Epping Forest is an extensive area of dry forest and grassland in a recognised Biodiversity Hotspot (the Tasmanian Northern Midlands Bioregion). The property offers a rare combination of seclusion and convenience – it is only 40km south of Launceston via the Midlands Highway and Powranna Road but has a private access on an all weather gravel road through an adjoining property. Infrastructure and services: - Power available within 2.8km of the property boundary - Access via ‘Right of Way’ - Internal and boundary fences - A network of internal gravel tracks - Large shearing and storage sheds, two large dams and several small dams. This property is offered for sale in one lot but has the potential to be split into two (STCA). A sub-division would be considered to facilitate the sale of two separate lots. Conservation Values: The property is located within the Northern Midlands Bioregion, 1 of only 15 areas in Australia identified as a National Biodiversity Hotspot, and is part of a large network of reserves on public and private land (including Tom Gibson Nature Reserve on the southern boundary). It supports over 400ha of endangered black peppermint together with a community of threatened plants including the Dwarf Sunray, Blue Pincushion and Short Leaf Beard Heath. The forest is also home to endangered Tasmanian Devils and is a known stronghold of the Tasmanian Bettong. Contact our office for full details. *Disclaimer: Photographs and images used may include views of neighbouring properties or views captured from the subject property.