Key Tasks, Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Reporting to the General Manager – Properties Livestock, our Helicopter Pilots are responsible for the execution of aerial mustering and scouting programs across our northern operations.

Job Requirements:

To be successful in this role, you will have;

  • Helicopter Pilots licence (incl. current medical)

  • Low level rating

  • Mustering endorsement

  • Demonstratable mustering experience

  • Minimum 1000 hours

  • Previous operational experience with cattle

  • Previous experience in Low Stress Stock Handling

Job Benefits:

  • Stanbroke is looking for applicants who are interested in their next career opportunity. With positive growth, this position will offer opportunities of training and professional development for a long-term career within Stanbroke.

  • This position is being offered with a salary role, commensurate with experience, new housing and meals.

If you have the skills, endorsements, flying time and experience required we are keen to hear from you. To apply, applicants will present with a current resume and relevant working references to Jess at

Stanbroke 20231102

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