The Tasmanian Land Conservancy has a range of important bushland properties for sale. By choosing to purchase property through the Tasmanian Land Conservancy, you make an exciting positive contribution towards conserving Tasmania’s unique biodiversity.
“Of the hundreds of properties the estate agents bombarded us with it was hard to judge their natural values. The TLC’s advice was invaluable. It was very important to us that the protected land was of a size to prosper and provide viable habitat for plants and animals. We live on the land and we see ourselves as caretakers,” - Janice & Rolf, Revolving Fund property purchasers.
“We have a self-managed superfund. A few years ago, our children checked the fund for us and found we had shares in gas fracking, coal power stations, coal mining, gambling and oil. We didn’t like what we discovered so as a family we decided to sell our fossil fuel and unethical shares. It was around this time we found out about the TLC’s Revolving Fund and looked at land for sale on the east coast. We considered a few properties before falling in love with one just south of Swansea. We purchased the property and paid for it with the sale of our shares. We’ve always been interested in the environment and conservation, so our family was very happy with the concept of turning unethical shares into conserving land. It gave us something we love and can share, brought the money back to Tassie, and to cap it off, it’s been a very sound investment.” - the Houston family, Revolving Fund property purchasers.
Current Properties For Sale
Price: $500 000
Area: 266ha (657ac)
Ever wanted to contribute to the conservation of Tasmania’s unique native flora and fauna and have a place to stay close to the beach, or even your own mountain top? The opportunity awaits, with property available just 10 minutes’ drive of the spectacular and secluded surfing haven of Roaring Beach and 15 minutes’ drive from the small township of Nubeena where all services are available.More
Price: $69 000
Area: 20.56ha (51ac)
'Bullock Hills' is in the Derwent Valley, 20km north of New Norfolk and a 60-75 minute drive from the Hobart CBD. Five forested blocks are available, each with good road access, sunny house sites and attractive rural and bushland views.More
Price: $149 000
Area: 41.38ha (102ac)
'Shiny Grasstrees' is 40ha of open woodland and forest at Clarence Point on the western shore of the Tamar River, about 55km north of Launceston and 8km north of Beaconsfield. The property is home to an endangered forest community and an endangered species of grasstree. An approved house site is available for building, subject to Council approval.More
Price: 2 lots, from $90 000
Area: 51ha (126ac) — 58ha (143ac)
This large property offers privacy and spectacular coastal scenery in one of the few remaining wild areas of King Island. Where else could you find a weekender like this only a short flight from Melbourne or mainland Tasmania? The critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot uses the adjoining Sea Elephant Estuary as a stopover on its Bass Strait crossings.More
Price: $275 000
Area: 31.32ha (77ac)
31ha of forest and woodland between Dromedary and Bridgewater in the lower Derwent Valley (a 20min drive north of the Hobart CBD). The property offers spectacular views of the Derwent River, Mt Dromedary and surrounding forested ridges. It also offers several great house sites and could accommodate a range of recreational and small-scale agricultural or pastoral pursuits.More
A coastal forest and wetland on the East Coast at St Helens, close to Georges Bay and ocean beaches. The property incorporates about one third of a large freshwater lagoon, the balance of which lies within a public reserve.More
This 46ha of forested land on the Tasman Peninsula is only 4km from Nubeena and about 100km from the Hobart CBD. It has virtual coast frontage, level access off Roaring Beach Rd into a cleared, sunny house site and spectacular coast views. It is an ideal base for exploring the many recreational opportunities in the area including the famous Roaring Beach, only a 2 minute drive away.More
26.3 ha of forest and grassland at the foot of the Great Western Tiers and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Adjacent to Tasmania’s most popular tourist cave, Marakoopa Cave and about 13km from Mole Creek township.More
On offer are six lifestyle blocks all offering elevated and panoramic views of the Freycinet Peninsula and sunny, north-facing house sites with easy access from a formed public road. This private rural location provides a chance to live 'off the grid' and immersed in the natural environment with the convenience of shops and services only a short drive away in the township of Swansea.More
'Epping Forest' is an extensive area of dry forest and grassland in a recognised Biodiversity Hotspot (the Tasmanian Northern Midlands Bioregion). The property offers a rare combination of seclusion and convenience - it is only 40km south of Launceston via the Midlands Highway and Powranna Rd but has a private access on an all weather gravel road, through an adjoining property.More
Situated approximately 17km from Little Swanport on Tasmania’s east coast and 42km from Oatlands in Tasmania’s midlands, the relatively remote location and the scale of this property provide a level of peace and privacy usually only found in large public reserves. All blocks have legal access coinciding with all-weather gravel roads and offer sunny building or camping sites.More
'Soldiers Marsh' is an extensive area of grassland, moorland and forest about 27km north of Bothwell in Tasmania's central highlands. The three large blocks available offer plenty of space and privacy and would suit a keen conservationist or a conservation-minded deer hunter.More
Do you have a Property for Sale?
The TLC has selected every property primarily for its high ecological value and each property offers an existing home or an attractive home site. The TLC through our Revolving Fund Program uses the proceeds of sales to purchase and protect further important properties. Together, we build a network of areas cherished by owners for their natural values.
While limited resources mean we can’t buy all the properties we would like to, the TLC is looking for properties to revolve. The criteria for selection are:
- Important conservation values
- Resale potential
- Financial viability