Photo showing the full length of the property at the slopes of Mt. Burrell

In the top-left corner you will see Sphinx Rock, one of the three powerful land-marks in the Ley-line system crossing TriAngles and the Tweed Valley, forming the Wollumbin 'Magic TriAngle'


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  • Position
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  • Tweed Valley
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  • Magic Triangle

Position – at one with Nature ... yet Centrally Located

The pefect lifestyle retreat, secluded but not remote: Nestled on the pristine southern slopes of the Tweed Valley, northern NSW, TriAngles is ideally situated between three major centres of Gold Coast, the Byron Coast and Richmond Valley – with a choice of various shopping towns: Murwillumbah, Lismore, Kyogle, Uki, Nimbin – all within 15-40 minutes drive.
Ultimate privacy around the homestead is secured because of the size of the land as well as the 850 meter long private access road.

Altitude: Because of its elevation at 270 m. the homestead is nearly always above the early morning mist — unlike many properties lower in the valley, who are immersed in fog at times.
Waking up in your own peaceful paradise above the white blanket of a mist-covered valley, greeted by a symphony of birds, with an absence of traffic noise . . . is truly one of the many pleasures of living on TriAngles. This is such an ideal altitude . . . there's no feeling of dis-connection from the valley ;
it doesn't bring about the 'high-rise' feeling you can experience higher up a mountain —
valley and views feel like a part of the garden, without being obscured behind a treeline.

Rainfall: Mount Burrell to the south shelters the property from severe Southerly storm weather. Proximity to the ranges secures enough rainfall; no rain-shadow like in some areas of the valley – yet seldom too much, like in some area's closer to the slopes of Mount Warning.

Summers and winters: During hot summer days the elevation ensures cool summer breezes, comparable to a beach climate, generally about 5-degrees Celsius below the temperature in nearby towns. The elevation also ensures a maximum of sun-hours during winter days, when the warmth of the sun can still be enjoyed in the early morning and late afternoon hours — contrary to houses lower in the valley that are often in the shadows of tree-lined hills or the high rim of the Ranges. Due to the higher altitude and lay of the land, TriAngles also enjoys frost-free winter-nights — whilst properties lower on the slopes can have large pockets of frost.

Zoning: Rural / Rural–Residential


This natural-beauty lifestyle property is within reach of a choice of facilities:

  • 4 minutes to Mount Burrell store and school-bus (also Steiner), with all necessities and well-stocked fresh (also organic) produce at hand, as well as a cafe/restaurant.
    Nearby is a good swimming hole in the Tweed River.
  • 15 minutes to Uki with several shops, buses, school, community centre and markets.
  • 15 min. to Doon-Doon with Clarrie Hall Dam offering swimming, boating and fishing.
  • 20 minutes to quaint Nimbin, offering the closest of several hospital facilities and a wide range of shops, restaurants and health food.
  • 30 minutes to booming Murwillumbah, with the Regional Art Gallery, bowling, boating, al-fresco dining and an ever-growing array of shops, as well as hospital facilities.
  • 40 minutes to regional shopping centres of Lismore or Kyogle, a choice of hospitals,
    and several famous arts and crafts and fresh produce markets in surrounding villages (e.g. the Channon).
  • 45-50 minutes to Tweed Heads and Gold Coast, Coolangatta Airport, Kingscliff, or Byron Bay and Mullumbimby.
  • 3 hours to Brisbane, 150 km to the north.

Detailed Map of the Tweed Valley & Region

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Find TriAngles at Google maps here !

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Sketched maps of 103-acre TriAngles property
at Mount Burrell NSW Australia.

Sketched map of the property – with access road, various tracks, paddocks and Homestead area:

Sketched map of the Homestead with gardens and additional fields – suitable for building sites, tennis court or swimming pool, or helicopter-pad:

The magic Triangle of the Tweed Valley
inspired the name 'TriAngles'

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