Remuneration: By negotiation based on skills and experience

Job Type: Full Time

  • Must demonstrate developed cattle handling abilities

  • Must be capable on horses

  • Must have HR licence at a minimum

Start Date: Immediate

Job Description: Our client – a family owned and operated grazing company is based on the north western side of Clermont in Central Queensland where they are committed to growing productive livestock along with healthy soils and pastures. A vacancy exists for a suitably Experienced Station Couple to commence work.

  • Duties will include cattle work using both horses and motorbikes, water and lick runs, fencing, machinery maintenance, machinery operating (dozer / grader) and to at times the supervision of station hands in their duties.

  • Ideally, a strong interest and knowledge of rotational grazing practises should be demonstrated. A HR licence is required as a minimum with an MC being ideal.

  • Working dogs are not used on cattle on this property, however applicants can expect that pet dogs and horses are acceptable.

  • The partner within the couple can expect to do a majority of station work however at least one day per week will be focused on domestic / gardening work around the homesteads.


  • Should station work not be suitable for a partner, a more domestic focused role could possibly be negotiated upon application.  

  • Remuneration for this role will be based on both positions being full time (5-6 days per week) and will be negotiated upon application depending on existing skills and abilities.

  • A newly renovated two bedroom cottage on farm is part of the remuneration package, including Wi-Fi access, electricity and beef supplied.

Applicants should present with a current resume, contactable work related referees and current licences to be considered.

Please note that this is a permanent position and not available to Working Holiday Visa Holders.

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