The company has grown to become an extensive pastoral operation, running sheep on 8 large stations across the southern states of Australia. Jumbuck consists of one sheep station on the Nullarbor in Western Australia, four in the North West and two in the North East Pastoral regions of South Australia and one near Griffith in New South Wales. Collectively these stations run around 320,000 Merino sheep across 4.5 million hectares, which includes the two largest sheep stations in Australia. They produce over 7000 wool bales and 40,000 to 70,000 sale sheep annually. Jumbuck Pastoral also operate three cattle stations across the top end of Australia, with two located in the West Kimberley of Western Australia and the most recent addition a large station south west of Katherine in the Northern Territory. These stations are predominantly beef production with a current herd of 85,000 Brahman cattle collectively, across 1.5 million hectares.
Jumbuck has the unique advantage of being an organisation that combines generations of experience and knowledge with innovation and progressive thinking. Managers and station staff are well supported by directors who have worked their way from the bottom up and a head office team that provide efficient back office support. This allows station managers the opportunity to work closely with their team to operate each station individually but with the collective support, ideas and resources of Jumbuck Pastoral as a whole.