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Written by Evan   
Thursday, 02 June 2011 03:05


NSW: Bridgewater - Ian Brothers and Sonia Groen

  • This sanctuary is For Sale! To express your interest please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or contact Sheryl Hinde on (02) 6343 1610


Ian Brothers and Sonia Groen are the owners of 'Bridgewater', a rural property located approximately 45km Southwest of Cowra.  The property has been a dedicated wildlife sanctuary for over 18 years and is reserved almost entirely for nature conservation, aside from a small residence area where Ian and Sonia grow vegetables, fruits and nuts for their own consumption.  It is Ian and Sonia's intent to protect Bridgewater in perpetuity with a Conservation Agreement.


The sanctuary covers 119.6 hectares in the granite Warraderry Range, of which approximately 50% is grassland (gradually being naturally reforested) with the remainder open forest.  The land is sloping to sleep with sandy soil and a typical annual rainfall of 600mm.  Various eucalypts, native pines, casuarinas and acacias, alongside a rich range of understory and grassland species, are the dominant vegetation types.


Known wildlife inhabitants on the sanctuary are numerous, with notable mentions including echidnas as well as a wide range of wallabies, kangaroos, possums, reptiles, birds, amphibians and invertebrates.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 November 2017 00:53

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