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Listing No: 3981620

Beela Brook, Brunswick Junction, Harvey WA 6220

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Beela Brook, Brunswick Junction

A rare opportunity to acquire 2 lots that front the Beela Brook in the hills above Brunswick Junction.
2 adjoining properties comprising 39.6 Ha and 39.3 Ha. Situated on Beela Road with frontage to the Beela Brook
Both properties are ex Pine plantations harvested 2016/2017. Adjoining the Harris River National Park and 12 km from Brunswick Junction. Highly scenic undulating country, set in a secluded location

This 78 Ha property is approximately 12 kms East of Brunswick Junction and 40 minutes to the city and port of Bunbury.
As the property was a pine plantation that has been recently harvested, the Buyer will have the advantage of re-developing it back to grazing or replanting to forestry. The property will therefore require boundary fencing, pasture management and water improvement if it is to return to a grazing property.

The Worsley rail also follows Beela Brook road that dissects the properties.
There are very few opportunities to acquire properties in the magnificent valley with frontage also to the National Park.
For more details and inspection by appointment, contact Steve Vaughan 0428 120 407 or [email protected] or Hugh Ness 0428 551 742 or [email protected]
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Harvey

GROWTH -12.9%
MED.PRICE $270,000
POPULATION 3,315
Harvey

Harvey townsite is located in the southwest 140 kilometres south of Perth. It derives its name from the nearby Harvey River, which was named by Governor Stirling in 1829, soon after the river's discovery by explorers Collie and Preston in 1829. Although not positively known, the river is most likely named after Rear Admiral Sir John Harvey RN, Commander in Chief of the West Indies Station in 1818. Stirling was in command of the "Brazen" in those waters at the time, and Harvey recommended him for promotion. Stirling named a number of Western Australian features after his former navy colleagues.

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