|Location||Kingoonya, 300km North West of Port Augusta, South Australia|
|Enterprises||Cattle, Merino wool and meat|
|Annual Rainfall||172.4 mm|
Originally part of Wilgena Station, North Well was separated in the 1980s as a separate company enterprise. The homestead is located near the railway town of Kingoonya on the old Stuart highway. The land is of good quality as evident of the Jessup transects (vegetation surveys) which have been periodically undertaken, most recently by Carolyn Ireland in the 1990s. North Well has a small cattle herd as well as a Merino flock that produces 600 bales of wool annually.