I doubt it.
Reading this article there's a lot of guff out there about "the Long Paddock".
Firstly, the author says she's in Sydney. Fine. Someone should tell her that Australian farms are called properties, and if they're big they're called stations. Not ranches. Their owners are usually referred to as graziers (livestock properties), not ranchers.
The long paddock was used to drive (herd) the cattle to market (by drovers) and in times of drought they were also used to feed the livestock which were kept on the move, or agisted. The most economical way to move the cattle was to drive them on foot, this also gave the benefit of grazing along the way.
In years gone by drovers moved cattle from far reaching properties to the nearest railhead and/or market stockyards.
Perhaps the article was written for the US market (in a UK paper?), but the correct Aussie terminology should be used.
Basically it's flogging Baz's new movie.