Mt Sanford Station
Surrounded by National Park and Indigenous land on the majority of its boundaries, with access to the Judbarra/Gregory National Park, Mt Sanford’s scenic landscape makes it a beautiful place to live and work.
The natural spring located in Mt Sanford’s Depot Paddock was once the secondary base camp for explorer, Sir Augustus Charles Gregory, who first explored along the Victoria River area in the mid 1800’s.
Paul & Kate Watts
Paul and Kate, along with their three daughters, commenced with Heytesbury Pastoral in 2016, after several years spent in the Pilbara region.
They started their career at Heytesbury Pastoral by managing our Moolooloo Station, before a short transfer to Pigeon Hole Station in June 2020, and then finally taking over the reins at our Mt Sanford Station as of December 2020. Along with managing Mt Sanford, Paul is also the Wild Dog Coordinator, and Kate the Rangelands Coordinator.
Paul first commenced his pastoral career in 2000 as a station hand at Moola Bulla Station, and Kate in 2002 at Rosewood Station. 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.
“Heytesbury is a fantastic family orientated company to work for – quiet achievers with some of the best cattle in the Top End.”