The entrance to Spring Valley is about 23km from the Casino Post Office.  19km of the road is bitumen.  Over that super-size grid is a lush valley producing 100% grass-fed beef.  The homesteads are about a kilometre further into  Spring Valley .

Spring Valley comprises 18 titles, totalling 1,387 hectares or 3,428 acres.  It has been called Spring Valley for over a hundred years - before that it was called Spring Brook.  The springs that give it its name feed into Middle Creek through the sandstone cliffs that surround the basalt floor of the Valley. Middle Creek is one of the headwaters of the Richmond River. 

Spring Valley is divided into seventeen paddocks and nine holding paddocks, all watered. All paddocks access a laneway system, allowing rotational grazing, with Ainsworth Rd being the main cattle laneway. Ainsworth Road runs the length of the Valley and is a fenced, no-thru, gravel road.

Being on the Eastern Fall of the Great Dividing Range means that an average of  1,090mm (43 inches) of rain per year falls on Spring Valley.  With pastures established and improved on since the Valley was four dairy farms in the nineteenth century, this means that the property is able to support 250 breeders and followers.  Sustainable logging is also carried out and a farm stay house provides extra accommodation. 


Contact Darren Winkler of Stock and Station Agent T W McCormack in Casino if you are interested in viewing Spring Valley. His mobile number is 0407 152 354 or his office number is 6662 1577. His email is