Ideally located approximately 22km to Heathcote (31km to Nagambie, 142km to Melbourne) and with sweeping views of the surrounding landscape, this magnificent bush block is close to a wide variety of attractions, including vineyards, cultural and natural heritage features. The Heathcote region is increasingly recognised for its wineries, particularly those producing Shiraz. There are a number of natural attractions, including Pink Cliffs Reserve, Heathcote-Graytown National Park, Mt Ida and Viewing Rock.
Nearby Lake Eppalock is popular for fishing, boating, water-skiing and swimming, and there is also the scenic O’Keefe Rail Trail that runs from Heathcote to Bendigo.
The property itself is adjoined to Redcastle State Forest and nearby to the Costerfield and Spring Creek Nature Conservation Reserves and subsequently the Heathcote-Graytown National Park to the west, forming part of a core habitat.
The parcel of land is undulating with internal tracks. There are a number of existing cleared areas that would be suitable for a dwelling (STCA).
Address: Heathcote-Nagambie Road, Moormbool West
Size: 28.25 ha
Contact:Michael Fry, 0418 107 413, (03) 9631 5888 or email@example.com
This covenanted area off Heathcote-Nagambie Road is an exceptional block of bushland with fantastic scenic and conservation values.
The vegetation comprises of Red Ironbark, Red Stringybark, Grey Box and Yellow Box. The understorey shrub layer consists of Drooping Cassinia, Xanthorrhoea australis, Mallee Wattle, Golden Wattle, Lightwood and Ploughshare Wattle.
A number of wildflowers can be noted on site including Bulbine Lily, Common Early Nancy, Tall Sundew, Bluebell, Sun Orchid, Tiny Star and Common Onion-Orchid.
Powerful Owls have been recorded within the local area and the endangered Swift Parrot has been observed.
Please note that a Trust for Nature conservation covenant will be placed on the property title.