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.
Contact: Leigh Walters
Ph: 03 6331 9295
Mob: 0407 891 025
Lot 2 – approximately 99ha and contains a range of wet and dry forest type’s in particular dry Eucalyptus globulus (Blue gum) woodland, which provides habitat for the Swift Parrot. Other forest communities on this Lot display old growth characteristics. This Lot contains the dominant feature of the property in Mt Communication.
Lot 3 is approximately 140ha and has inspiring value of containing 3 Wedge tailed Eagle nests. Similar to the balance of the property vegetation is a mix of Eucalyptus tenuramis (Silver peppermint), E. pulchella (White peppermint), E. globulus (Blue gum) and E. delegatensis (Gum-topped stringybark).
- Lot 4 – This large 266ha lot contains the significant coastal feature of Mt Zion for you to explore. A range of forest types provide excellent habitat for a diversity of native flora and fauna.
Protecting the Conservation Values
The properties come with a conservation covenant attached to the land title with areas set aside for a dwelling or similar.
Infrastructure and Services
All Lots have an all-weather access right of way track. All Lots offer house sites with spectacular views. A property Bushfire Plan has been completed however, new dwellings will require individual bushfire plans and need to undertake regular local Government planning.
Lot 2 – This Lot contains the dominant feature of the property in Mt Communication. The Lot is easily reached via an all-weather track and has two areas suitable for a small dwelling or infrastructure.
Lot 3 - The house site for this Lot is around 5Ha and looks north toward the Sloping Main.
- Lot 4 – This Lot contains two possible house sites and an area of approximately 30ha of semi- failed Eucalyptus globulus plantation.
This property was purchased under the TLC Revolving Fund. Funding for the purchase was provided by the Australian Government through the Forest Conservation Fund (a programme arising out of the Tasmanian Community Forest Agreement). Proceeds from the sale of this property will be returned to the Revolving Fund.