The property adjoins the Chichester State Forest and has extensive native forest cover forming a sanctuary for wildlife or an asset for future selective logging. It would appear, from the age of old stumps and log dumps, that there has been up to three cycles of selective logging operations on the property, starting in the 1930’s.
Commercial timber species on the property include Tallowwood, White mahogany, Grey gum, Turpentine, Brush box and Sydney blue gum. Other timber species include Red Cedar, Rosewood, River Oak and Mountain Oak which is protected as a food source for the Glossy Black Cockatoo.
Over 4 Km’s of roads/tracks have been formed through the property to provide easy access to the native bush and rain forest gullies.