The Russell Pastoral Company has its administrative headquarters in Brisbane, Australia, and operates 2 large aggregations, concentrated in Southern and Central Queensland
Beef Central | James Nason, June 25, 2019 EVERY single one of the major winners of the 2019 RNA Paddock to Palate weight gain competition announced at Mort & Co’s Grassdale feedlot this morning are [...]
Beef Central | James Nason, June 26, 2019 IT would seem to go hand in hand that a property called Champion Station would produce champion cattle. That has certainly been the case for the Russell [...]
Queensland Country Life | 29th Dec 2019 A change in breeding direction with a focus on breeding for hybrid vigour has paid off in spades for Champion Station in the Blackall district. The property is [...]
The stations of Russell Pastoral Company are part of the developing tourism infrastructure which is transforming and opening up the many wonders of the Queensland Outback to visitors. Experience first hand the rich heritage that shaped our nation, meet the people of the Outback and follow in the footsteps of some of Australia’s most famous explorers.
The station of Jimbour is dominated by the impressive structure of Jimbour House, which was originally built in 1874,and remains one of Queensland’s oldest and most stately homes. The House is listed with the Australian Heritage Commission and stages major events throughout the year.The garden of Jimbour is open to the public all year round.
Opera at Jimbour
Opera at Jimbour returns in 2021