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.
For more photos and information, see www.burrabungle.net
Independent transport is a necessity.