Enjoy secluded life behind the sand dunes
GEES Marsh is a unique parcel set behind the sand dunes and narrow coastal foreshore reserve of Millers Beach on Noland Bay in North East Tasmania.
The property is an easy 45minute drive from Launceston.
The entire area is covered in diverse native vegetation which includes grasslands, several types of heath and numerous areas of wetlands, home to the green and golden bell frogs.
A coastal black peppermint and white gum forest provides protection for stands of bull oaks, banksia marginata and yellow flowering dogwoods.
A Tasmanian Land Conservancy Covenant exists that will ensure the area will be protected from coastal develop- ment. A neighbouring property is also managed for nature conservation, forming a coastal strip that joins the Bridport wildflower reserve.
A private road provides access to potential building sites (STCA).
This property sale presents a rare opportunity to enjoy a special parcel of Tasmania’s Bass Strait coastline.
Two building envelopes have been set in place and subject to council planning approval structures, they could be developed for accommodation.