The towering ridges of the Grampians form a spectacular backdrop to daily operations at the Baillieu family’s iconic Western District holding Yarram Park.

Story + Photos Nathan Dyer

Located in Victoria’s Western District, 70km north-west of Hamilton, Yarram Park covers 9200ha. Beyond red gums in the north and west, the property is bordered by the Grampians National Park, or Gariwerd as its known to local Indigenous people. Gently sloping paddocks provide prime grazing country to the south and east, with annual rainfall between 550 and 600mm.

This story excerpt is from Issue #133

Outback Magazine: Oct/Nov 2020