596 Clearview Road, Blaxlands Creek, NSW, 2460

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Conservation Lifestyle - a Peaceful Retreat in the Natural World

This property is 130 acres with rocky escarpments, outcrops and caves adjoining a nature reserve that is 3,163 acres of wilderness and is the habitat of the threatened Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

There is a 5 acre clearing with interesting rock formations, a farm shed / residence, a dam with a 13 hp pump, a bore, fruit trees (mainly Figs)

Down through a spotted gum forest there are fertile flat acres witha Medjool Date plantation started with known females and male, (plenty of future income opportunity with Medjool Dates)

A threatened plant community on the creek’s riparian, there is also a threatened Banksia community which are food for the squirrel gliders

The land has a conservation agreement in partnership with National Parks because it is a biodiverse hotspot

It is home to 5 macropod species, koalas, gliders, giant gold dragonflies, native bees, goannas, many birds including raptors

It is a quiet, peaceful retreat right in the natural world

The night sky is something to behold, lots of wildlife come to feed at night, including the brush tailed rock wallabies, and all the other macropods, amazing!

And it is all only 28 km to the city of Grafton.