Cattleman diversifies into tourism to save his stock

In Australian Cultural Exports, Australian Domestic Tourism, Harmonisation, Northern Territory

Cattleman and singer enters tourism industry

From thekatherinetimes.com.au

A NEW business venture is opening in Katherine, Northern Territory this week.

Tourists and locals will be able to experience station life and working stock with Tom Curtain’s new Katherine Outback Experience.

The Katherine-based horse and dog trainer said he was diversifying to combat the slump in the cattle industry.

With many strings to his bow, the talented singer and songwriter will use his performing skills to showcase his dog, horse and cattle handling skills to tourists at his Collins Road property, south of Katherine.

Teaming up with his wife Skye, the couple will present a one and a half hour show on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am, starting this Friday, July 26.

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