The property is 28 acres of freehold land and is zoned rural. There are two creeks that run intermittently across the property and a moderate sized man-made dam. We have upgraded the driveway to a duel carriageway and a causeway across the creek so that the driveway can be accessed in any type of weather.
The sawmill structure from the 1950s remains with excellent roof coverage and rain catchment. There is more than 200,000L tank capacity on the property. Three phase power is available at the Sawmill building. We have converted the main structure of the sawmill into covered pens for our alpacas with a carefully considered structure of laneways and paddocks surrounding. The main sawmill structure is 32m x 12m. This is where we have our night pens constructed of post and rail with hinge-joint dog-proof wire and mesh gates. The pens include automatic livestock waterers. There is a further 7.5m x 7.5m undercover workshop area where we store hay and mowers etc. There two rooms, previously the sawmill office and crib room amounting to 4m x 7m combined. The paddocks radiate out from the sawmill pens and are securely fenced with hinge-joint dog-proof wire and ironbark posts. The property has a PIC number registered with the DPI.
The property has a large commercial sized biological septic system which deals with the main bathrooms in the village and has the potential to have the three bedroom house waste added to it. It also has three older-style concrete septic tanks and trenches at the houses and guest rooms. The property will be sold with a significant number of tools and implements. It will be sold with the Kubota tractor, slasher, box grader and carry all. There is a large poultry run adjacent to the two bedroom house with Muscovy ducks and a variety of chickens. These will all stay with the property unless the new owner wishes us to relocate the birds.
We currently run a herd of alpacas and one sheep. We intend to take the majority, or all, of the alpaca herd and the sheep when we relocate. If the new owners are interested in learning about alpacas and keeping a small herd, we are able to leave animals with excellent bloodlines suitable for breeding.