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'Eagles Landing'

Lot 5, Back Creek Rd, High Camp VIC 3764

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'Eagles Landing'

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Address: Lot 5, Back Creek Rd, High Camp VIC 3764

Region: Goulburn Broken

Size: 42 hectares

Price: $350,000

Contact

Mat Hardy
Trust for Nature
(03) 8631 5888
math@tfn.org.au

This is a Trust for Nature Revolving Fund property

Your own private nature reserve

Your own private nature reserve

At 42 hectares, this beautiful woodland property has gentle slopes and wide views. Located just over one hour’s drive from Melbourne, and with great road access, choose from a number of potential sites to build your house. This is your opportunity to join a conservation community and enjoy the conservation lifestyle. This property is one of five adjacent Trust for Nature Revolving Fund properties currently for sale – by claiming this property you’ll be living amongst like-minded neighbours who care about nature. 

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Ecology

Native fauna species present: woodland birds, mammals such as phascogales, gliders, echidnas and wombats.

Native flora species present: Long Leaf box, Red Stringybark, and Yellow Box, Grey Box and Red Gum. Shrubs found include Black Wattle, Lightwood and Sweet Bursaria. The ground cover is grassy, with Weeping Grass, Tussock Grass Spear grass and Wallaby grass. Chocolate lilies and Lomandra are also present

Significant ecological features on or around this property: endangered Grassy Woodland community.

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Infrastructure

Offering multiple potential house sites.

The neighbours have protected their property with a Trust for Nature covenant, as have a number of other landowners in the local area.

Location

High Camp is approximately 15 minutes (16 km) from Kilmore, just over 1 hour from Melbourne. From Kilmore head north on the Northern Hwy for 14km. Turn left into Crawfords Road, and then left onto Back Creek Road. The property will be approximately 650m along on your right hand side (Melways ref: X927 G1). There are a number of vineyards in the area, as well as plenty of opportunities for bushwalking and bird-watching.

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