8074 hectares, created 1982. Located 30km north-east of Goulburn, access is limited as it is surrounded by private property. The park is a refuge for platypus, long-necked tortoises, waterbirds, wallabies and wombats.
Tanjenong - an aboriginal word meaning "lofty place". This is a 3000 acre property which covers extensive stretches of untouched Bush. The beauty of taking our bushwalks is that you can experience a real sense of the solitariness and ruggedness of the Aussie Bush. Overlooking the Great Dividing Range this 3000 acre property boasts spectacular walks, views and has an abundance of wildlife.