Welcome back to Warrawagine

Host: Warrawagine Cattle Co.
Written by Robin Mills – Owner, Warrawagine Cattle Company.

G’day from everyone here at Warrawagine Cattle Co. This year I have joined forces with Jacinta over at Wallal and together we hope to share with you all of the exciting things that have been going on at Wallal and Warrawagine.

4.1A section from one of the pivots.

I think its pretty safe to say a lot has changed since last checking into Central Station, it’s been a busy few months with many new job titles added to the resume, we’ve been building sheds, clearing land at Wallal, constructing center pivots, putting in new watering points, establishing new staff accommodation, and now we are well into the 2014 mustering season.

4.2Building the new shed.

4.3All parked up.

4.4Pivot one half seeded.


We are nearly half way through mustering here at Warrawagine – we have completed all of the breeder cattle that live in the paddocks around the homestead yards and are now onto our first area of bush mustering out at Myola, which is about 40km from the homestead.

4.6Yarding up at the homestead yards.

4.7On the home straight.

4.8Walking cows and calves back to their paddock.

4.9 Portable setup at Myola.

We have two more musters to do into the yards at Myola we will be finished just in time for the Marble Bar Races and Ball! After that weekend we pack up our bags and swags and move to our first bush camp site for the year Woodie Woodie. We spend nearly six weeks camping out and mustering into the portable yards, we are very lucky to be able to come home most weekends to process the sale cattle picked up from the past week of mustering and get to do a bit of washing and restocking while we are at it.

4.10Bush camp at Carrawine Gorge.