Kirkimbie became part of CPC in 1986.

Located in the southern Victoria River region, 230,400ha Kirkimbie is an equal mix of Flinders and Mitchell grass covered black soil plains and red spinifex country.

Better genetics and supplementation with mineral licks, to overcome dietary phosphorus deficiencies, has seen Kirkimbie revert from a steer depot to a breeding block carrying 11,000 in total. Steers leave the property at 200 kg to 220 kg liveweight for growing out at Carlton Hill and Argyle prior to export or are sent east for finishing on Queensland properties.

The 5,000 head annual turnoff are finished over the border at Carlton Hill or Argyle Stations.


Jimmy Beale
Bunda & Kirkimbie Manager
Joined CPC in

Jimmy moved to Kirkimbie in August 2013 to take on the role of Station Manager. He started at CPC in 2008 as a jackaroo at Nockatunga. Over the years he has worked at Wrotham Park and CPC’s agistment properties near Alice Springs. After completing his pilot’s licence he moved over to Carlton Hill to run the Boat Camp in 2012 and returned as the Overseer before relocating to Kirkimbie.
Jimmy grew up on a property near Roma, QLD and completed his secondary education at Brisbane’s Boys College.