Albert Lind Sir Albert Eli Lind (21 February 1878 – 26 June 1964) was an Australian farmer and politician.
Albert Yeates Albert Yeates (9 November 1860 – 10 October 1941) was a pastoralist and businessman in Queensland and principal of the firm of Cudmore and Yeates.
Alexander Borthwick Murray Alexander Borthwick Murray (14 February 1816 – 17 March 1903) was a Scottish-born sheep breeder and parliamentarian in the early days of South Australia.
Alexander Riley Alexander Riley (1778 –17 November 1833) was a merchant and one of the most important early pastoralists in Sydney and in New South Wales.
Alick J Murray Alexander James "Alick" Murray (ca.1850 – 18 April 1929) was a pastoralist and sheep breeder of South Australia.
Allan McFarlane Allan McFarlane Esq. (10 April 1792 – 11 March 1864) was a Scottish pastoralist and parliamentarian in the The Murray and then Mount Barker districts of the Colony of South Australia.
Archer brothers The Archer brothers were among the earliest settlers in Queensland.
Archibald Clunes Innes Archibald Clunes Innes (1799–1857) was a soldier and pastoralist from Thrumster, Caithness, Scotland.
Benjamin Boyd Benjamin Boyd (21 August 180115 October 1851) was a Scottish-born Australian pioneer and entrepreneur, and briefly, a politician.
Bowman Brothers The Bowman Brothers is the name given to Edmund, John, William Charles and Thomas Richard Bowman and their father John Bowman.
Bruce Scott Bruce Craig Scott (born 20 October 1943), an Australian politician, is the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives since 2012.
Chambers brothers (pastoralists) James and John Chambers were early settlers in South Australia who left England in 1836, became wealthy pastoralists and were closely connected with John McDouall Stuart's expeditions across the...
Charles Brown Fisher Charles Brown Fisher (25 September 1817 – 6 May 1908) was an Australian pioneer pastoralist and livestock breeder.
Charles Ebden Charles Hotson Ebden (1811 – 28 October 1867) was an Australian pastoralist and politician.
Charles Hawker Charles Allan Seymour Hawker was an Australian politician.
Charles Hervey Bagot Charles Hervey Bagot (ca.17 April 1788 – 29 July 1880) was a South Australian pastoralist, mine owner and parliamentarian, born in Ireland, and was the ancestor of a number of notable South Aust...
Charles Samuel Brockman Charles Samuel Brockman (1845 – 28 November 1923) was a prominent explorer and pastoralist in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia.
Clarence Goode Clarence Goode (17 August 1875 – 30 April 1969) was a farmer and politician in South Australia.
Daniel Cudmore (businessman) Daniel Michael Paul Cudmore (1811 – 3 November 1891) was a pastoralist in the early days of South Australia and the founder of a family highly influential in that and other States, especia...
David Russell (barrister) David Graham Russell AM RFD QC (born 2 December 1950), is an Australian who currently works as an international tax barrister.
Donald Cameron (Tasmanian politician) Donald Cameron (1 August 1814 - 13 October 1890) born in Fordoun, Scotland was a Tasmanian politician who held the Tasmanian Legislative Council seat of North Esk from 18 July 1868 to 13 July 1886.
Donald Norman McLeod Donald Norman McLeod (10 June 1848 – 25 October 1914) was an Australian pastoralist and politician, a member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly.
E. H. Bakewell Edward Howard Bakewell (6 July 1859 – 31 March 1944) was a South Australian pastoralist, businessman and administrator.
Edward J. Pitts Edward John Pitts was an artist and pastoralist in the early days of South Australia, noted for founding The Levels as a sheep breeding establishment.
Edward Kendall Crace Edward Kendall Crace (1844–1892) was an Australian pastoralist who owned extensive land holdings around Canberra.
Edward Riley (pastoralist) Edward Riley (30 January 1784 – 21 February 1825) was a merchant and early pastoralist in Sydney, New South Wales.
Ernest Augustus Lee Steere Sir Ernest Augustus Lee Steere (19 March 186622 December 1927) was a prominent Australian businessman and pastoralist.
Ewen Paul Cameron Sir Ewen Paul Cameron (15 January 1891 – 18 January 1964) was an Australian politician.
Francis Ormond Francis Ormond (23 November 1827 – 5 May 1889) was a Scottish-born Australian pastoralist, member of the Parliament of Victoria and philanthropist in the areas of education and religion.
George Fowler (politician) George Swan Fowler (9 March 1839 – 1 October 1896) was a South Australian politician and a Treasurer of South Australia.
George Julius Brockman George Julius Brockman (2 January 1850 – 29 August 1912) was a prominent explorer and pastoralist in the Gascoyne and Kimberley regions of Western Australia.
Henry Dangar Henry Dangar (1796 - 1861) was a surveyor and explorer of Australia in the early period of British colonisation.
Henry Maxwell Lefroy Henry Maxwell Lefroy (August 1818 - 18 July 1879) was a prominent explorer of the Mid West and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.
Henry Stuart Russell Henry Stuart Russell (16 March 1818 – 5 March 1889) was an explorer and pastoralist, best known for establishing the Cecil Plains Station around the Condamine River area.
Isadore Samuel Emanuel Isadore Samuel Emanuel (4 February 1860 – 5 January 1954) was a pastoralist and businessman in Western Australia.
Jack Kilfoyle John Augustus Charles Kilfoyle (9 December 1893 – 26 May 1962), known as Jack Kilfoyle, was a pastoralist born in Palmerston, Northern Territory, a suburb of Darwin.
James Ainslie (pastoralist) James Ainslie (1787-1844) was a Scottish pastoralist, best known as the first overseer of the property known as Duntroon in the Australian Capital Territory.
James Boucaut Sir James Penn Boucaut, KCMG, (29 October 1831 – 1 February 1916) was an Australian judge and politician, Premier of South Australia three times: 1866–1867, 1875–1876 and 1877–1878.
James Rigby Beevor James Rigby Beevor was a pioneer colonist and pastoralist of South Australia and a murder victim of the Australian frontier wars. Mount Beevor, South Australia, is named after him.
Jim Plowman Sidney James "Jim" Plowman (13 December 1934 – 3 May 2007) was an Australian politician.
John Cheriton John Cheriton (10 December 1828 – 20 June 1917), born in Whitestone near Exeter, Devon was a pioneering farmer at Strathalbyn, South Australia, and a member of parliament in South Australia.
John Ellis (pastoralist) John Ellis generally known as "Captain Ellis", was a pastoralist and businessman prominent in the early days of South Australia.
John Ferrett John Ferrett (1812—1894) was a pastoralist and politician in Queensland, Australia.
John Finnis (captain) John Finnis, generally known as "Captain Finnis", was a seaman who is remembered for his association with Charles Sturt in the early days of South Australia.
John Hunter Kerr John Hunter Kerr (1821-1874) was a Scottish-born grazier, amateur photographer and collector of Indigenous artefacts in Victoria, Australia, during the mid nineteenth century.
John Jackson Oakden John Jackson Oakden (1818 – 31 March 1884), pastoralist, was an English explorer of South Australia, part of the European exploration of Australia, and a pioneer runholder of the Canterbury Regi...
John Lang Currie John Lang Currie (17 November 1818 – 11 March 1898), Australian pastoralist, was born in Selkirkshire, Scotland, and migrated to the Port Phillip district (later Victoria in 1841.
John Lienhop Sir John Herman (Henry) Lienhop (3 February 1886 – 27 April 1967) was an Australian politician and grazier.
John Macarthur (wool pioneer) John Macarthur (1767 – 10 April 1834) was a British army officer, entrepreneur, politician, architect and pioneer of settlement in Australia.
Robert Edwin Bush Robert Edwin Bush (11 October 1855 – 29 December 1939) was a first-class cricketer for Gloucestershire County Cricket Club from 1874 to 1877, and from 1890 to 1893 was a member of Western Austra...
Samuel Gray (Australian politician) Samuel William Gray (1 January 1823 – 19 April 1889) was an Irish Australian pastoralist, farmer and member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Kiama (1859–1864), Illawarra (1874–188...
Samuel Peter Mackay Samuel Peter Mackay (1864 – 11 May 1923) was a pastoralist and businessman in Western Australia.
Samuel Wilson (pastoralist) Sir Samuel Wilson was an Irish-born Australian pastoralist and politician, and later a British Member of Parliament.
Sidney Kidman Sir Sidney Kidman (9 May 18572 September 1935) was an Australian pastoralist who owned or co-owned huge areas of the Australian outback.
Sidney Yeates Sidney Yeates (ca.September 1831 – 20 June 1918) was a pastoralist and businessman in South Australia and Queensland; principal of the firm of Cudmore, Yeates and Co.
Stuart Donaldson Sir Stuart Alexander Donaldson (16 December 1812 – 11 January 1867) was the first Premier of the Colony of New South Wales.
William Butcher William James Burchell Butcher (24 July 1858–24 May 1944), Australian politician, was a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly for twelve years.
William Campbell (Australian politician) William Campbell (17 July 1810 – 20 August 1896) was one of Australia's richest pastoralists, one of the first people to discover gold in Australia, and a conservative Victorian policitian.
William Charles Angliss Sir William Charles Angliss (29 January 1865 – 15 June 1957) was a butcher, pastoralist, pioneer meat exporter, businessman, politician and philanthropist in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
William Cross Yuille William Cross Yuille was a Scottish Australian pastoralist notable as, after immigrating to Australia, as a founder of Ballarat as well as for his role in the establishment of the Victorian hors...
William Forrest (Australian politician) William Forrest (11 January 1835 – 23 April 1903) was an Australian pastoralist, company director and politician, a member of the Queensland Legislative Council.