Unique, beautiful, highly distinctive property close to Gippsland Lakes, coast and national parks. A peaceful and private natural treasure. Spectacular landscape including ridges, gullies and rare freshwater peat morass which is a glorious wilderness. High vegetation/wildlife diversity. Remnant massive old growth trees. Blue gum, grey gum, grey box, blue box, manna gum, peppermint etc, tree ferns, banksia, blackwoods etc. Gliders (greater, yellow-bellied, sugar), wallabies, lyrebirds and owls. EVCs: Banksia Woodland, Limestone Box Forest (vulnerable), Riparian Scrub, Wet Forest, Lowland Forest, Swamp Scrub (endangered). Stunning limestone shell fossils from Miocene Epoch (23-5 mya). Vehicle and walking tracks give great access to enjoy the property.
Pole frame shelter/toilet in magnificent location in covenanted area part of ecotourism operation and may be available for suitable tourism business. This and permanent water supply from Stoney Creek part of current covenant agreement although use for new owner subject to negotiation with the Trust.
Mudbrick 160m2 home owner-built (1985). 2 bedrooms and storeroom/small bedroom, open plan kitchen/living/dining, bathroom with spa/bath/shower. Separate shower, toilet and laundry. Slate floors, timber ceilings. Wood combustion stove cooking/water heating plus LPG stove and 300L solar hot water. Wood heater. Off-grid solar power 12V/240V (grid possible). Large water tank capacity 150,000L. Veranda area for optional extension. Veg garden. Metal tool/storage sheds, single carport.
200 square meters substantial farm shed part Mudbrick enclosed. 7 ha grazing/hobby farm including fertile gully, ridges, walnuts for home use. 3 dams/2 pumps with piping to house and machinery shed. 35hp diesel Ferguson tractor, 7 tractor implements included.