Bundemar is one of the original foundation merino studs in Australia, purchased by Tom and Kate in 2008 and settled into a new home on the banks of the Lachlan River at Condobolin in the centre of NSW.

We offer seed stock producing bright, soft wools with lock and skins that drape and comb.



As we rebuild the historic Bundemar Stud our focus has been on wool cuts, wool quality and sheep structure.

Average Wool Cuts

AUG 2017                                

4000 grown sheep              7.4kg

20.4 micron stud ewes      9.0kg  

JUL 2018

4000 grown sheep               6.1kg

20.4 micron stud ewes       7.0kg

With cut, quality and structure humming along nicely our focus is now turning to management and weaning percentages.

The addition of four hundred One Oak ewes from their stud dispersal sale and purchase of The Gilgais, a 3680 ha property 30 kilometres north-west of Condo, is allowing for a wet and dry program to build on the fertility of the stud.

The 2018 season has been very tough with trail feeding of all ewes commencing in March. The sale rams have been grown out on the irrigation – they present exceptionally well and are worthy of inspection.


2019 Sale

Thursday 7th November 2019

Top Priced Ram: $2,700

Sale Average: $1,501

2019 top priced ram went to James & Elise Nixon of ‘Leewang’ Yarrabandai. James Nixon (centre), with auctioneer Jack Rix, Forbes Livestock & Agency Co (left) and Tom Kirk, Bundemar (right)











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2017 Sale

Ewe Competitions


Well done to James & Elise Nixon on winning the Ted Little – Trundle’s merino ewe competition with their Leewang flock. The Land report

And to Alan, Peter and Vikki Stuckey for their second place entry in Condobolin’s Don Brown ewe competition.


The highlight of our 2018 season has been the success of our clients in their local ewe competitions.

With congratulations to Murtonga Pastoral Co. placing first in the Don Brown Memorial Merino Ewe Competition in Condobolin.

And Burke Partnership at Yarrabandai placing first in the Ted Little Memorial Merino Ewe Competition in Trundle.

Burke Partnership also went on to take overall first place in the Central West Zone Ewe Competition with Murtonga Pastoral Co. placing a very close second, giving Bundemar a double in this zone competition involving some twenty four flocks from across the region.

Click here to view footage of Burke Partnership’s ewe or see Murtonga’s entry below:

L-R Judges – David Taylor & Scott Thrift; Burkes – Chris & Pam, Annie & Greg; Classer – Tom Kirk

Contact us


Tom & Kate Kirk

West Borambil

8542 Lachlan Valley Way

Condobolin NSW 2877

p. 0439 952 562

e. tom@bundemar.com.au