Lakes, wildlife, trees in an eco village paradise!
1 Kookaburra Way Gin Gin, QLD 4671
Is this you?
I am looking for a block of land to build my home and enjoy a peaceful place to live.
Our business can locate anywhere, and we would like to carry on our part time home business in a regional location.
We want to set up our base camp as a cheap place to hold while we travel Australia and the world.
Our family wants a great place in the country where our children can grow up in the natural bushland surroundings with neighbours who care.
I am single and moving to a community of like-minded people would suit my lifestyle.
Ask us about some vendor finance options that might suit your plans over the next few years.
So buy your own bit of paradise in a 485 acre ecosystem of diverse sub-tropical Australian bushland for residential housing.
There is a total of 124 one acre freehold allotments, many now sold. These are strategically placed within the bushland utilising permaculture ecosystem principles.
You can now select from the last of around 27 blocks to see which one suits you best.
You’ll have the freedom to build and plant on your own one acre block of land and lakes, wildlife corridors, trees and more.
What is an Eco Village ?
Villages have been built around sustainable living in various forms but most have some basic principles – you own your own block of land and you share in the remaining land which is called community. Legally it operates a bit like enhanced strata in that you have your own private lot and share in the assets and infrastructure of the broader community.
This version of one at Kookaburra Park Eco-Village offers country living without the isolation that comes with ‘getting away from it all’. Only five minutes to town and 40 minutes to major regional centre.
The development has been specifically designed with wildlife corridors and large sections of untouched bush, for residents and the wildlife to enjoy.
Designed to maximise and protect the many varieties of native wildlife that don’t mix with domesticated varieties so a by-law restricts the keeping of cats and dogs.
Kookaburra Park is alive with beautiful rainbow lorikeets, native finches, sparrows, pelicans, black swans, kangaroos and other wildlife living in harmony with the community.
The lots, at an average of one acre each, have been placed in clusters to promote hamlets. The lot placement follows design rules of having no more than three lots together and at least two boundaries facing common land.
This means your neighbours are close enough to keep an eye on your lot while you are away but they are not in your back pocket either.
Kookaburra Park is a unique community style development that offers a lot for a little cost.
The concept is not a new one; freehold building lots set amongst community owned ‘Common Parkland’. Something you may be used to seeing in Europe. The common land contains access roads that meander through the park past lakes that have been created along an existing watercourse. These lakes provide utility water to the lots through a gravity fed water system. All lots are serviced by underground power and phone as well as the utility water.
The rest of the land of around 360 acres (common land) is owned by all lot holders. This includes the lakes, roads, power and water systems.
Kookaburra Park offers its residents the opportunity to have quality of life in a clean and friendly environment. Along with the growing concern of ecological sustainability and environmental awareness Kookaburra Park offers people a chance to live in a way that is less taxing on the environment.
Talk to us further at Eco Real Estate about this type of purchase – we specialise in environmental properties all around Australia and are very happy to explain more to you.
- Land is 1 acre