Scotney Nature Reserve
The Scotney Nature Refuge is more than 42 hectares of bushland paradise located on the Queensland-New South Wales border. Boasting direct access to a potential house site via an all-weather driveway, the property rises and falls to ridgelines and gullies and offers views to Girraween National Park and outstanding natural values.
The property neighbours Tinkerbell Nature Refuge and is connected to Girraween National Park. The vegetation on the property is of state significance and is part of a significant bioregional corridor. This highly biodiverse area provides habitat for species including the near-threatened common wombat and superb lyrebird and the endangered flor Bertya recurvate and Babingtonia granitica.
|Location||2095 Eukey Road, Ballandeen, approximately 20 minutes from Stanthorpe|