Ucharonidge Station was purchased by CPC in August 2008.

Bought for its similarity to Newcastle Waters and it’s location, this 245,550ha property adjoins Newcastle Waters station to the South and is used as a breeder block with seasonal opportunistic fattening. Predominantly open down country, Ucharonidge also has a mix of bluebush swamps in the south and scattered areas of spinifex and lancewood.

It can run approximately 15,700 head and is operated in conjunction with Newcastle Waters and Dungowan stations.



Mick Hoare & Jana Leppien
Ucharonidge Station Manager
Joined CPC in

Mick & Jana moved to managing Ucharonidge Station in early 2016. Mick joined CPC in 2013 starting at Dungowan Station as Outstation Manager along with his partner Jana.  Mick’s most recent role was on Heytesbury owned Flora Valley and Jana is moving on from the Leading Hand position at Kirkimbie Station, both are looking forward to the challenges ahead.

After completing secondary education in Kingaroy Qld and a period at Dalby Agricultural College, Mick moved to the Gulf to work on Armraynold Station, owned by Colonial at the time.  Leaving the Gulf to work on a smaller family owned cattle property for three years he then looked for a move to a larger operation in the northern cattle industry, and found it at Roebuck Plains Station, just out of Broome in WA.  Here Mick worked in the stock camp for 2 years, before receiving the position as Head Stockman on Flora Valley.