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Billionaire Gina Rinehart to sell-off 1.8 million hectares of WA and NT cattle stations

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A pair of Kimberley cattle stations covering nearly one million hectares of pastoral lands have gone on the market as part of a larger package of northern properties owned by business magnate Gina Rinehart.

Expressions of interest will open up this month through Elders for seven stations, which fall under the Hancock Agriculture and S.Kidman and Co banners, across Western Australia and the Northern Territory totalling 1,876,000 hectares of land and carrying 108,500 head of cattle.

Gina Rinehart is selling off part of her northern cattle empire.

The 203,142 hectare Nerrima Station south east of Fitzroy Crossing and the Ruby Plains Station and Sturt Creek outstation, which cover a combined 796,134 hectares, south of Halls Creek have been…



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