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Welcome to Kookaburra Park Eco-Village. Living in harmony with nature. What is an Eco-Village. An Eco-Village is a form of Sustainable Development. The concept allows for individual freehold ownership of your lot while owning the surrounding land in common with the rest of the lot owners.

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    1. Welcome toKookaburra Park Eco-Village Living in harmony with nature

    2. What is an Eco-Village • An Eco-Village is a form of Sustainable Development. • The concept allows for individual freehold ownership of your lot while owning the surrounding land in common with the rest of the lot owners. • Thus owners retain their individualism by owning their freehold lot as well as belonging to a community of like minded people.

    3. What does Kookaburra Parklook like? • Kookaburra Park is made up of 124 freehold lots set on 485 acres of interesting subtropical bushland. • That leaves approximately 360 acres of common land for the enjoyment of all lot holders. • The common land includes lakes, roads, open grassland and forested bushland.

    4. How is the common land managed? • To formalise the ownership of the common land Kookaburra Park utilises the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 Qld. • This Act determines how the common land is managed. • Every lot owner pays a levy each year to maintain and improve the common land. • At present the levy is $230.00 per lot per year. • This levy is used to slash the common land along the road sides, maintain the water system, for rubbish collection, recycling and to see to minor repairs. • Money is also put aside each year to pay for major spending in the future on things like resurfacing of the roads and improvement projects such as new playgrounds. • The local Council also charges its minimum rate of $320.00 p/a.

    5. Are there any restrictions? • You can build anything you like at Kookaburra Park, as long as it meets Council requirements. • It is recommended that you look at utilising some of the eco-friendly techniques available on the market today. • One of the major differences at Kookaburra Park is that there is a by-law that restricts the keeping of dogs and cats. • It has been found that because of this by-law the wildlife at Kookaburra Park has increased. • Other reasons for having this by-law are that; • It has been shown that keeping of dogs in urban and semi-urban areas can create uneasiness between neighbours and • It eases the concerns of the neighbours on either side of the Park that dogs will not gather in packs and harass their cattle. • Apart from dogs and cats residents are allowed to keep other animals. These may be chooks, guinea pigs, birds, goats & pigs etc.

    6. Services at Kookaburra Park • Underground Power • Utility Water • Phone • Electricity • Sealed Driveways • Parkland with Lakes • Rubbish Removal / Recycling

    7. Who lives at Kookaburra Park? • Young Families • Retired Couples • Single Families • Lots of Birds andKangaroos

    8. Where is Kookaburra Park? • Kookaburra Park is 2.5 km from the small township of Gin Gin on the Bruce Highway. • The Park is 48 km from the major regional centre of Bundaberg. • From Brisbane, Kookaburra Park is a short 3.5 hour drive north or 360 km. • A buss services runs from Gin Gin and Bundaberg both north and south. • Bundaberg also has a high speed rail link to Brisbane and Rockhampton with the Tilt Train it also has a well serviced airport.

    9. How do I find out more? • Call us on: 07 41 531 303 • Email us on: sales@nbre.com.au