Rare offering in Canoe Bay

This amazing waterfront land allotment is abundant with native flora and This rare land allotment is abundant with native flora and fauna, with the Tasman National Park and State Forest surrounding the property making it the last privately owned property in the direct area.

The spectacular views over Canoe Bay and beyond are breathtaking with the Tasman Coastal Trail passing by the front of the property, which extends from Waterfall Bay to Fortescue Bay and Cape Hauy (part of the new and breathtaking Three Capes Tracks).

This secluded wilderness property sloping terrain is bisected by a permanent water course, Walkers Creek, which runs down to the Canoe Bay shoreline and is traversed by a small suspension bridge. Canoe Bay offers sheltered anchorage for yachts, boats and recreational fishermen. The SS William Pitt, a rusting steam hulk, lies within the bay and is a regular dive site. The waterways are rich in marine life and kelp forests which meet the bluestone boulder shoreline of the bay.

The pristine tranquillity and position of this property is a tribute to the beauty Tasmania offers and would make an ideal location for an ecotourism venture or visitors accommodation (STCA). Due to the rich and valuable Tasmanian habitat this property offers, the current use for the property is Passive Recreation only, with all other uses being discretionary requiring council approval. Road access to the property is to be created to link the property to the Canoe Bay Track.

This property offers a secluded gem within the wilderness. For those who want to protect our natural habitat and own a piece of Tasmanian paradise, then this property is for you.