Mt Sanford

Mt Sanford is a beautiful place to live and work. It is a scenic property, featuring a lovely homestead surrounded by trees.

Cattle 22,000 head
Breeders 8,000 head
Land 249,700 hectares
Country Open black soil, undulating country with patches of rock. Pasture species including native Sorghum, Flinders, Mitchell and blue grasses.  There are a number of creek systems on the property and the Victoria River runs to the east.

Station Managers Paul & Kate Watts

Paul and Kate, along with their three daughters, commenced with Heytesbury in 2016 after several years in the Pilbara region.

They started out managing our Moolooloo Station, before a short transfer to our Pigeon Hole Station in June 2020, and have now taken over the reigns at our Mt Sanford Station as of December 2020.

Both met and commenced their experience on northern stations in the East Kimberley region of WA and after a number of years working in other professions were drawn back into the pastoral industry to follow their passion.

“We wanted to join a Company that valued good quality, well handled cattle and offered a long term career in the pastoral industry”