Welcome to the Nullaki Wilderness Estate – Paradise on the South Coast of Western Australia.
The Nullaki Peninsula is a pristine part of Western Australia’s southern coast line. 50km west of the large regional town of Albany and just across the waters of Wilson Inlet from the town of Denmark, it offers a lifestyle like no other. Here is a link to it on Google Maps: http://goo.gl/7qPhm3
The peninsula was originally zoned rural and used for farming at the turn of the last century. It has now all been zoned landscape protection. This is a conservation type zoning that allows for residential development of specific areas whilst maintaining the natural habitat for the unique flora and fauna of the south coastal region over the balance of the land. The result is a selection of stunning building sites on big blocks surrounded by the majesty of nature and all well planned to give every one of them a sense of freedom, space and exclusivity. With an abundance of fresh air, light and breathtaking vistas from every window in every room of the house you create, it is an inspirational place where you feel alive and connected to the world.
There are some established farmland on the peninsula with the balance remaining in a natural state other than for the roads and generous building development areas on each lot. The vegetation varies from big Karri Forests to dense peppermint forest and coastal heath full of colourful wildflowers.
The peninsula has a road system across it for access to the various lots, a power and a telephone grid. There is direct access down onto the pristine Anvil Beach and a boat launching facility with jetty into the calm waters of the Inlet.
The beach is great for swimming, surfing and fishing. A reef links around the natural aquarium to the end of Ocean Beach. The inlet is also popular water playground. In the summer months with people water skiing, kayaking and canoeing. Fish, mussels and crabs are in abundance, providing excellent fresh fare for the dining table. With a surface area of 48 square kilometres, it is in fact one of the largest inlets in Western Australia. Three rivers feed into it from the north. Pelican Island, located just off the northern shore of the Nullaki, is a bird sanctuary and breeding ground that supports a huge variety of birds at various times of the year.
From the boat launching ramp and jetty on the north shore of the Nullaki, it is a 10 minute boat trip across the inlet, up the Denmark River and into the centre of the lively coastal town of Denmark. You can tie off onto the town jetty in Berridge Park. Café’s, a-la-carte dining, shopping and the rest of the towns’ amenities are right there for your convenience.
The Nullaki Estate is bordered to the east by the West Cape Howe National Park and to the west by the William Bay National Park. North and south are bound by water. The opportunity to privately own coastal freehold land such as this in such a pristine, natural environment is very rare.
You can own part of this unique peninsula:
A series of elevated lots averaging around 40 hectares (approx. 90 acres) are available for purchase right along the ocean side. They have sealed roads and driveways, power and partially prepared houses sites. They all have spectacular 360degree views over the ocean, the inlet and the surrounding countryside.
There are also two farming lots for sale on the inlet side. One with a house sheds and established infrastructure. The other lot has no house and is just a farm with just fences, water systems and lakes. You can choose where and when you build at your leisure.
For more information on all of these please refer to our “FOR SALE” page.
How to get there:
Starting from Perth, Western Australia, you can either fly or drive down to the Nullaki.
Flying: REX Airlines fly the Perth – Albany route. It’s a very pleasant 55minute flight and runs most morning and evenings throughout the week, from Terminal 2 at the Perth Airport. Here is their booking page: https://www.rex.com.au. From Albany airport you can pick up a hire car from Budget (www.budget.com.au) or Avis (www.avis.com.au), and it is only about a 35 min drive to the west via the South Coast Highway, turning south onto Lower Denmark Rd, and then immediately turn west again down Eden Road. This is the main drive into the Nullaki Peninsula.
Driving: By road it is and easy 420km trip, straight down the Albany Highway to Albany. It is an enjoyable drive broken up with the fairly even spaced country towns of Williams, Kojonup and Mt Barker. Any of these towns is idea for a coffee break or a meal along the way. You will get to enjoy some of the fine rural scenery of our South West region, known for its cropping, and sheep production. You will have a great view of the Stirling Ranges and Porongurup Ranges between Kojonup and Mt Barker along the way. From Albany you turn west and follow the South Coast Highway to the turnoff south into Lower Denmark Rd, and then immediately west down Eden Road.