Burrabungle is a 140 hectare property on the shoulder of Mt Korong, a numinous granite mountain in semi-arid north-central Victoria. The mount is set amidst sheep and wheat farms but has recently become a hub of revegetation and conservation, with many covenanted properties in the area. It is a sacred site in Dja Dja Wurrung tradition with many heritage features, such as scar trees and rock wells. Good box-ironbark remnant woodland supports a great variety of birdlife.
The property is covenanted with Trust for Nature and also managed as a private Conservation Trust by a small group of co-owners.
Accommodation is in the homestead, flanked by a vineyard and olive grove. As the property is off the grid, power is limited but sufficient for daily purposes. Ecological living is the order of the day.
Independent transport is a necessity.
For more photos and information, see www.burrabungle.net