The Union Station
In 1843 James Carmichael took up a pastoral lease of 5065 acres in Australia’s pristine and fertile south-west Victorian farming district.
Named The Union Station, the notable property soon became a renowned farming enterprise, recognised for its productivity and fine stock.
It eventually passed to one of the district’s pioneering families before being purchased by The Midfield Group in 2001, one of Australia’s largest meat processing companies.
The company had a vision to combine the property’s rich heritage and superior growing conditions to create a superior range of quality meat for a discerning market.