Rural Property description
“Escape from it all! ...in splendid isolation... >>>Comboyne Coastal Escarpment with Fabulous Views<<<”
The Phone Code for this property is: 93487. Please quote this number when phoning or texting.
Park your mobile home or caravan in splendid isolation on 500 acres of coastal escarpment situated on the boundary of Port Macquarie and Taree Council Areas. With 3 boundaries on Killabakh Nature Reserve (the missing part of Killabakh Nature Reserve) this property could almost be your own National Park. Stands of rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest and drier ridges with many large old growth habitat trees remaining. Home to rare and endangered flora and fauna, powerful owls, sooty owls, gliders, stephens banded snake, glossy black cockatoos quietly feeding in the forest oaks for days at a time, squadrons of yellow tailed cockatoos, parrots, wedge tailed eagles, falcons, a possible sighting of the eastern quoll, brush turkeys and lyrebirds everywhere, frogs abound when wet, the occasional koala, a bangalow palm forest and much much more.
Rainfall is all but assured as the property is situated between the rainmakers Mt Killabakh and Mt Gibraltar. And the property is the headwaters of the Lansdowne River.
Spectacular "Wow!" views from the higher parts of the property to Mt Coxcomb (a known peregrine falcon nesting area), Mt Bally, the Lansdowne Escarpment and Valley, Taree and Wingham and to the coast Harrington and Forster and Tuncurry and beyond and on a clear day sees ships way out to sea.
Situated on Comboyne Rd, picturesque Comboyne township is less than 15 minutes away, Wauchope 45 minutes and Port Macquarie 60 minutes. In the other direction Wingham is 30 minutes and Taree 45 minutes.
There are no access issues and no neighbour problems! ...the nearest neighbour being nearly 2kms away. And the Comboyne Road condition is good in both directions. The driveway is established and gravelled and bordered by treeferns, and there are internal tracks over most of the property.
Soil types are fertile basalt derived. Down in the block is a small flat cleared area at the junction of two ridges with some macadamia trees starting but avocados and other trees or crops would do well. Pipe some water down from one of the nearby rainforest gullies and grow your own garden in fertile soil...pretty much everything grows...prolifically
There is a large pole framed building on a prominent 700 metres hilltop which could be completed or replaced. DA approved 1998 and an Environmental Impact Statement was prepared at the time. Copies are available.
Telstra fixed phone cable is connected to the building and there is excellent 3G & 4G wireless phone and internet reception.
The building has a 30,000 litre rainwater tank and a large collection of mixed hardwood logs including tallowwood, new england blackbutt, blackbutt, bluegum, brushbox and others remaining for milling for timber.
Whilst every care has been taken to verify the accuracy of the details in this advertisement, For Sale By Owner (forsalebyowner.com.au Pty Ltd) cannot guarantee its correctness. Prospective buyers or tenants need to take such action as is necessary, to satisfy themselves of any pertinent matters.