Boolardy Station landcare and pastoral activities are managed by our Landcare Facilitator Andrew Whitmarsh. If you notice any pastoral issues on Boolardy you can reach out to him directly or via our contact information.
We support provision of access to Boolardy Station to all our neighbours for the purpose of mustering cattle that have strayed over our boundary. We endeavour to provide mustering access as required, subject to telescope and radio quiet operational requirements.
For requests to access Boolardy Station for cattle mustering purposes, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This address is monitored by more than one staff member.
Please provide the following information for us to assess and respond to your request promptly:
- dates and timeframes of intended access
- locations intended to be accessed
- plant and equipment planned to be used
- planned communications tools including use of any satellite phones, UHF etc.
Once we have received this information, the appropriate MRO team member will respond as soon as possible.
- Requests to access Boolardy Station should be provided at least 3 weeks in advance of any musters to ensure control of radio quiet conditions and to allow us to manage any required response.
- Due to the legislation in place to help protect the Australian Radio Quiet Zone, WA (ARQZWA), we also request that you notify us if you are mustering within the inner radio quiet zone (see red circle area on map below).