Described by Wendy as a “a man of action” Tony Brooks a sixth generation pastoralist was naturally drawn to the raw potential of Pindarie’s land and stone buildings. Following a period in the early 1980’s working as a Jackaroo across Australia, Tony returned to South Australia to study at Roseworthy Agricultural College. After graduating he travelled for four years managing sheep feedlots in Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Jordan, providing Tony the opportunity to purchase the family property, including the homestead block and all the buildings.
Pindarie is a sustainable blend of sheep, pastures and vines.
Since 1990, thousands of indigenous native trees and shrubs have been planted throughout the property. A six hectare reserve along one of the creeks has been fenced off and revegetated to help conserve the flora and fauna that occur naturally in this area. We believe biodiversity is an important factor in sustainable agriculture today.