Dorothea McKellar describes it best, "Strong love of grey-blue distance, brown streams and soft dim skies." Here at Wurungul Lane you'll understand what she meant with the sweeping vistas to rolling hills and the Brindabella ranges beyond. With 63.9ha of native grazing and timbered country there are secret gullies to explore, ridges to ride across and wildlife to spy.
Positioned a short 5 minute drive from Gundaroo Village and an easy 35 minutes commute to Canberra this is a unique lifestyle block with native grazing and good water.
- Large (6300sqm) elevated building envelope with sweeping views - Wildlife in abundance, birds, wombats, echidinas to name but a few - 3 dams and creek line access - Mix of native bush and grasslands - Council approved subdivision in place
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