Located on a 257 ha Trust for Nature covenanted property near Nagambie, in the heart of Victoria’s Box-Ironbark country, this property is just 2 hours drive north of Melbourne. The property is adjacent to the Heathcote-Graytown National Park and is managed for wildlife conservation purposes. It features:
- Over 150 recorded bird species including resident Crested Bellbirds, Diamond Firetails, Hooded Robins, Peregrine Falcons and Wedge-tailed Eagles, as well as regular visitors such as Swift Parrots and various Cuckoo species
- Wonderful Spring wildflowers and native orchids
- Abundant native wildlife including Sugar Gliders and Yellow-footed Antechinus
- 3 BR solar powered house built from local stone with magnificent views of Mt. Black
Indulge yourself in the wonderful variety of birds in this unique ecosystem. Manfred’s extensive knowledge of the birds and natural history will reward you with an unforgettable experience.
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