Immerse yourself in the unparalleled tranquillity on this magnificent 170 ha (approx.) property adjacent to the Murray River Reserve and bordering Bridge Creek.
Address: Allotment 37, 532 Coghill Rd, Kenley
Size: 170 ha (approx.)
Price: $320,000 – 350,000
Contact: Michael Fry, 0418 107 413
(03) 8631 5888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Majestic River Red Gums that line the banks of Bridge Creek provide shelter to a vast range of native birds.
Threatened Regent Parrots have been observed on the site, as well as Red-capped Robins, Brown Treecreepers, Chestnut-crowned Babblers and Emus.
This perfect camping site has been identified by Trust for Nature as a priority for permanent protection because of the high diversity of native plants and wildlife it supports. Bridge Creek receives environmental water from the Mallee Catchment Management Authority, which attracts fish, frogs and birds, and improves the health of the plants and trees.
Enjoy walks through Black Box, Eumong, Umbrella Wattle, Cattle Bush trees and saltbushes.
This beautiful property is about an hour’s drive from Swan Hill. Please note that access is via 4WD only.
Please note that a Trust for Nature conservation covenant will be placed on the property title.
Perch yourself up high amongst the gum trees and soak up the sounds of endangered forest!
Catch the views through the trees across to the Strzelecki Ranges.
Spend the days exploring the slopes of your 35 hectare high priority conservation land, or take advantage of the vineyards, cultural heritage and natural features of this popular lifestyle area.
Make the most of the elevated house sites, existing colourbond shed, and great road access.
A great spot to live, or for a weekender, just over two hours’ drive from Melbourne.
Address: Redhill Rd, Callignee VIC 3844
Region: West Gippsland
Size: 35 hectares (approx.)
Price: $210,000 negotiable
Contact: Trust for Nature (03) 8631 5888 or email@example.com
A variety of trees cover the property, including Messmate Stringybark, Eurabbie and Mountain Grey Gum. Shrubs found include Snowy Daisy-bush, Hop Goodenia and Prickly Currant-bush
The property has excellent habitat for many species, including wombats, koalas, Nankeen Kestrels, and many other bird species.
Located in the Strzelecki Ranges Bioregion, Kestrel’s Perch contains an endangered ecological community and habitat for koalas, part of the endemic Strzelecki / South Gippsland population
House site: Kestrel’s Perch offers a choice of 3 existing cleared potential house sites, as well as an existing colorbond lock-up garage close to Redhill Rd.
Local area: There are a number of vineyards nearby, as well as plenty of opportunities for bushwalking and bird-watching. Nearby neighbours have protected their property with a Trust for Nature covenant, as have a number of other landowners in the local area.
Conservation covenant: As a condition of sale a Trust for Nature Conservation Covenant will be placed on the property title to protect the ecological values of Kestrel’s Perch. Typically an allowance for a dwelling, in an appropriate area, is made within the covenant for all Revolving Fund properties.