- Details: DS Pardoo
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PARDOO is in Far North WA near Broome and features (a) Pardoo Station which is a pastoral lease, formerly a sheep station, and now a cattle station approximately 120 kms east of Port Hedland and 121 kms north of Marble Bar, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The property used to be about 250,000 acres in size. It’s on the western end of the Great Sandy Desert where it meets the Indian Ocean at the southern end of the Eighty Mile Beach. Mount Goldsworthy, located on the South Western side of the lease, is the site of the first iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The Pardoo mine, also an iron ore mine, is located in the region, too, and shares the stations name. The station was sold in late 2014 by the Rogers family to a Singaporean-based investor, Bruce Cheung, for A$13.5 m. Cheung’s company, the Pardoo Beef Corporation appointed Eric Golangco as the general manager. At this time the property was running 5,700 head of cattle on 2,000 sqkm. The property also has 60 kms of ocean frontage and has a 145-bay caravan park tourist operation.