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    Princess Royal Station
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    Burra Creek Wines Vineyard

Princess Royal Mine (operated by Princess Royal Mining Co.) began operating on the site in 1845; following this, the land was sold as a sheep station, which means that Princess Royal Station dates back to 1864, having had only a few owners.

The Rowe family has occupied the (roughly) 20,000 acre station since 2000. From the time of this occupancy, the station grew into a large business, operating across approximately 100,000 acres which surround Burra, along with property in the Flinders Rangers.

Princess Royal's services include; cereal crops and livestock feed, beef cattle, lamb, organic red wine and a carob orchard, sheep artificial insemination services and a small transport operation.

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Princess Royal Station Homestead
Bob Rowe Cattle Trader

Bob Rowe’s biography “The Great Cattle Trader” by Nigel Austin is now available! Bob was a pioneer in the South Australian beef industry. The book gives a snapshot into the life of Bob, his experiences, determination and endeavours.

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We currently support the numerous community sporting clubs, shows and groups. Simon, Katherine, Shawn, Daniel & Jack are a part of the team that help to organise The Burra Picnic Races (2015) as well as the upcoming event. Princess Royal are proud sponsors of the event.  

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Princess Royal is proud to be a part of the Burra Picnic Races Team