• The service station owner that loves our Beef Jerky!

    BP Serice Station in Auguathella has service that is fast and friendly, the manager is well-liked and does a roaring trade.  Locals drop in and pick up some packets of tasty Nive Beef jerky with their fuel, and other essentials. Just part of the charm that is Augathella.

    Augathella, with its fascinating history of bushrangers, bullockies and bullock teams, has some memorable Outback experiences. Don’t just drive through – stop … enjoy the locally produced Nive Beef Jerky, and take the kids to the Cosmos Centre. 

  • The Nive River

    The Nive River was named after the Nive River in France by the explorer Major Sir Thomas Mitchell. He was the first European to explore the Warrego River and its tributary, the Nive River. He found grassy plains and soft sandy country, perfect for grazing. The *”billabongs” are calm and reflective. Many folks have come and gone from this old settlement over the years since 1863, and its still a beautiful place.

    *Like the lyrics of Banjo Paterson’s “Waltzing Matilda”, Australia’s best-known bush ballad, swaggies often rested by a billabong,  travelling on foot (waltzing) with their belongings in a “matilda” (swag) slung over their back.

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