Brackenlea is a 275 acre property at Mogendoura, 10 minutes from Moruya on the New South Wales South Coast of Australia.
The property features views of the Mogendoura Valley and Mt Wanderer in addition to the beautiful surrounding acreage and Mogo State Forest. Creeks run through it and natural features include areas of Rainforest with various Spotted Gum and Hardwoods species. Outcrops of famous Moruya Granite are common and many of these provide ideal habitats for rare Rock Orchard species. This rock is famous for being used in the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge as well as many landmark Australian buildings.
Being adjacent to a State Forest, all manner of birdlife and iconic Australian wildlife abound. All this plus it sits so close to the South Pacific that the crashing surf can be clearly heard at night.
Sounds idyllic? Well, yes it is, but Brackenlea it a hard, but benevolent, task master that is not backward in teaching its stewards a number of lessons.