260 Emmersons Road Noradjuha, VIC 3409

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260 Emmersons Road Noradjuha, VIC 3409

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Have it all – Magnificence all around, Choice in Abundance

- Noradjuha VIC

Here is a brilliant opportunity to have it all – build your Eco home; just camp and glamp and enjoy it as is; conservation farming; an eco tourism enterprise. Do one, do all, or your own perfect combination.

Located just 15 minutes from Natimuk and 30 mins from Horsham, this beautiful, high conservation value property is now recognized as eco property®.

Its 60 hectares radiates natural beauty and unrestricted lifestyle possibilities.

There are so many reasons to fall in love with this property.

Privacy and space without the isolation.

The property is part of an area of stunning remnant native vegetation that protrudes from the Tooan Bushland and Jilpanger Reserves. It offers all the beauty, seclusion and tranquility of your own private national park.

It’s easy to lose yourself exploring this property. The acres of tall gums, callistemon, native pine and banksia forests, give total privacy. An amazing sense of space and peaceful isolation, shared only with the multitude of birds and native animals that call it home.

This property is an absolute haven for families. Its unique features allowing activities and adventures that simply aren’t available to most. Space and privacy offer the chance for children and teenagers to explore and truly develop their independence. A private and secure adventure playground. The young and old can walk, explore, camp, learn to ride a motor bike or drive a car. Secure in the knowledge that the eagles are the scariest thing around and no one is going to crash the party.

The size and zoning of the property allows for the construction of a dwelling and gives you the flexibility to choose where you would like to build.

Working from home or establishing a home-based business will work well with good mobile coverage. This extends over the land so if you or your visitors do find themselves geographically embarrassed, assistance is always close at hand.


The area is zoned farming and there are several large areas, which are suitable for fencing and a range of hobby farm and lifestyle pursuits.

The property has a deep dam. If your ventures require significant water, the property also has rare, but easy access to the GWM pipeline, which runs only 50m from the boundary. Access to pipeline water opens up a huge range of domestic and commercial possibilities that are only possible with water security.

There are no conservation covenants or management plans on the property to impact the purchaser. It has however attracted both state and federal conservation funding in the past and this would be an option for the new owner.

The diversity of native flora and fauna, combined with easy access and exit, lend this property to eco tourist development.

The large majority of the property consists of high value remnant vegetation including a Grassy Plains Wetland, which is classified as endangered. It includes increasingly rare and vulnerable woodlands and huge old growth Red Gums.

There is an abundance of wildlife large and small. The property is regularly visited by the critically endangered Red Tailed Black Cockatoos who come to feed in the Stringy Bark covered ridges. It is a wonderland for birdwatchers, naturalists and photographers. Bordered on two sides by actively managed conservation properties, one of which will be retained by the seller, access may be a possibility for the right purchaser.

This property is also central to well established tourist destinations in the area. It has views of the Grampians and Black Ranges and overlooks the Lake Carchap Reserve. It is only 12km from Mt Arapiles, which attracts large numbers of national and international climbers throughout the year.

Short drives will take you to Lake Toolondo or the Little Desert.

The area is renowned for the many fresh and saline lakes that dot the landscape, its sunsets and truly amazing big night skies.

The community

This land borders farming and cropping land so comes with the services that go with a thriving farming community, including a well-maintained all-weather road.

The local community is welcoming and well serviced, with school buses to a choice of primary and secondary schools. There is an excellent Regional Base Hospital in Horsham. A wonderful range of clubs and community groups to join.

The local in Natimuk usually reflects the diverse population. It is a place to sit and chat to the local farmers, the thriving artistic and scientific communities, or the visitors from all over the globe who come to climb. It is an unexpectedly cosmopolitan hub in the rural landscape.

General info

Subdivision from its 173ha neighbour is underway. With these original owners retaining that property, you will have knowledgeable, committed conservationists adjacent.

Although the purchaser will be able to erect internal fences, the subdivision conditions will not permit a boundary fence. This is due to amount of vegetation that would need to be removed along the subdivision line. It also facilitates wildlife corridors, so important for retaining and promoting biodiversity.

Property Features
  • Land is 60 hectare
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