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Acton’s Croydon Station hits the market | Queensland Country Life

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THE Acton family’s major central Queensland property Croydon Station is on the market, to be sold through a tender process by Ray White Rural and Knight Frank Agribusiness.

Covering 58,669 hectares (144,974 acres), Croydon was bought by Acton Land and Cattle in 1988, adding size and scale to the family business.

The late Graeme Acton and wife Jennie raised their four children on Croydon, which is located in the Lotus Creek district, 100km north of Marlborough.

While many places were bought and sold over the years, Croydon was the cornerstone for the growth of Acton Land and Cattle, which owned properties including Millungera, Julia Creek; Barkly Downs, Mount Isa; Moray Downs, Clermont; Iffley, Mackay; and Paradise Lagoons, Rockhampton.

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