Properties For Sale

The Tasmanian Land Conservancy has a range of protected properties for sale. By choosing to purchase one of our properties, you will make a 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.

How the Revolving Fund works

Through the Revolving Fund, TLC purchases land with important natural values, places a Conservation Covenant (a legally binding agreement under the Tasmanian Nature Conservation Act (2002)) on the title, and returns the property to the market for sale. Property-specific Conservation Covenants are registered on the land title in perpetuity, giving an assurance that important natural values are protected and managed for generations to come. Once Revolving Fund properties are sold, the new owners become the custodians of their own conservation reserves.

The success of the Revolving Fund can be attributed to high conservation value properties being purchased by committed, conservation-minded landholders. The Revolving Fund has protected around 7,000 hectares (ha) of priority habitats across Tasmania for 55 threatened flora and fauna species, including nationally endangered species.

Find out more about how the Revolving Fund works – PDF

Current Properties For Sale

1 Barren Plains Road, Great Lake
Price: Under Offer
Area: 212ha (524ac)
This 212 hectare property at Barren Plains, Miena offers spectacular outlook over lichen covered boulders, cushion plants and snow gums, across to Shannon Lagoon. The land offers protection to threatened vegetation, including Miena cider gum, grasslands and sedgelands.
Price: Total Lot(s) 1, from $720 000 to $720 000
Area: 62ha (153ac)
This spectacular 62 hectare property at Apollo Bay, Bruny Island has unique features including tall Tasmanian blue gum forest and woodland proving to be essential foraging and breeding habitat for critically endangered swift parrots. There is a perfect building site, all just a five-minute drive from the ferry, providing easy commuting to and from Kettering.
Price: Sold
Area: 78ha (193ac)
Seaford Road is part of a network of private and public nature reserves across the east coast, including the TLC's Prosser River, Little Swanport and Kelvedon Hills Reserves. Fronting onto the Luttrells Bay coastal reserve, this property gives you the chance to conserve a large threatened forest community. Offers above $440,000 .
Price: Sold
Area: 40.04ha (99ac)
'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.
Price: Total Lot(s) 1, from $ to $
Area: 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.

Enquire about our Revolving Fund program


The Tasmanian Land Conservancy’s Revolving Fund activities are funded from a number of sources. The primary funding source is the Australian Government’s Forest Conservation Fund. Other funding sources include the King Island Natural Resource Management Group and the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment. Properties purchased with funds from the Australian Government and advertised for sale will be identified using an appropriate logo.