Set at an end of the Ruby Road cul-de-sac, this un-developed vacant parcel of land is prime for establishing your own Central Highlands getaway.

Offering 4992m2 approx. this rectangular block offers elevated glimpses of Swan Bay, Great Lake though the collection of eucalyptus gum trees and low-lining native shrubs. Evidences of a driveway is present upon entering the property via Ruby Road which flows down to a number of flat areas; ideal for future construction projects on the site.

Overhead powerlines are available for power to the site.

The site is only 1km to the Swan Bay boat ramp and 3 minutes' drive to the Great Lake Hotel.

Miena is in the heart of the Tasmanian Central Highlands and is most popular for holiday makers and permanent residents, with Great Lake the major attraction. Named after the Aboriginal place for 'lagoon-like', Miena and surrounding communities (Liawenee and Waddamana) have a strong Aboriginal presence.

Trout were introduced to Great Lake in the 1890s.

In 1911, the Hydro-Electric Commission of Tasmania constructed three dam walls to provide water supply to the nearby Waddamana Power Station and formed the current lake of Great Lake.

Miena has the largest population of permanent residents in the Central Highlands and is the centre of the major fishing lakes Arthurs Lake, Penstock Lagoon and Little Pine Lagoon.

This virgin bushland site is ideal for future development or maintaining as your own slice of Central Highlands for conservation the pristine Central Plateau environment.

To arrange an inspection on-site or obtain a copy of the title, feel free to contact Nick Hay

Facts -
Title Reference: 157865/693
Council Rates: $681 per year
Zoning: Low-Density Residential.
Council: Central Highlands Council.

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