The property is development zone:- Environmental Management and Conservation.
Council has advised it would be extremely unlikely an approval would be granted for any buildings on the property due to the overlays. You may wish to contact council yourself for further information.
This is a rare opportunity to be the proud owners of a substantial holding of natural bushland. Potential to secure a prime piece of land in the desirable growth suburb of Greenbank. Developers take notice as this block connects with current developed acreage blocks.
The land rises gently from wetlands in the front along Tully Road to the hills at the back of the block.
Loosely, rectangular in shape with a frontage of 294.9m.
Imagine the lifestyle, spending time in your own bush wonderland with its unique fauna and flora. So peaceful and private, explore your own territory. Experiencing the joyful sounds and activities of the wildlife you would be the envy of many.
Some suggested activities might include:
Bird watching, Camping, Bush walking, Photography, Bee keeping (with permit), Art – sketching to name a few.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIPS FOR PRIVATE LAND.
Logan City Council’s Environmental Conservation Partnerships (ECP) provide support for private landowners to protect the ecological and conservation values of their land for the future. Support is available through Habitat Connections and Land for Wildlife departments, these are free to join with an eligibility to apply for funding under the Enviro Grants programs.
For more information visit the Logan City Council and Queensland Government websites.
Conveniently located in Greenbank, and only 11 minutes drive to local retail shopping precinct.
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