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- 3.6 hectares
A home and wildlife sanctuary undergoing habitat restoration


Amy and Owen Langley are the owners of Burraburoo, a property situated in Black Mountain, approximately 40km northwest of Sunshine Coast, Queensland. The property is a home and wildlife sanctuary, also used for recreation and to house a fully contained boutique cat hotel. The owners wish to conserve, restore and enhance the existing habitat on the property with the help of their local Landcare group.

Burraburoo spans 3.6 hectares on undulating hills comprised of mixed clay and black soil with a basalt rock foundation. The property is mostly bushland dominated by eucalypt woodland and hoop pine forest, with cleared areas comprised of native grasslands. The block features a small seasonal creek to the west and a small dam which provide water and habitat for wildlife. A wide range of wildlife is present including swamp wallabies (Wallabia bicolor), brushtail (Trichosurus vulpecula) and ringtail (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) possums, gliders, reptiles and a wide array of native birdlife. 

Property Name Burraburoo
Property Size 3.6 hectares
Property Features
Owners Amy and Owen Langley
Member Since 2021