796 Wroes Road
Jimenbuen 2628


  • Approximately 722 hectares or 1,785 acres.
  • Located about 40 minutes’ drive South of Dalgety almost at the end of the line. Accessed via council gravel road for some 21 km after leaving the bitumen at Numbla Vale.
  • Bound by Matong Creek on some of the northern boundary as well as the entire western boundary for approximately 3.5km.
  • Estimating 40% open grazing, 25% lightly timbered (grazeable), and 35% heavily timbered.
  • Predominately lighter granite derived soils with scattered quartz and limestone deposits in places. Some shale present.
  • Trees present include apple gum, white salle, wattle, native black pine, mannagum, peppermint, as well as a few black salle and yellow box.
  • Exclusion fencing along the entire Northern boundary, with the remainder of the boundary fence in various states of repair or in need of replacement. Several paddocks close to the homestead stock proof.
  • Water supply via 17 dams (4 spring fed), numerous springs, a well and Matong Creek.
  • The original home was built circa 1875 mostly out of cypress pine, black pine and what appears to be box posts. The homestead comprises of two original buildings only a few meters apart with both of them having been modified over the years.
  • The accommodation totals six bedrooms, eat in kitchen, three living spaces, laundry, full bathroom with a further two spaces ready to be fitted out as bathrooms. Three fireplaces, verandah front and rear with some stunning views to the west and southwest.
  • 100,000L steel water tank, 22,500L water tank, mains power, phoneline, solar panels feeding back into the grid, satellite internet.
  • Further improvements include shearing shed, old milkers shed and stables (in need of repair), workshop garage, long drop, garden shed, sulky shed, steel cattle yards.
  • Established fruit trees including peach, apple, quince, cherry, apricot, plum and crab apple. Veggie patch raised beds setup with watering systems.

Further Information

Agents Comments

“Spion Kop” had been in the same family from 1870 for some 130 years with the original settlers establishing the current homestead site clearing some of the land, growing crops, including oats, lucerne and potatoes as well as grazing sheep, some cattle, and working the land with their horses.

The current vendors have enjoyed everything “Spion Kop” has to offer for about 20 years including grazing some livestock, catching yabbies and eels, gold panning, hunting, horse and bike riding and so much more.

Whether you’re in pursuit of agriculture, biodiversity, conservation, hunting, recreation or all the above, “Spion Kop” could be for you!

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