600 acres or 240 ha. of beautiful forest with craggy, mountainous central core. Lot sizes are from 5 - 55 acres or 2 - 22 ha.
Designed by professional environmental planners the greatest care has been taken to minimise the effects of houses and people on the natural beauty of the site.
The village of Axedale has its own school, hotel/restaurant, caravan park, general store/post office, golf course, police station, community hall and 3 churches. Lake Eppalock, which is nearby, provides opportunities for sailing and water skiing.
Bendigo, a city steeped in gold mining history and with many fine heritage buildings, is only 15 minutes away. With a population of 70,000 Bendigo has many schools, secondary colleges, a technical college, a university, large municipal library, hospitals, performing arts centre, art gallery, sporting facilities and churches.
There is a highly skilled labour force.
The city supports an industrial, retail and service base, shopping and tourist attractions, including many restaurants.
There is a Sprinter train to deliver you to the heart of Melbourne in under 2 hours.
A City Airport is nearby.
The city attracts business from surrounding rural areas.
Bendigo has a mild climate with regular rainfall of 20 " or 500 mm. per annum.
The local council, the City of Greater Bendigo, has an active Development Department and is keen to attract new business.
Melbourne, the capital of Victoria has 3,000,000 residents and is Australia's second largest city.
The Melbourne International airport is only 90 minutes from Pinpandoor. We recommend that Melbourne clients take the Tullamarine Freeway to Tullamarine (ignore the turnoff to Bendigo) continue past the Airport, turn right before reaching Sunbury, and go through Romsey and Lancefield to Tooborac. Then go through Heathcote to Axedale.
Alternative routes from Melbourne are via the Hume Highway - Kilmore, Heathcote and Axedale or via the Calder Highway - Elphingstone, Sutton Grange, Axe Creek and Axedale.
If you are travelling from Bendigo turn left into Sugarloaf Road just before Axedale.
Imagine a site with two parallel mountainous ridges and superb views in the middle falling away to gentle slopes around the edges.
Imagine eucalyptus trees, many varieties of shrubs and beautiful wildflowers. In this environment roam dozens of grey kangaroos, black wallabies, echidnas, possums, sugar gliders, tuans and many different bird species, from the majestic wedge tailed eagle, to the tawny frog mouth, to tiny blue wrens and striped pardelots.
Pinpandoor has been planned in stages so that lots may be released to meet demand.
All lots in Stages 1 and 2 have now been sold.
See What's New and Subdivision Map for details of lots currently available.
Electricity has been provided to all lots. If you prefer to use an independent power supply you are free to do so.
A school bus runs along Sugarloaf Road and Pinpandoor Road and there is a wheelie-bin service to all lots.
If prospective purchasesrs wish to deal with an agent rather than with the vendors they should email Ms. Helen Ashby email@example.com of Tweed Sutherland, First National Real Estate Agents in Bendigo.
Other agents who wish to list this property please e-mail or telephone Pinpandoor Properties.
All proposals to purchase Australian real estate by overseas interests require Australian Federal Government approval.
- For guidelines about any such proposals please contact -
- The Executive Director
- Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB)
- The Commonwealth Treasury
- Canberra ACT 2600
- Telephone +61 (6) 2633834
- FAX +61 (6) 2632940 or +61 (6) 2732614
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Last updated: 19th January 2017