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Needing a bit of space? Been wondering what you can do for nature? Well this is your opportunity to retreat to and protect this beautiful 129 ha property, just north of Lancefield.
Build yourself a suitably-sized nest in amongst the messmate gums, and soak up the sounds of the forest on the verandah as evening approaches, or dawn awakens. Wind your way along the existing walking tracks with friends and family, and take your field guide – see if you can spot any threatened species.
With great access, an existing cleared house site, amazing lifestyle location, and just under 1.5 hour’s drive from Melbourne, this is your chance to secure your treechange escape and make your contribution to conservation.
Native fauna species present: Eurabbie provides habitat suitable for threatened Powerful Owls and Brush-tailed Phascogales, as well as a host of other fauna species.
Native flora species present: You’ll find a variety of trees, with a dominant cover of Messmates (Eucalyptus obliqua). Shrubs include Black Wattle and Cassinia, and the ground cover is rich with lillies, lomandra and native grasses. Also likely present is the threatened Clover Glycine (Glycine latrobeana).
Significant ecological features on or around this property: Eurabbie contains the depleted vegetation type Herb-rich Foothill Forest, is adjacent to the Langley Bushland Reserve, and is in close proximity to Cobaw State Forest.
House site: There is an existing cleared house site at Eurabbie.
Access: There is good, existing road and driveway access via Frosts Road.
Local area: Eurabbie is located in a fantastic lifestyle area. Enjoy the olive farms, small wineries and breweries, and farmers markets at nearby Kyneton and Lancefield.
Conservation covenant: As a condition of sale a Trust for Nature Conservation Covenant will be placed on the property title to protect the ecological values of Eurabbie. Typically an allowance for a dwelling, in an appropriate area, is made within the covenant for all Revolving Fund properties.
From Lancefield, take the C325 north for 2.4km, and then turn left onto Burke and Wills Track. After 10.5km, turn right onto Frosts Rd, and follow this for 3.5km. The property will be on the right.