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Heytesbury runs six pastoral stations in northern Australia.

Profit down at Heytesbury Holdings

Profit at pastoral and winery business Heytesbury Holdings fell more than 57 per cent in the year to December 2016, to $11.7 million, on the back of lower revenue.  

Heytesbury Holdings operates the Vasse Felix winery and six cattle stations across northern Australia.

That includes Flora Valley in the Eastern Kimberley, which has 42,000 head of cattle, and Victoria River Downs in the Northern Territory, with 33,000 head.

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