Written by Brendan Simpkins
Four cattle stations in Western Australia’s Kimberley region sold last week for a record breaking $10 million dollar fee.
Moola Bulla, Mount Amhurst, Beefwood Park and Shamrock Station – spanning just over a combined million hectares – will now be owned by Consolidated Australian Pastoral Holdings (CAPH), a foreign-owned investment company.
Tanami Rural Property, operating out of the Northern Territory and Western Australia, was the agency handling the sale, which saw months of negotiations between CAPH and previous owners SAWA Pastoral Co.
Adelaide based digital marketing agency Media Sociale has been working alongside Tanami by helping them build their brand and online pressence.
Marcus Riquier, co-founder of Media Sociale, said Tanami’s ability to pull off such a large deal was not at all suprising.
“We are very proud of Tanami Rural Property, they are a hard working company and from dealing with them it is no surprise that they where able to pull of such a deal,” Mr Riquier said.
The services that Media Sociale have provided for Tanami include improving their SEO and building a better online presence to reach a wider audience and attract more potential buyers and sellers.
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