Information about Chester Hill
Chester Hill nestles in the foothills of the Strzelecki Ranges in South Gippsland and is protected from harsh weather, though close enough to the sea to ensure that the air is fresh and clear.
The property, originally settled in 1875, has an interesting history and was purchased by the present owners in November 2004.
Nature lovers will delight in the bird and native animal life and nearby Tarra-Bulga National Park. The area is a haven for bush walkers, with the walks providing some stunning views back to the coastline.
The cottages have been placed to take advantage of the views and provide shady verandas, for which to laze the days away, enjoying the scenic rural setting.
When you are ready, there are many attractions for visitors to experience in the Yarram area. Graeme & Dianne are experienced bushwalkers and a mine of local information.
Graeme & Dianne Peacock, Phone 03 5189 1313