Glenfalloch Station has a history of producing high quality Australian wool and beef, stretching back to the 1800’s.
Located at the base of The Alpine National Park (Victoria, Australia) Glenfalloch expands over more than 12,000 acres of pristine freehold land, amidst one of Australia’s most picturesque landscapes.
The farm is approximately 25km long and enjoys double frontage, to the Macalister River, surrounded by native wilderness in the sheltered Macalister River Valley.
- Region: Gippsland, Victoria, Australia
- Enterprise Mix: 1000 Angus Cows, 2,500 Fine Wool Merino
- Land size: 12,000 acres / 4860 ha
- Currently carrying: approximately 25,000 DSE
- Average Annual Rainfall: 620mm/year
Currently owned by the Paul family and managed by Dane Martin, Glenfalloch Station was previously held by the Gilder family for 101 years.
The business is focused on producing premium quality beef, lamb and wool using best practice management systems balanced with the principle of environmental sustainability.