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If you wish to camp, perhaps have a tiny home or caravan, this will probably be for this covenanted land.
If you are looking for land to build so you want permanent structures such as a house you will need to discuss with the local Council about your preference and their requirements. When you receive the documents you will have the information to discuss the property with Council.
The property is for committed conservation – no bush bashing, horse riding, motor bikes and any similar activity would not be allowed as this will disrupt the purpose of the conservation covenant.
Looking to make a valuable contribution to conservation?
One leisurely stroll through the bushland of Ironbark Park and you’ll see you can do both at once.
Spend your weekends soaking up the peaceful surrounds of your 16 hectares of high priority conservation land. Park yourself at one of the two dams and watch the procession of native species coming in for a drink. The next day, explore the vineyards, cultural heritage and natural features of this popular lifestyle area.
A great spot for your own bushland getaway, only two hours’ drive from Melbourne CBD.
Native fauna species present: Ironbark Park has excellent habitat for many species, including potential habitat for the threatened Hardhead (Aythya australis) and Brown Treecreeper (Climacteris picumnus).
Native flora species present: The vegetation is dominated by Grey box (Eucalyptus microcarpa), with a scattered understorey of wattles, saltbushes and Red-anthered Wallaby-grass (Joycea pallida). Ironbark Park is notable for the abundance of larger trees.
Significant ecological features on or around this property: Located in the Victorian Midlands Bioregion, Ironbark Park contains threatened Box-Ironbark Forest and is part of a larger habitat patch close to Rushworth State Forest and the Goulburn River.
The permanent protection of Ironbark Park will make a significant contribution to nature conservation in the region.
Ironbark Park is a relatively secluded, predominantly vegetated bush property with two existing dams.
Ironbark Park is located in a rural lifestyle area just outside of Murchison. It’s approximately 20 minutes’ drive to Rushworth, 35 minutes to Shepparton, and 2 hours to Melbourne CBD.
There are several natural attractions close to Ironbark Park, including Murchison Bushland Reserve, Doctors Swamp and the Waranga Dam.
Also nearby are several small wineries, scenic drives, and the Murchison Rail Trail.