Australian Geographic

Timeline of WA pastoral leases

1829 Swan River colony established.

1837–39 Captain George Grey explores parts of the Kimberley coast, then areas between the Swan River and Shark Bay for colonisation and grazing potential, reporting great pastoral capacity in many areas.

WA’s first leasehold grazing system implemented, whereby freehold land owners are offered grazing rights on surrounding Crown land.

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