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You have an opportunity to be part of regional development in southern NSW based around the Bundian Way – 365 km from the coast to the mountains. Bundian Way was the first Indigenous pathway to be listed on the NSW State Heritage Register. The Bundian Way Gallery is located in Delegate. Regional development grants make Delegate an opportunity of a lifetime. Tourists are attracted to the area’s natural and historical features, trout fishing being a favourite on the Delegate River. National and international visitors will increase over time, as this iconic area becomes a centrepiece for tourism. Delegate is also an easy drive to coast and ski fields with access to Cooma and Canberra to the north.
This land is five individual blocks being sold as one and offers the potential to be reconfigured in to a range of tourism enterprises or housing development. A cohousing or community development eco village is also an ideal option.This property has attracted expressions of interest from high profile architects and consultants, local council and many community organisations to be part of such a project.
The five individual building blocks with an elevated town position (4500 square metres total) overlook the Delegate River. There is a north east elevated aspect all with river views and an easy walking distance to Delegate township.