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- 333 hectares
A small-scale sustainable farm, eco-accommodation and dedicated conservation area


Louise Freckelton and David Bray are the owners of Highfield Farm and Woodland, a property situated in Adelong, approximately 70km east of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. The property is a small-scale farm, dedicated conservation area and eco-friendly tourist accomnmodation, and it is Louise and David’s intent to maintain the property for these purposes. Two-thirds of Highfield Farm and Woodland are protected with a Conservation Agreement and the property is also registered with Land for Wildlife.

The property covers approximately 333 hectares, with 222 hectares protected in-perpetuity through a Conservation Agreement. This area is comprised of Box Gum and Stringybark Grassy Woodland, Carex Sedgelands and riparian areas. The remainder of the property consists of grasslands and is dedicated to grazing and stock.

The property provides habitat for a wide range of wildlife including eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus), euros (Macropus robustus), swamp wallabies (Wallabia bicolor), bare-nosed wombats (Vombatus ursinus), squirrel (Petaurus norfolcensis) and feathertail (Acrobates pygmaeus) gliders and various antechinus species. In addition, 127 native bird species have been recorded on the property including hooded robins (Melanodryas cucullata) and Critically Endangered regent honeyeaters (Anthochaera phrygia).

Property Name Highfield Farm and Woodland
Property Size 333 hectares
Property Features Land For Wildlife, Voluntary Conservation Agreement (VCA)
Owners Louise Freckelton and David Bray
Member Since 2019
Website https://www.highfieldfarmwoodland.com/