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- 350 hectares of prime Tasmanian wilderness
- 2 x 173ha titles
- 4wd accessible via forestry spur road
- Located approximately 80km south of Hobart
- Borders the Southport Lagoon Conservation Area
The lagoon, land and beach could provide visitors with fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, bushwalking, bird watching, photography and surfing opportunities, all within a captivating wilderness setting. The area combines a rich history with a unique natural heritage. The area is the locality for a large number of Tasmania's unique native plants, from which a large proportion of Australian flora was first collected, described and named.
This parcel of land presents a most unique opportunity with a wide diversity of significant natural, cultural and recreational values.
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