european history

Neds Corner Station has a long and varied history. It is an area shaped by the elements, sometimes in the extreme. The people who have lived on and worked the land will know it is a place that gets under your skin and leaves abiding memory.

Early European arrivals

european history 2

One of the first Europeans to visit the area
was the explorer Captain Charles Sturt,
who in the 1830s went in search of an
inland sea...

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Return from the War


After the First World War, the government
helped discharged soldiers by providing
land for agriculture and farming as a
reward  for war service...

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Ned's Corner


People often want to know how Neds
Corner Station got its name. Many thought
the property was named after Edward
Bagot. However, correspondence

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The Kidman era

Through the 1940s, drought ravaged
south-eastern Australia and by1948 the
Soldier Settlers had soldNeds Corner
Pastoral Company to the Kidman
Pastoral Company...

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