Green Dale Nature Refuge
Greene Dale Nature Refuge
Size: 142.9 hectares
Location: 138 Kewins Rd, Glastonbury, QLD 4570
Greene Dale Nature Refuge over 142 hectares of open eucalypt woodland, notophyll and microphyll vine forest. The property provides a crucial wildlife corridor between State Forestry’s King Forest and the Brooyar State Forest Mountains, providing habitat for a number of threatened species including the koala and powerful owl. An old dairy farm, the property is comprised of a great diversity of habitats.
A conservation agreement is in place for the property which allows environmentally aware farming practises and includes a 15 acre exclusion zone surrounding the house site.
Large, 4 bedroom house, each bedroom with built ins, master has walk-in-robe and ensuite.
Large kitchen, stainless steel appliances
Open plan lounge and dining with wood burning stove
6x6m colourbond shed with roller doors, old timber dairy building and chook run
Stock grids at entry
Bore, dam and Glastonbury Creek frontage, carrying capacity of 60 head of cattle.
If you want a peaceful, rural retreat with potential and privacy then look no further! This property is a nature lovers paradise.