OUR STORIES: Greenfield family reminisce on station life

Katie Jackson
By Katie Jackson
Updated July 20 2022 - 12:53am, first published July 18 2022 - 8:04am
FAMILY TIES: John, Paul, Kate, Bob and Nic Greenfield are keeping the familys legacy at South Gap alive, farming the property 140 years after their ancestor William Henry arrived.

IN 1882, William Henry Greenfield arrived at South Gap Station, about 90 kilometres north of Port Augusta, ready to take on a station manager role - 140 years on, his family is still working the land.

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Katie Jackson

Katie Jackson

Journalist

Journalist at Stock Journal. Born into a journo family in the state's South East, Katie made the move to the big smoke to join the team in early 2022 after seven years spent at various mastheads in the regions.

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