Burrabungle, Mount Korong

Burrabungle is a Trust for Nature property on the slopes of Mount Korong in Western Victoria at 459 Wedderburn-Serpentine Rd, VIC 3518

For the details of the Trust see our page here.

The Burrabungle property (350 acres, 141ha) is a triangle that starts at the Wedderburn-Serpentine Road, and adjoins the Mt Korong Nature Conservation Reserve on two of the three boundaries. To find out more, see our directions.

Where the house is, near the entrace to the property, the land is flat with large trees but then the land rises to the foothills of Mt Korong. From here we can see the farmland adjoining the conservation area.

As the picture shows, Burrabungle is rich in plantlife but it also has remarkable animals, birds and rocks. To give a detailed description of the property, we have divided it into different ecological terrains;

The Upper Ridges

The Rocky Slopes

The Grassy Woodland

Herb-Rich Woodland

Endangered Areas

Please use the links in the text or the menu above to explore the Burrabungle property.

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