Challa Station ... since 1888
Challa Station sits in the heart of the Southern Rangelands of Western Australia. It is a 200 000 hectare beef cattle enterprise that also runs a Human Induced Regeneration Carbon Project. It has been in the Dowden family since 1888 and the current operators are Ashley and Debbie Dowden.
Challa was once a merino sheep station and it has recently converted to beef. Santa Gertrudis cattle are breed of choice at Challa, and they are handled using stress-free stockmanship. Ashley and Debbie believe in conservatively stocking the property and they have a strong focus on environmental conservation and resilience.
This website contains information about both Challa Station and the Challa Station Morgans.