How the farm came to be...

Wool from the farm at Kimo Estate heading off to market on the train. Historic photograph of the Main Street of Gundagai.The Amazing Pioneer History of Kimo EstateClick for our History
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Chapters dating back to the early 1830s tell the Kimo Estate story.


As one of the oldest properties in the Riverina region, squatters were said to have first used the land situated on the Murrumbidgee at the village of Nangus, near Gundagai. There are fascinating tales of illegitimate French royalty and legitimate Australian royalty connected with the expansive landscape, great droughts and floods, the highs and lows of breeding and grazing sheep and cattle, and the construction of huts, homestead and sheds throughout the years. Rosie O’Keeffe

Tour of the hut December 2019

How our Business Started

Managing Our Land


How we work and how we live


"a clean environment is a human right like any other. It is, therefore, part of our responsibility toward others to ensure that the world we pass on is as healthy, if not healthier than we found it.” The Dali Lama"

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