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CA 4, 5, 7 Plonk Gully Track Redcastle VIC

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Seven separate titles sandwiched between the former Main and Strange Street, but now bisected by Plonk Gully Track and Redcastle Cemetery Road. They make a 3,600m2 offering, that's just under an acre. There's potential to sell separately in the future, or use now. Its a quiet part of the world, and this bush block is an ideal way to own a bit of history and your own part of the Aussie bush.

Located in the Farming Zone bush, it was was once part of the small township of Redcastle located in central Victoria 45 km east of Bendigo and 18 km north of Heathcote. The land is ideal for weekend pursuits, bush walking, mountain biking, gold prospecting or just owning a part of the Australian bush & Goldrush heritage.

Situated in the Farming Zone (FZ) means that this land is not suitable for residential use.

Redcastle was an isolated goldfield between the McIvor (Heathcote) diggings and the Waranga (Rushworth) diggings further north. It was discovered in 1859, and named the Balmoral Diggings. Bailliere's Victorian gazetteer (1865) recorded Redcastle as having police and court facilities, a post office, two hotels and three quartz-crushing mills: most gold was found in quartz reefs. Redcastle can be identified by numerous abandoned gold mines with State forest around three sides.

Property Information

  • Residential Sale
  • $45,000
  • Rural
  • 6317 sqm