|Alexandria, on the Barkly Tableland in the Northern Territory, is NAPCO's largest and oldest property, acquired in 1877.|
The main homestead is on the Playford River with two outstations, one at Soudan on the Rankin River and the other at Gallipoli on the eastern side of the property.
One of the station's unique features is the rolling Mitchell Grass plains interspersed with ancient red sand dunes.
|Location:||218 km north west of Camooweal - Barkly Highway - Northern Territory|
|Operations:||Ross and Robyn have lived on Alexandria since 1991, having spent all their lives in the bush.|
With Gallipoli and Soudan (outstations of Alexandria), over 50 employees live and work here. Important activities at Alexandria include the production of weaners for the Channel Country and bull breeding for the NAPCO herd.
Each year approximately 10,000 bales of hay are harvested on the station for use on other properties in the group.
|Postal Address:||CMB 5|
MOUNT ISA QLD 4825
|Telephone:||08 8964 5565|
|Fax:||08 8964 5566|
|Cattle Numbers:||55 000 head depending on season|
|Area:||1 611 800 hectares|
|Annual Rainfall:||382 mm|