Cane Toad Coalition – 13 October 2019

Watch the bulletin that was featured on Channel 9 News here.

New population of aquatic carnivorous plant found in the Kimberley – 2 May 2019

Scientists have discovered a new population of the critically endangered waterwheel plant after a 10-year search. Read here.

Kimberley cattlewoman given Order of Australia – 29 Jan 2019

Kimberley pastoralist Susan Bradley has been recognised for her contribution to the cattle industry, and the wider Kimberley community, with an Order of Australia Medal. Listen here.

Success for Dunkeld Pastoral Co Pty Ltd Quoll Breeding Program - 18 September 2018

Dunkeld Pastoral Co. is thrilled to announce the arrival of six baby eastern quolls. Extinct on mainland Australia, this is an exciting step in the breeding partnership with the Tasmanian Quoll Conservation Program. Read more.


Media Appearances

Kimberley’s ancient environmental past a click away - 14 November 2018

The environmental and climate history of the past 60,000 years of Australia’s Kimberley region is set to be uncovered by a multidisciplinary team led by a University of Queensland scientist. Read more.

First helicopter drops of cane toad sausages prompt design tweak - 16 June 2018

Stinky sausages made of cane toad flesh have been scattered from helicopters in a wide-scale trial that researchers hope will give native animals a fighting chance. Read more.

Core company values the weigh forward for Dunkeld Pastoral - June 27, 2018

The son of a butcher, one of Australia’s most famous barristers, Allan Myers has built an empire in and around his hometown of Dunkeld. Read more.