This 445,400ha breeding property is run in conjunction with Newcastle Waters, situated 160 km away. Comprising 60 per cent open bloodwood forest and 40 per cent lancewood and bullwaddy, Dungowan can carry 17,600 head, branding up to 5,000 calves a year.

After weaning, steers are trucked to either Queensland finishing properties for growing out, sent to neighbouring Newcastle Waters.





Jeremy & Kate
Joined CPC in

Jeremy and Kate moved to Dungowan Station at the start of April 2023 from Newcastle Waters Station. Prior to Newcastle Waters the couple were at Carlton Hill and Manbulloo Station.

Jeremy grew up in southern NSW and moved to the NT in 2014 as a Station Hand on the Barkly Tablelands. After three years and looking for a change he started with CPC at Manbulloo Station in 2017 as the Leading Hand. He then progressed to Head Stockperson at Carlton Hill Station in 2018. 2020 bought a transfer to Newcastle Waters as the Overseer and soon became the Assistant Manager. In April 2023, Jeremy and Kate moved to Dungowan as Manager and Managers Assistant.

Kate grew up on a cattle property 300km south of Alice Springs. After finishing high school Kate worked on the property for two years before moving to Alice Springs as a receptionist for a Plumbing company. Wanting to move closer to Jeremy Kate took on a role in Tennant Creek working in the butcher shop. Wanting to go back in the agriculture scene Jeremy and Kate applied with CPC at Manbulloo Station. Kate started as the Nanny and soon become the Station Secretary at Carlton Hill and Newcastle Waters.