David Madden of
Uralla
Est. 1897

The Madden family has been farming on the banks of the river Clyde in Tasmania’s Central Highlands since 1897. Uralla consists of 1376 hectares of volcanic iron stone hill country and fertile black cracking clay river flats. From this country, the Madden family produce an average of 125 bales of superfine merino wool each year.

David and Maree Madden believe that in order to efficiently run a mixed farming operation, consideration of environmental sustainability and animal welfare are paramount. They hope constant adaptation to climate, political and economical pressures on the business will allow future generations of the Madden family to continue their robust and sustainable farming business.

Site designed by
James Calvert Collaborative Design Studio